Yellow is my favourite colour. And so today I’m giving you the recipe for yellow bread! Since February this year, I’ve been working with Oma Maa food co-op here in Helsinki. I work in their farm kitchen in Tuusula, Finland, about 25-30 minutes distance from Helsinki, and once a month, I make a product for their weekly food bags, using their products. I also go there to help them with their bags on other weeks. This flatbread was a product I made for their food bag last week. Well, it’s not entirely the same bread; there are a couple of ingredients missing or added in this one. But it’s more or less the same type of bread. I also made this for my weekly food bags yesterday. I think the bread is relatively easy to make, but I will still mark this as medium difficulty since some of you may need a bit more practice with, for instance, rolling the dough. I got the inspiration for this recipe from a youtube video, but I changed …
I’m writing this blog post in my apartment which has been also serving as a sauna these days. I made these pastries yesterday evening when it was a 24C summer evening and I could almost bake them without an oven.
Well, it’s happening. Today. Right now. I’m 40. Today is my birthday. A new decade starts for me. I was extremely stressed and anxious when I was turning 30. This time, I kind of don’t care.
These buttery cookies have my favourite nut and my favourite dried fruit!
I made this pie twice last week and in both times I almost ate the whole thing just by myself. It’s THAT good. Well, I also happen to love broccoli so, there’s that.
We mostly eat hummus as a spread on bread. I quite like hummus, though I don’t really ever crave for it. But how about using hummus as an ingredient of a different kind of dish instead?
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.
I like stuffed veggies. This one, stuffed tomato (well yes, technically tomato is a fruit but it is a culinary vegetable, so..), was something I never tasted or at least didn’t remember tasting. Though, I remember my mother used to cook these alongside stuffed peppers. I guess I always preferred the peppers.
Jeee, I’m so so so happy with this recipe! Because it is delicious and it is interesting! (Well, for me at least…)