OK, perhaps calling these creations panna cotta is slightly misleading as they contain no cream, no dairy, no sugar and no gelatine (and surely bring no guilt feeling) but they are so light and delicious, and full of tropical flavours. Continue reading “Tropical and unbelievably healthy “panna cotta””
Dedicated all things colourful and pretty, this piece of veggie heaven was born. Deliciously fresh, with a touch of sweetness and a spicy kick, this rainbow treat can add a bit of carefree summertime sensation to those winter nights. Continue reading “All the colours on a plate…”
Breakfast after midday is totally allowed on a Sunday and requires a special attention. This spicy and warming creation can be just that treat and actually give you a good reason to make it out of bed on a chilly winter day. Continue reading “Warming pumpkin, cinnamon & almond milk oats”
When nature does its magic…words fail me. Perhaps sometimes they are not needed. The endless palette of colours, the gracefully dancing with the wind leaves, the cheeky, acorn-seeking squirrels in the park and the warming smell of freshly made cinnamon biscuits just say it all… Continue reading “Beautiful autumn…”
Beside the end result, for me breadmaking is a pure pleasure on its own. There is something about creating a thing so brilliant and comforting from the simplest ingredients! Continue reading “Semolina rolls with chewy figs and warming za’atar”
This one is for those late wake-ups, that have gone way past breakfast time, but yet deserve something fruity-nutty to help you kick off the day right, and somehow a bowl of muesli simply won’t do the job. Super delicious and very colourful this pudding is the perfect healthy treat, whatever the occasion. Continue reading “Tapioca & chia pudding with summer berries jam”
The last few months were intense – lots of cooking and too little time for writing. Luckily, I am equipped with a lot of delicious discoveries now that are just waiting patiently to be shared. The first one lined up is this amazing zesty lemon tart with added double chocolate sensation.
It wasn’t my first time in Portugal at all, but this time was really my favourite! Perhaps because of the breathtaking sunsets on Douro river, or the intricacy of the azulejos walls, or the lost tracks through the orange and magnolia trees, or because of the natas mornings or the Port wine nights. Continue reading “Portugal: Adventure through the sunshine yellows and azulejos blues”