Stormy weather

Wind and rain = perfect weather for a chicken stew. We spend a lazy Sunday in a house full of boxes with two anxious cats, a senior sleepy dog in our cozy kitchen. The extra hour of sleep is a nice gift ;-). Prepare the stew in the morning and finish before dinner. Chop and … More Stormy weather

Shakshuka has become a popular dish, thanks to Ottolenghi

There are so many variations of which the one of today presumably most closely resembles a recipe of Piemonte in Italy : uova alla piemontese. Originally shakshuka is cooked on a low heat, but I prepare it in the oven when I’m planning to do something else while cooking. For 2p chop 2 bell peppers, … More Shakshuka has become a popular dish, thanks to Ottolenghi

Yellow day

Evenings and nights are cooler. Warm yellow is the appropriate color to fill our dish. Chop 2 yellow bell peppers, 4 garlic cloves, 4 cm of ginger and 1 spicy pepper. Put in an oven dish and add a drizzle of olive oil. Put in the oven at 200°. Stir now and again. Make a … More Yellow day

Mishmash

Lovely sausages are waiting in the fridge for a respectful recipe but my personal condition is a ‘all-in one’ dish for 2p. Cut the sausages in smaller parts. Bake in a tiny little bit of olive oil (the sausages contain enough fat). Chop and add 4 garlic cloves, 3 spring onions, 1 bell pepper, 1 … More Mishmash

Vegetarian balls

Boil 400 grams of frozen large white beans in salted water with a few sage leaves for approx 15 mins. Drain the beans and cool down. Mix in the blender with 1 table spoon of savory, 1 egg, 2 table spoons of bread crumb, pepper and salt. Put the mixture in the fridge to become … More Vegetarian balls