This twist on the well-known and much loved classic Carbonara is not only delicious, it’s also a great alternative for those of us who don’t eat pork. But even if you don’t have any such food restrictions, I do urge you to try this recipe. It’s the perfect mix of a classic comfort food and some spicyness – and therefore everything a good fusion cuisine dish should be!Continue reading “Sucuknara”
This hearty risotto with spinach and Gorgonzola is a winter favourite of mine – but in this rainy weather it can also easily become a summer favourite…especially paired with a nice glass of white wine. When in doubt, all seasons are cheese seasons!Continue reading “Risotto Verde”
A perfect dish for a hot summer day, and a lot more exciting than your usual Cesar salad. This recipe will feed two people as a main dish, and four people as a starter.Continue reading “Mango Avocado Salad”
This has been my favourite cake ever since my mom discovered the recipe when I was about 14 (and I have had my fair share of delicious cakes). It’s very chocolatey, yet the blueberries balance it out perfectly. Because of its deliciously gooey consistency it’s more of a tarte than a cake, but it is fairly easy to make. I can only recommend trying it at least once! You will not be disappointed.
If you are allergic to gluten, this recipe is very easily adjustable to that since it uses next to no flour, so the consistency and taste will not be affected.Continue reading “Chocolate Blueberry Tarte”
Pesto Rosso has always been one of my favourites, and this recipe is very easy, very quick and extremely delicious. If you put it in a sterilized glass it will last you two weeks in the fridge, making it perfect for prepping ahead – be it for other people in your household or for yourself to enjoy a homemade yet super quick meal after a stressful day. It’s also a perfect little gift or can be used as an exquisite dip to enjoy with a nice piece of ciabatta as an amuse-gueule.Continue reading “Pesto Rosso”
This is an easy, super quick yet delicious dessert. It takes about ten minutes to make (even though you should let it sit in the fridge for at least an hour after that), and because it’s so lemony, it’s very refreshing and perfect for summer!Continue reading “Easy Lemon Dessert”
I got this amazing recipe ages ago from my Mom. It’s an all-time classic, and very versatile. You can bring a whole bowl of it to a party, be it a children’s birthday party or something more sophisticated. You do need some amount of foresight though, because the mousse must be prepared the day before. This particular recipe doesn’t use cream or additional sugar as many others do, but egg yolk, which makes it a little less loaded with calories and also more chocolatey.Continue reading “Mousse au Chocolat”