Tag: yum

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 […]

Baileys & Salted Caramel Swirl No Churn Ice-Cream

Baileys & Salted Caramel Swirl No Churn Ice-Cream

Hello everyone, so I haven’t really talked much about this before, but I don’t like to consistently post dessert recipes. I like to upload them every once in a while and make them treats. And today, I have an amazing treat for you. The reason […]

Crumbed, Sausage and Hidden Veggie Pasta

Crumbed, Sausage and Hidden Veggie Pasta

Ok folks, this post is about feeding the kids. Now I am not a parent, I think I am just a bit too young at this stage. But whenever I see parents trying to feed their kids healthy food, and their response to that is “ewwwww I […]

Epic Crouton, Walnut, Halloumi and Crispy Chorizo Salad

Epic Crouton, Walnut, Halloumi and Crispy Chorizo Salad

This chorizo salad has some cool elements and I am super excited to share them with you today. Just about anything with chorizo in it is a winner for me. This salad is crunchy, fresh, herby and it involves possibly the best croutons you’ll ever have. […]

Mothers Day Creamy and Cheesy Scrambled Eggs

Mothers Day Creamy and Cheesy Scrambled Eggs

This post is all about giving Mum a great start on Mothers day. And we are going to do this with good, humble food. I don’t think anyone can dislike waking up to well cooked scrambled eggs in the morning. Or having them as an […]

Spiced Oven Baked Chips with Chili Mayo

Spiced Oven Baked Chips with Chili Mayo

Today, I have brought a simple recipe to your attention. These oven baked chips are great to have as a side with a burger, salad, wrap etc. And since they are baked instead of fried, they are a healthier option.   You definitely don’t wan’t to […]

Teriyaki Prawn Skewers with Pearl Cous Cous Salad

Teriyaki Prawn Skewers with Pearl Cous Cous Salad

We all know about the classic teriyaki chicken. It is on so many menus and is incorporated in lots of recipes. So I decided to be a bit experimental with that delicious teriyaki marinade and expand it’s use in my own way. Both the teriyaki […]

Cajun Chicken with Quinoa

Cajun Chicken with Quinoa

First of all, I hope you all had an amazing Easter. I know I did, because I completely spoiled myself with food! And I am going to take a wild guess and assume you did too. The festive food, the chocolate, whatever it may have […]

Mascarpone Cream Filled Profiterole and Easter Egg Mountain

Mascarpone Cream Filled Profiterole and Easter Egg Mountain

Easter is one of those days that children just love. So this post is all about getting the kids super pumped, getting your hands dirty and wowing everyone with a wicked dessert. In my humble opinion, and you can disagree with me as much as […]

Bagel Burger with Fennel and Smoked trout

Bagel Burger with Fennel and Smoked trout

First of all, a bagel with cream cheese is awesome don’t get me wrong. That with a good cup of coffee in the morning is a winner. But a while ago, I was having a bagel from the coffee shop and I thought “there could […]

Seared Scallops and Fresh Salsa on Crushed Potatoes

Seared Scallops and Fresh Salsa on Crushed Potatoes

Seared scallops, the two reasons why I believe that people don’t cook them in their homes often is because they usually aren’t all that cheap. You can buy them frozen as a cheaper alternative then defrost them, but fresh scallops are obviously much better quality. Also, […]

Sirloin Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

Sirloin Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

I am cooking steak with Chimichurri sauce today because I want to embrace some South American cuisine on my blog (as Chimichurri originated form Argentina) that is very basic. Wow, how has it taken me this long to do a simple steak recipe. Well, it’s […]

Butter and Honey Glazed Baby Carrots

Butter and Honey Glazed Baby Carrots

As of recently I have had an aspiration to use baby vegetables more often, and I just hope they start getting introduced to local supermarkets more often. They hold so much flavor, they are aesthetically pleasing and they cook much quicker than regular veg. Many […]

Cream Cheese and Pan Fried Asparagus on Toast

Cream Cheese and Pan Fried Asparagus on Toast

So today we are doing a wonderful pan fried asparagus dish. We should all try to have a good breakfast as often as possible, but it shouldn’t take a long time to cook either. Which is why asparagus is a fantastic ingredient to use for kick-starting […]

Angel Hair Napolitana with Crispy Prosciutto

Angel Hair Napolitana with Crispy Prosciutto

So, Napolitana pasta, also known as Napoli pasta. It is a very simple and easy Italian pasta, so I thought it would be a good idea add a cool element that would take it up a notch. And I am not exaggerating when I say […]

Gooey grilled cheese sandwich

Gooey grilled cheese sandwich

Many people say that anyone can make a grilled cheese sandwich, and yes I would say that is true to an extent. But I believe that many people have realized that they can be made so much better than many of us set them out […]

Valentines Strawberry Madeleines

Valentines Strawberry Madeleines

I imagine that the majority of the people viewing this pink strawberry Madeleine recipe will be women. But to any men reading this, let me just tell you something I have noticed as a cook. Many women find it super sexy when men can cook […]

Beer Battered Fish Fingers

Beer Battered Fish Fingers

There is some inspiration behind this beer battered fish recipe. So not very long ago I worked as a kitchen hand for a busy restaurant. I actually quite liked the majority of the food there. They had seafood night every Tuesdays, and a lobster special […]