This time an Ottolenghi double bill from his Simple cookbook…
With half of our induction hobs and our oven out of order for about a month (grrr), I had to become quite creative in one-pot cooking.
With the spring in full swing, it’s time to enjoy some light and easy dinners. Continue reading “Baby Potato, Carrot and Chicken Ovenbake (+Frittata)”
As part of my birthday party, I also served this delicious salad based on Sabrina Ghayour’s Warm Salad Of Spiced Kale, Bulgar Wheat And Puy Lentils recipe.
To our pleasant surprise, our son announced a couple of weeks ago that he wanted to cook dinner for all of us.
We tried Marley Spoon again for a couple of weeks but in the end, postponed it again as the recipes we chose were generally not a success. However, this one was pretty darn good!
When we returned from holidays, and we were still battling jetlag, we wanted some simple one-pot meals. This pasta dish recipe from Yasmin Fahr over at seriouseats.com only needed minimal shopping, cooking and washing up. A perfect fit. Continue reading “Fusilli with Pancetta, Shiitake Mushrooms and Wilted Greens”
This Rochefort 10 ice cream is based on a recipe I found on the Belgian food blog Hot Cuisine de Pierre. It’s a very nice beer, and the idea of making ice cream with it is sheer genius…
This coriander and basil encrusted tuna steak is based on a recipe from Jamie Oliver’s 2002 cookbook “The Naked Chef” Continue reading “Grilled Encrusted Tuna Steak with Sautéed Spinach and Samphire”
A speedy week-day dinner and a lovely new way to eat gnocchi as we usually have them pan-fried with a sage/butter sauce or with some tomato sauce from the oven. Continue reading “Gnocchi with Courgette, Mascarpone and Spring Onions”