As I mentioned in one of my previous blog posts, sweet potato is one of my favourite veg out there. I could eat it in all shapes and forms (btw; check out at my Sweet Potato Salad or my Sweet Potato Soup recipes if you haven’t already!) Roast Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato and Red Pepper SoupContinue reading “Baked Sweet Potato”
Happy 2022! Starting this month by sharing some of my recent food discoveries. Hope you find the post helpful.
Today I’d like to share with you my food discoveries for the month of October. It’s always exciting coming across a product I haven’t tried before. Hope you find this helpful!
This recipe is a timeless classic – vegetarian lasagne. When I first started to learn how to cook I always wanted to learn how to make a tasty lasagne dish. For me, lasagne is a staple dish and with the right recipe it is a type of a dish that you can make for any occasion.
Happy weekend everyone! Today I would like to share with you my Guacamole recipe. I’ve been eating a lot of egg sandwiches for brunch and Guac goes so well with it.
This recipe suggests the use of cheese, however if you’d like to make your Guac vegan-friendly, leave the cheese out. I can guarantee, it will still taste amazing.
This is one of my favourite dishes of 2020. It’s super quick and easy to make and it tastes amazing!
The most important part of the dish is the Walnut Sauce. Once you have all your ingredients out and ready, it only takes a few minutes to turn everything into a creamy masterpiece.
Are you looking for a quick and simple finger food that will impress your guests? These mushroom and sundried tomatoes are super tasty and only take few minutes to prepare. They can be served straight from the over or chilled up to few days after as a tasty snack.
This recipe is super easy to make and super tasty. It tastes great warm or cold and can be served both for dinner and lunch. It involves the use of feta cheese however, so if your diet consists of plant based foods only, you can simply substitute this for a vegan alternative
Easy to throw together delicious, comforting and creamy roast vegetable soup. Great for lunch or a light supper with a crispy slice of bread on the side.
The base ingredients include butternut squash, sweet potato, red onion and red pepper – a perfect autumn veg medley.
I’d like to share with you a quick and simple recipe for a perfect party snack or a starter. This recipe consists of 6 ingredients, all of which you can easily pick up in your local grocery store. The bites are lovely warm or cold. I like to heat them up to melt the cheese slightly in a grill but regular oven does a good job too!