The Asian twist

Tom Yum Goong paste, which is meant to be used to prepare the easy version of the famous and delicious soup, can also be used as base for any other thai-like dish. I keep it in the freezer. Bake 500 grams of oyster mushrooms in a drizzle of peanut oil. Set aside. Chop and fry … More The Asian twist

Roasted cauliflower could become the star ingredient of the decade

‘The Green Kitchen at Home’ is a perfect inspirer for vegetarian cooking. The middle eastern salad with cauliflower and lentils is fabulous. For 2p,  roast 1 medium sized cauliflower – cut  in little roses (no waste, so please, cut the stem in small cubes) and mixed with 3 table spoons of olive oil, 1 teaspoon … More Roasted cauliflower could become the star ingredient of the decade

More squash!

Squash pre-baked in the oven with some olive oil always taste better. Pre-prepare the squash preferably the day before (to save energy while cooking another dish in the oven). Chop and fry 2 onions, 6 garlic cloves and 4 cm of fresh ginger in some olive oil. Add the pumpkin, 4 chopped tomatoes, 1 table … More More squash!

Cake experiment

They always say that in pastry you have to be precise, but Why? I still don’t know. Anyway, the following recipe will tell you exactly what I used to prepare a certain cake which is, per definition, a way not to follow a particular recipe. Take a large bowl with 250 grams of whole grain. … More Cake experiment