Mango caprese

Although buying mango is bad for my ecologic footprint, I knew this dish would be fabulous and thus, I decided to prepare it anyway. For 2p, slice 1 mango. Put 1 garlic clove, a handful of basil leaves, the zeste of 1 lemon, 1/2 teaspoon of fennel seeds, some chili flakes and a pinch of … More Mango caprese

Step by step

I love all in one dishes even if the ingredients have a different cooking time. The reasons are plenty: less cleaning and dish washing after dinner, little possibility of burned food (if you avoid the grill function), more attractive way to serve your food, less after- smell, and probably a few more advantages. Today’s vegetables … More Step by step

Hide the ingredients

In his awesome book VEG, Jamie Oliver creates some wonderful recipes. The variety is amazing and inspires to even more variety. Readers who know his book will recognize the recipe easily. Mine is a bit different, no roses harissa but normal one, no pickled lemons but lemon zeste, no dried cherries but raisins, no potatoes … More Hide the ingredients

Cauliflower risotto

Eline loves risotto. I prefer something different every day. Cauliflower has never been a protagonist in one of the risottos before. Cut a medium sized cauliflower in smaller pieces. Put on baking paper. Add 1 table spoon of curry powder, 1 table spoon of fennel seeds. Spread some oil. Bake in the oven at 200° … More Cauliflower risotto

Little tuna balls

Canned tuna can be really yucky ( even worse than cat food) or incredible yummy. It helps to see that it still is tuna. The Italians eat a lot of good quality canned tuna and buy often those huge vases filled with chunks of tasty tuna commonly with olive oil. This olive oil adds to … More Little tuna balls