A week ago I posted a recipe for a walnut pie with sweetened condensed coconut milk here. As it is not always easy to find in the shop, I decided to also post the recipe for the homemade version as well.
Ok. I know. Fresh coriander is a typical “love or hate” ingredient. But whole coriander seeds are a complete different story! Today, they add a fresh taste of lemon to my pasta sauce with fennel and leek. A real simple sauce to make for any dinner when short in time!
There are many dinners planned around potatoes, rice or pasta. Today I add a lovely Italian classical to it: Polenta. I make fried polenta with red onion marmalade, shiitake tapenade and smoked tofu. A great alternative for dinner together with some green leaves or even as a fancy snack to go with the sunday drink.
Beetroot patties with herb oil and mashed potatoes creates a great dinner for tonight! In addition, it’s easy to prepare and to keep in the freezer for any day when the time is short or the inspiration for dinner is far away.
This recipe is just so cool! Did you know that you can make you own homemade soy sauce just out of mushrooms? Well today I show you how!
A few days ago I heard an interesting feature on the radio our about our everyday food. It can be such a tricky thing! But maybe my vegan roasted walnut sauce with pasta could work?
My husband bought some crazy salad cutlery to me a month ago. True disco cutlery in orange and glitter! Of course I had to think of something disco-like to go with it … It became a wonderful disco salad with buckwheat, tarragon and apples. Or just simply put a salad with some of the best ingredients from early autumn!
Pink ricepaper rolls with tamarind dip and cashew furikake. A long title and a long post but don’t be discouraged! Rice rolls are one of the easiest things to make.
Can I offer some homemade purple corn crisps with cheese dip? Or would you prefer the cheese sauce hot to go with your pasta instead? And the crisps to accompany your guacamole? It’s tasty either way. And colorful. And just nice in general.
Pumpkin seeds are one of my favorites! Crispy, with lots of flavor and so versatile in the kitchen. If you happen to follow me on Instagram, you’ll see how often I tend to use it… In other words, it was just a matter of time before this pumpkin and sesame butter would appear on my kitchen table!