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It was mango harvest time a few weeks back. What to do with all the mangoes? (Especially in this quarantine life) How about we make a sweet and spicy Mango Chutney for you to top your crackers or chips or just add them to your favourite salads?! Yum!!!
I drew this recipe for my sister because I wanted to share this easy peasy side dish with her. My favourite illustration style for food is a mixture of coloured pencils, watercolour and a tiny bit of digital correction with procreate. I hope you like it! :)
Making Thai curry paste is so much easier than it looks, it’s just taking the ingredients, roasting some of them and then just grinding in Pestle and mortar. Or a processor works too! It’s so full of freshness and flavour, and takes you to tropical paradise with just one bite!
Quarantine Pantry Craving. Tuscan tomato sauce is one of our family's favorite the ingredients are easy to find and can be served with any type of pasta. We love it with spaghetti. I like to make a large batch and freeze it. While the sauce is simmering to thicken, the family gathers in the kitchen, and everybody wants to dip a piece of bread in the sauce to "test" if it is ready. If you are lucky to find Parmigiano Reggiano, of course, add on top!
This is a recipe that I made during being quarantined. I was trying not to go to the grocery store and also trying to impress my children with a playful but delicious rice dish. The juice from the beets makes the rice a super vibrant magenta pink color. I felt like an awesome mom because I made a fun meal that the kids actually ate.
Long before I have known how to prepare dhals, tabboulehs and lentil salads...I knew how to make my grandma's lentils! We always ate it with meatballs (rarely with sausages) and there has always been a box or two of lentils laying somewhere around our home pantry...together with cans of tomatoes, garlics and bay leaves. In times like these with those simple quintessential pantry ingredients you can create my Grandma's magic in less then 45 minutes (especially if you haven't forgotten to soak them the night before). Bon appetite or "prijatno" - as my grandma would put it!