This buttery raspberry cake with silky ricotta is the perfect cake for your next tea time!
Yes, yes I do. I love bulgur! A few weeks ago I posted my first bulgur pilaf recipe and since then I’ve been eating bulgur often believe me. This recipe is a variation of that first pilaf recipe. This time I used one of my favourite vegetables, the magnificent eggplant.
Yes, the title says all. The secret to this salad is to chop everything small. And you must, I mean you MUST, use pomegranate syrup and sumac. You must find them and you must use them.
Last week I fought hard not to get sick. Seriously, I had a bit of a sore throat and a bit of headache here and there, but it wasn’t a full blown flu. So in order to keep myself warm and keep the flu further away, I made this healthy and delicious soup.
A few years ago, I published a cookie recipe with tahini, almond and honey. I made those cookies many times for gluten free friends and customers, and I also made vegan versions, maybe even more, by substituting honey with syrup. This recipe I’m writing today is a variation of those cookies with the added loveliness of cacao.
Oh, I completely forgot about this recipe. All the photos and my notes were sitting idly inside my computer. But I should have remembered – this is actually an extremely delicious recipe!
It’s September 1st today and I had a long walk in my favourite part of Helsinki nature with a summer top and shorts today. It was a beautiful summer-ish day. I even had a tiny sun tan on my nose. But before going out, I made a cake that fit this beautiful warm day perfectly: a lemon and poppy seed cake.
Yes, this recipe is a combination of what I love most (or a lot..): tomato, cheese, phyllo dough and to top it all, fresh basil!
I remember, about 6 years ago, I was working and doing my master’s studies at the same time and one evening I was particularly tired – body and brain. So I set out to make a quick potato omelette for dinner and then go to bed early, but I ended up making an omelette without eggs – because I had simply forgotten to put the eggs!!! Well, this recipe is an omelette without eggs made deliberately so, and it still has the taste of eggs. Let’s get into it.
It’s been raining almost all day long in Helsinki today. When I say rain, think of a huge bulk of water pouring down from the sky. Seriously, there were no drops, there was one MASSIVE drop I believe. So of course, this horrible weather immediately prompted me to make soup. Because soup saves life.