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Smoky Deviled Eggs Recipe

Smoky Deviled Eggs Recipe

A couple of posts ago, I mentioned how I was going to post a deviled eggs recipe. I also mentioned that I had never tried them before. The first comment I got was “you have never tried deviled eggs!?” Apparently, it’s quite surprising that I […]

5 minute aioli in a food processor

5 minute aioli in a food processor

Ok, so I know I said that the next post will be a deviled eggs recipe, but it just needs a bit more tweaking before I am satisfied with it. My idea was to make it with this quick, homemade 5 minute aioli sauce. But when I […]

Zoodle Meatballs (no spiralizer required)

Zoodle Meatballs (no spiralizer required)

So, I’ve seen a lot of this zoodle business going on lately and although it’s a really good low-carb idea. I kept thinking that a bunch of raw zucchini would just be bland and boring but honestly, when I tried it, I actually really liked it. […]

Chocolate Lava Cake for your Valentine

Chocolate Lava Cake for your Valentine

I’m not going to lie, it didn’t feel all that romantic when developing this recipe. In fact, it was more frustrating. This was actually going to be peanut butter chocolate lava cake but unfortunately, it didn’t quite work out as planned. I had this lovely […]

Porridge with Stewed Berries

Porridge with Stewed Berries

Porridge is great for breakfast. It fills you up and there are so many different ways to serve it. Plus, it’s healthy and it is a great source of fibre. Every time I have porridge for breakfast, I always put honey on it. I want […]

Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Bolognese

Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Bolognese

Hey everyone! How are we all? Today, I am bringing you shredded beef bolognese. A wicked, super tasty and exciting dish. Now, I am sure most people would love and appreciate a well-cooked spaghetti bolognese. But at the same time, everyone is so familiar with […]

Couscous filled Chicken Kiev

Couscous filled Chicken Kiev

So many people talk trash about chicken breasts, like how they are boring and dry. So I decided to prepare this chicken Kiev recipe to make things a bit more interesting. I love couscous, not just because I enjoy eating it, but also because it is […]

Rosewater Cake with Citrus Butter Cream

Rosewater Cake with Citrus Butter Cream

So with this rosewater cake, I didn’t want to make some super crazy, multilayered work of art. I wanted to make a cake that follows basic principles but at the same time, is still very well baked. So if you are looking for a cake […]

Extra Crispy Salmon Nicoise

Extra Crispy Salmon Nicoise

Here we go, my spin on a classic French dish. Crispy Salmon Nicoise, and if you are like me and love salmon, you will love this recipe. Crispy salmon is probably one of my favourites things to eat. Plus, I decided to take the crispiness […]

Mátrai borzaska (by holy whisk)

Mátrai borzaska (by holy whisk)

I have been excited about this Mátrai borzaska recipe for quite a while. And I got even more excited when I made it and tasted it. Wowza! It’s so good! Now let me just first mention that this is not my recipe. This is a recipe created […]

Vegan Burritos

Vegan Burritos

Finally! A vegan recipe, and a dang tasty one too. What a great way to start 2018. Starting it off with something fresh and new, vegan burritos. I’ve wanted to do a vegan recipe for a while because I knew I had to do one […]

Mushroom and Pepper Gravy

Mushroom and Pepper Gravy

Ok so before we get into this Mushroom and pepper gravy recipe. I need to confess something right now. Some of you may hate for this but here it goes. I….can’t….stand….mushrooms, just can’t stand them. The smell, the aroma, the taste, the texture. The annoying […]

Brined Roasted Turkey Roll

Brined Roasted Turkey Roll

I was praying that this brined roasted turkey roll would work out well. So why a turkey roll and not a whole turkey? Well, now that I have had the experience of making a whole turkey and a turkey roll for Christmas. It’s clear to me […]

Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Garlic and Chilli Oil

Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Garlic and Chilli Oil

Any kind of roasted or baked potatoes are amazing, but Hasselback potatoes are especially good. Golden, crunchy, buttery, cheesy, it’s the kind of dish where you can’t go wrong. And making a healthy alternative can be tough when everyone knows and loves the original so much. […]

Pork Belly Ramen Noodles

Pork Belly Ramen Noodles

Wow, ramen is one of my favourite things to eat. So I am surprised it took me this long to post a recipe about it. Huge noodle fan over here and I am super excited about this pork belly ramen noodle dish. It’s cheap, quick and […]

Pesto Potato Gnocchi

Pesto Potato Gnocchi

Ok so before we get into this pesto potato gnocchi recipe, I just want to start this off by thanking serious eats. A huge food site that gives so much great advice and I read their article about how to make light and tender potato […]

Rum Flavoured Salted Caramel Sauce

Rum Flavoured Salted Caramel Sauce

Beleive it or not, this post is not supposed to be about rum flavoured salted caramel sauce, it is actually supposed to be about a Morrocan flavoured lasagna. But it completely failed. Turns out that yoghurt dries out when you stick it in a hot […]

Grilled Tuna with Mixed Greens

Grilled Tuna with Mixed Greens

This grilled tuna dish is about 2 things. One, to make a healthy dish, and two, to take a list of simple ingredients, and cook them well. This to me is very important.

Asian Meatball Sub

Asian Meatball Sub

I have been wanting to try this Asian meatball sub for quite some time now. However, most of the recipes I make come from some other kind of inspiration or knowledge that I have already learnt. But to be honest, when it comes to ideas […]

Maple Bacon Pancakes

Maple Bacon Pancakes

I said I was going to post an Asian meatball sub recipe last week. But I decided to post a slightly more simple recipe just because I had a lot going on during the weekend. But fellas, if you have a lady friend and you want […]

Vegetarian Roasted Cauliflower and Leek Soup

Vegetarian Roasted Cauliflower and Leek Soup

It has been a while since I have made a soup for the blog, so here we are, roasted cauliflower and leek soup. A very comforting dish but with light, subtle ingredients. And that is why I roasted the cauliflower first instead of just boiling […]

Halloween Homemade Pumpkin Pie

Halloween Homemade Pumpkin Pie

Alrighty ladies and gents, I have a challenge for you. A homemade pumpkin pie. That’s right, no canned pumpkin, no cheats, when I say “homemade pumpkin pie”, I mean making it from scratch. And I know that may sound intimidating, but once you have the […]