Everyone loves dips & spreads! Don’t you? I love adding new spreads to my portfolio. Well, I also grow tired of serving hummus to my customers in my eating events or catering gigs, that’s why I want new recipes. These two recipes will be excellent in the future events and gatherings!
So, this pancake is baked. However, it is extremely easy so no baking related excuse can be accepted, anyone can do it.
I love garlic. Put it in any savoury dish and I will eat happily. Life would be so dull without garlic… But… Even garlic has its even better moments and roasting is one of those!
Finnish cuisine is full of different kinds of delicious “pulla”s. These are basically buttery buns with cardamom, which is the most Nordic ingredient ever. Some also have cinnamon, some have more butter than the others, some have extra sugar on top, some have cream in between… Their common characteristic is that they are all extremely delicious and they all look very elegant.
Ooops, I just realised that it’s been a while since I published a “Gluten Free Thursday” recipe. Anyway, this recipe, this one here is good. And I mean gooood. It’s a delicious, sweet-but-too-sweet and moist banana bread.
There is one word I want to use to describe these sticks: NOM! Ok, I’m not sure if it’s a real word, but it surely describes how delicious these breadsticks are.
I am loving the easy breakfast with overnight oats. To be honest, I always prefer a simple cheese and tomato breakfast to anything else – since my childhood – but overnight oats is a delicious and quite filling alternative to that. And this time, I toasted the oats for a change. Verdict: that’s what I will always do from now on!
When I was a kid, I used to think that some dishes could only be made by certain family members. For example, there was a black tea cake that I believed only my mother could bake. Turkish dumplings, I thought only my mother and aunt could make so delicious. And then there was this pastry which I believed could only be baked by my aunt, my father’s sister, as if there was something magical or that the trick was in her oven or something. Turns out, I was wrong. You just need to learn.
About a month ago I bought a 5 kg bucket of tahini. The amount of hummus or any other Mediterranean / Middle Eastern dip I made for my caterings that contains tahini exceeded all sorts of expectations and in the end when I saw that huge bucket, I just took it. And I already used more than half of it! And so here is one more dip / spread with tahini for you today. For this one, tahini meets butternut squash.
I didn’t use to like goat cheese at all. I couldn’t stand the smell and I got genuinely upset when it appeared in my food. But then a few years ago I did Rachel Khoo’s salty cake that had goat cheese in it among other things and my perception of goat cheese changed overnight!