Gnudi are delicious fluffy, pillowy-light pasta dumplings.
I realized that ever since I got it 2 years ago, I hadn’t used my all-in-one cooker from Sage for slow cooking at all. Continue reading “Tagliatelle with Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff”
For her birthday, Chantal got Ottolenghi’s latest cookbook, Simple. We already have quite a few recipes that we want to try out. Continue reading “Mustardy Cauliflower Cheese by Yotam Ottolenghi”
Another easy and light pasta supper!
Continue reading “Courgette and Meatball Tagliatelle”
A fattoush is a Middle Eastern bread salad made from toasted or fried pieces of pita bread or stale flatbreads combined with mixed rustic chopped greens and other vegetables. Again, ideal for summer dinners! Continue reading “Fattoush bread salad”
Apparently stemming from Polish cuisine, this recipe turned out a huge success. After 40 minutes of oven time, you will be able to tuck in the browned and bubbling wintery dish that will surely bring you some warmth on cold nights. Continue reading “Cabbage, Bacon and Potato casserole”
Final recipe from our week trying out Ottolenghi’s Plenty More cookbook!
We took Yotam Ottolenghi’s Plenty More cookbook from the bookshelf and in no time we found several vegetarian recipes to give a try.
A delicious oven bake consisting of a cheesy egg/spinach layer in between two layers of beef mince tomato sauce. Think lasagna, minus the pasta!
For (birthday) parties I always prepare loads of food. Friends and family will wholeheartedly agree that there is a 0% chance of leaving our house hungry. Continue reading “Oven-roasted Pepper and Tomato Soup”
This one was based on an Argentinian inspired burger recipe I found over at seriouseats.com.