What do you put on your toast?
Cheese – everyone does it.
Avocado – we’ve seen it all over the Instagram, Marmite – classy but still predictable.
How about Avocado Strawberry and Balsamic Vinegar Toast?
Sounds like an odd combination but it works so well that I can’t have enough of it. Fresh, fruity and ...
I will be totally honest with you right now, I never liked raw carrots or cabbage in my salads. To me these vegetables are too tough when uncooked.
However, I changed my opinion recently when I tried these Asian Style Rainbow Chard Wraps. In this recipe it just works. And the best ...
Artichokes are one of those scary “I-don’t-know-where-to-start” vegetables. I must confess, I never cooked an artichoke from scratch. Maybe one day when I will be brave enough with tones of free time, I will. But for now the tined artichokes will do.
One of my favourite and, in fact,
quickest dishes with artichokes ...
At the end of each month I will share with you my top 7 highlights.
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HERE IS MY TOP 7 HIGHLIGHTS - APRIL - 04/2017.
This is simply a must visit restaurant in London. With ...
I love Almond milk but sometimes you are looking for something a bit creamier.
Here comes Simple Homemade Creamy Cashew Milk.
The texture of this plant based milk is thicker and creamier then almond or soy milk. It is perfect with coffee or in your morning granola
Store it in a fridge in a ...
Dutch baby is one big pancake baked in the oven, served in a pan and actually not Dutch at all. In fact, it is German and a very popular dish in America.
I love it’s unusual for a pancake texture – almost custardy soft centre and puffy crispy edges.
There are many ...
Since I was a child we always dyed our Easter eggs with natural household ingredients. It was my favourite part of the celebration, chance to get a bit messy and creative. We mainly used onion skins for a bright copper colour and little flowers and leaves for different patterns.
But for ...
Recently I decided to cut the amount of cow’s milk I consume.
There are a lot of alternatives – cashew mill, soy milk, rice milk. I decided to stick to classic almond milk.
The first decision I made was that I will make my own homemade almond milk – unsweetened pure and ...
Super-foods are becoming more and more super-popular now.
Thus I decided to try some of them which include
Spirulina, Matcha and Baobab powders.
Spirulina and Chia Seed Pudding Yogurt recipe is dedicated to most unusual of them – Spirulina. Technically dried biomass of cyanobacteria or simply algae. It has got a very specific taste ...
Sometimes I feel like soups are underestimated. Usually the first thing to come to mind is Tomato Soup and Leak and Potatoes. Oh and they all are pureed.
Thus here is Squash Parsnip and Fennel Soup.
You will get all that important fibre from the vegetables still enjoying its creamy texture and ...