Pizza with wild green garlic I love pizza and I love wild green garlic. In Romania, we called wild green garlic “leurda”. It is one of the best green food you will eat if you like garlic, of course. You can eat it raw or cooked. You can use it in soups, stew, pies, or… Continue reading Pizza with wild green garlic
Category: Maine dish
Simmered chicken liver served with vegetable pilaf
My boy loves pilaf and chicken liver. I try not to fry it so I use a simple recipe: simmered. With your favorite condiments, it tastes amazing. Ingredients: Chicken liver 300gSaltPepperBay leaf Directions: Put the chicken liver into boiling water. Boil for 15-20 minutes on low heat and then add pepper and bay leaf. You… Continue reading Simmered chicken liver served with vegetable pilaf
Stuffed eggplant with quinoa
I love stuffed red peppers. When I don’t have red peppers I use eggplant. You can find at the market small eggplant perfect to be stuffed. This is a simple vegan weeknight dinner, side dish, or entrée. The recipe is plant-based, meat-free, low carb, and easy to make. Stuffed eggplant with quinoa Eggplants/aubergines are awesome. You… Continue reading Stuffed eggplant with quinoa
Carrot-Apple-Celery Salad with Spicy Yogurt Dressing
I love salad, carrots and celery, any king of celery. I love to make a salad with carrot, apple, and celery for something refreshing. I don’t use mayo for the salad. I use a spicy yogurt that I love. Carrot-Apple-Celery Salad with Spicy Yogurt Dressing Did you know that there are 3 types of celery?… Continue reading Carrot-Apple-Celery Salad with Spicy Yogurt Dressing
Menu ideas for Christmas
Christmas cooking can be daunting. The pressure to make it good, make it tasty, and just make it work is big. Planning ahead is the key. It always starts with choosing the right menu. Sorting out what you’re going to cook and when, and then prepping the dishes, is the secret to Christmas Day success. Think… Continue reading Menu ideas for Christmas
Celebrating Germany’s National Soup Day!
It’s National Soup Day in Germany. It’s a dish enjoyed all over the world in thousands of variations. And it has been a food staple in many ancient civilizations. In honor of Germany’s holiday, I am bringing you a list of soup recipes that I really love. So sit back, grab a spoon and enjoy!… Continue reading Celebrating Germany’s National Soup Day!
Soya and pea stew
Pea and soya stew This is a quick second course for vegetarians and vegans and an excellent source of vegetable proteins. The recipe is very easy and is great for the less experienced cooks. Ingredients: 200g soya chunks400g canned peas1 cup vegetable stock1 onionOlive oil1 cherry tomato sauce can1 garlic gloveSalt and pepper1 teaspoon mustard… Continue reading Soya and pea stew
Milk-Cup Red mushrooms in the Oven
Milk-Cup Red mushrooms in the Oven Milk-Cup Red Mushrooms are Lactarius deliciosus also known as saffron milk cap and red pine mushroom. They taste amazing and are one of my favorite to eat and forage. Usually I cook them like that but today I tried a new recipe. The smell in the kitchen was to… Continue reading Milk-Cup Red mushrooms in the Oven
Baked salmon with celery
Baked salmon with celery Crazy thing happened a few days back. I went to the market to buy leeks to make a cream soup and I got home with celery. I did not even realize what I was buying. I thought it is what I needed. So, I had to improvise because I never made… Continue reading Baked salmon with celery
I made a list of my favorite recipes for autumn. I love the nature in the fall. I love foraging mushrooms and cooking them. Boletus cream soup Boletus cream soup Baked sweet brown pumpkin with mushrooms White moussaka Stuffed peppers with turkey breast Omelet with chanterelles Fish stew Roasted turkey legs Ratatouille in a pumpkin… Continue reading Autumn recipe
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