Thai noodle salad

A lot of recipes come back but always in little different versions and thus it creates variety in the daily cooking. So often, at first sight, a cookbook isn’t really so special but while reading it creates possibility. Jamie Oliver’s books are a perfect example ( or is it just a perfect excuse to buy … More Thai noodle salad

Purple cauliflower

Chop 1 purple( is not necessary but I couldn’t resist) cauliflower in little roses. Spread on baking paper. Mix with 4 chopped garlic cloves, 1 table spoon of mild curry powder, 1 teaspoon of mustard seeds and some salt. Spread some olive oil. Bake in the oven at 180° for approximately 30 mins. Stir halfway. … More Purple cauliflower

Capres

Capres are in fact unopened flower buds of the Capparis spinosa. To conserve them they can be put on salt or in vinegar. Rinse 500 grams of cherry tomatoes. Halve them. Put in an oven dish. Add 4 chopped garlic cloves, a handful of chopped fresh basil, 1 chili, 3 table spoons of chopped drained … More Capres

1st of May, feels more like the start of autumn 😨

Yesterday we spent a lovely day outside in our wild garden. The weather forecast isn’t really promising for the following period. Anyway, the ideal circumstances for an appropriate dish ( it wasn’t really my first choice but now it feels right) : mushroom risotto. Chop and fry 4 garlic cloves, 1 white onion and 1 … More 1st of May, feels more like the start of autumn 😨

Sriracha sauce, Thailand’s number 1 sauce! Recipe 1, thanks to my youngest and dear brother in law, Dennis.

For 2p, chop 1 medium sized cauliflower in roses, and don’t forget to chop the stem. Mix the cauliflower with 4 chopped garlic cloves, 1 chopped red onion, 2 table spoons of sriracha, the juice of 1 lemon, 3 table spoons of bread crumb, 3 table spoons of grated parmigiano and 2 table spoons of … More Sriracha sauce, Thailand’s number 1 sauce! Recipe 1, thanks to my youngest and dear brother in law, Dennis.