Roasted aubergine dip is very easy to make and a very healthy starter. It’s a Romanian traditional dish, cooked mostly in the summer, when the aubergines are in season. I’ve used 4 aubergines to make this dip. Use a neutral tasting oil, like rapeseed or sunflower oil, instead of olive oil. You can also add
I love cooking and watching TV programs with lots of interesting recipes inspires me. I’ve bought a set of 3 plating tools, square ones, to help me bring more shapes on the plate. Also, layering the food makes it easier to taste all the flavours at once. It took only 15 minutes to cook! Today
I’m a huge fan of avocado dips. I eat them with omelets, nachos, rice, chips, baked potatoes, burgers and sandwiches. As I want to try new things all the time, this time I’ve added some yogurt in the dip and it was delicious. Ingredients for Avocado dip: – 1 ripe avocado – 1 teaspoon of
I’m smitten with homemade houmous. I like the simple, basic recipe, or with other flavours, like sundried tomatoes or roasted peppers. It’s so easy to make it from scratch and using some tricks, it doesn’t take long. Ingredients: – 200g dried Chickpeas – 2 small lemons (or 1 if it’s big) – 2 big spoons
In the next 2 years I’ll cook 119 recipes from all around the world! I’ll have to plan, to find ingredients, to research recipes and choose the most appealing ones, sweet or savoury. It’s so exciting. I can’t wait to start cooking. I love the idea of tasting and cooking a dish from every country
We could not start to decorate the Christmas tree without having a mug of mulled wine and mince pies, it would have been impossible. I’ve tried a new recipe with cardamom, cinnamon, clover and nutmeg. Pour half of bottle of wine in a saucepan. Add the spices and put it on the hob. The mulled
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