This is one of those dishes that I liked a lot when I was a kid, which surprised my mother a lot. I was very picky with eating “fancier” dishes. But veggie dishes like this one, I ate without question. That is of course, as long as she cooked it without meat.
One of my favourite combinations: sweet potato & black beans. And this gratin turned out so delicious that I ate this all day today. Not the whole thing of course. But I am only happy to be able to continue eating the leftovers tomorrow!
Well, you would know what I mean if you watched the movie. I won’t give any spoilers just in case, I’ll just say: corn everywhere!
I just look at my latest recipes and realised that I’ve posted a lot of colourful dishes lately. This recipe is not like that, may even look a bit bland, but it is delicious and nutritious.
Last year, I posted a whole roasted celeriac recipe. This year it is cauliflower. And I am using one of my favourite ingredients lately: turmeric. Let’s roll!
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.
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.
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.