The evening before we leave our house in Italy to go to Belgium for 10 days, the whole fridge will be divided in dinner, our lunch and snacks for the following day. Soak 150 grams of breadcrumb with 100 grams of sour cream, 100 grams of Greek yoghurt, a leftover of a tofu spread, 4 … More The whole fridge in one dish😂
Squacquerone, stracchino, crescenza are all white, fresh cheeses based on cows milk. Their nutritional value and kcal (lower than normal cheese) is similar. The main difference is their origin. Scqaucquerone is from Emilia Romania as the parmigiano, stracchino is from Lombardia as the gorgonzola, and crescenza is from the province Lodi e Crema and is … More Frittata con squacquerone, zucchine, pinoli e olive
Boiled, sunny side up, scrambled, poached,…. what a creative ingredient. Since we cannot be spoiled anymore by Janny’s (our dear cleaning lady for more than 25 years in Belgium) chicken, I try to make the best selection. The frittata today is a large portion, and thus, lunch-included for the following dat. Chop and fry 1 … More I love eggs
For 2p mix 5 eggs, salt, pepper, a handful of chopped parsley, 2 chopped garlic cloves, 2 tablespoons of grated parmigiano, zeste of 1 lemon, 2-3 table spoons of lemon juice, and 1 chopped spicy little pepper. Add 250 grams of scampi, roughly chopped. Take a small pan (a frittata of 2.5 cm thickness is … More Quick and tasty : frittata with scampi and parsley
For some reason, to me, eggs usually have the important task to pimp a dish with a mixture of leftover ingredients. They are the chosen ones to ‘keep it all together’ while serving as proteins. Above all, they are still considered to be cheap (even if you buy ‘real’ eggs of ‘real’ chicken with a … More Something with eggs….frittata
– As a perfect starter mix 150 grams of beetroot, first boiled, 150 grams of potatoes, first boiled, 2 garlic cloves in a blender. Add pepper, salt, 1 teaspoon of dried basil, 1 teaspoon of cumin and mix with 1 raw egg. Cool the mixture in the fridge. Preheat the oven at 200°. Put the … More Burgundy red, wow!