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I am not gonna lie - I love sweets more than I should, but when I found this recipe my relationship with waffles went totally new direction! I love them with pouched eggs or avocado (or both!) on top with a nice cup of oat latte. Perfect breakfast!
This recipe is by wonderful foodie Gabriele from @pusryciams on instagram and I am sure I will illustrate more of her food inventions here. Thanks, Gabriele!
With this “Vintage Kitchen Roller” from my grandmother this Calzone transports me when I was little and I was hypnotized by the smell coming out of the oven!
HOW TO MAKE THIS DELICIOUS AND HYPNOTIZING CALZONE!
Dilute the yeast in 250 ml of warm water. Mix the flour with 1 teaspoon of salt in a bowl. Make a volcano and pour the water with the yeast and 50 ml of oil. Knead until you get an elastic dough. Roll into a ball, cover it with a cloth, and let it rest for 3 hours to double its volume.
Wash the tomatoes, peel them and chop them. Sauté with 4 tablespoons oil for 5 min, until excess water evaporates. Season, stir and remove. Divide the dough into 4 equal balls, place them on a work surface and stretch them, giving them a disk shape.
Divide the tomatoes, the grated mozzarella and the washed arugula on the dough discs. Close them, folding them in half, seal the edges and make some incisions on the surface. Put them on the baking sheet, sprinkle with the grated Parmesan and bake for 20 min at 200 °. Remove and serve.
I do try to avoid meat as often as I can! Scrolling down the hole of the internet a couple of months ago, I was hoping to find a good - and not too complicated veggie burger. Most of the recipes were made with too many ingredients and/or the things I don't like/can't digest. Then it came to my mind, that my friend Nevena of Hleb i Lale blog makes a bunch of amazing veggie things and BAM I found the best ever veggie recipe burger on the planet there. Give it a go, I make it once a week!
The Mexican milpa is an incredible agricultural feat invented by Native communities ... It is a plot that grows mixed crops which combined together both nourish the soil and our bodies. The plants complement each other nutritionally and are more environmentally friendly than industrial agriculture. Although in decline, the milpa is still used throughout Mexico.
The name 3 sisters refers to the 3 main sister crops: maize, beans & squash. Everything about this meal makes me happy ... Mexican traditions, Native knowledge, ecology, sustainable agriculture I could go on forever about the milpa ... I hope y’all enjoy!
Hola a los Mexas que andan por acá ... Aquí hice una receta con las tres hermanas de la milpa. Es un taquito de calabacitas pero tambien le agrego frijoles para darle un reconocimiento a la increíble milpa. Espero que disfruten!
These beans are revolutionary. A crunchy, verdant, salty triad of singing sensory cues. Essentially, the pistachios, lemon, parm get chopped up and mixed together to make a nice pistachio pesto. To that, add a healthy glurg of olive oil and some blanched green beans. Serve with a baguette to sop up the heaven puddle at the bottom of the bowl. And voila!
I made a vegetarian kebab recipe by combining my mother's lentil patties recipe with the Çökertme kebab, which belongs to the Bodrum region. I wanted to add Zeki Müren, who lost his life in Bodrum and known as the sun of art, to the illustration. At the same time, I added Halil, who is mentioned in the folk song called "Çökertme Türküsü", to the left of the illustration, above the classical Bodrum houses.
When I read the topic „my happy meal” for the play along, I had this dish in my head immediately. It is very seasonal as blood oranges are only available here for about two months. So in early February I ordered blood oranges, pink grapefruits and kumquats as well. On a whim I threw them together and it has become a treat I look forward to every delivery (and now the next ten months). Grapefruits, blood oranges and kumquats are complimenting each other’s taste. Add some walnuts and a dollop of greek yoghurt and you have a firework of sweet, tangy, a little bit bitter, crunch and creaminess. Besides the awesome taste I enjoy turning the brightly colored fruits into this dessert so much that after cutting, peeling and filleting I am always smiling, happy and a little high on colors, textures and aromas.