Two words – Pasta Carbonara! I just can’t imagine someone who doesn’t like some kind of pasta carbonara. Even though the original Italian carbonara calls for pork bacon, there are different variations of the dish that may include different kinds of veggies (like peas, zucchini and broccoli), mushrooms, and even chicken instead of bacon. No matter which kind you prefer, there is always that great simple egg and cheese sauce that makes carbonara so tasty. Read more
The soup season is upon us, and is there a better way to celebrate it than with a bowl of hearty beef goulash soup? And to make it even better, this recipe is one of those that you just put everything in a slow-cooker, and forget about it for the next 6 hours. When it’s done, you are going to give yourself a tap on the shoulder, because, let’s be honest, you didn’t lift a finger, and still you have a delicious dinner on the table. Read more
This recipe for dinner rolls is so quick and easy, that you will never go for a store-bought ones again. And the best thing about them – they are done in 30 minutes. They are so soft and fluffy, and taste amazing. Sometimes, when I have time, I make them for breakfast and they are great while still warm and you spread them with butter. Y-U-M! Read more
In this post I am going to share with you not one, but two very simple and delicious salad recipes that everyone will love and enjoy, and since it is Autumn and we have a great variety of different veggies in season, I have decided to put in use a few of them, mostly Kale – the king of all vegetables. If you are interested in what you have just read, then keep on reading, because trust me, when you make one of these salads, you will keep on making it over and over again. Yes, that is how good they are! 🙂 Read more
Satarash (originally sataraš) is a traditional South-Eastern European stew-like dish made out of onions, bell peppers and ripe tomatoes. My mother makes it, and her mother used to make it, and now I am making it. This dish is one of the rare vegetable dishes that children LOVE to eat. I grew up eating it, and every time I smell the scent of fried onions and bell peppers, my mount starts to water. Read more
This is one of those recipes which doesn’t include meat, but you will have that satisfied feeling just as if you were eating steak or burger. Well, at least that is the feeling that my husband gets every time he eats quinoa patties, and he is that kind of person who doesn’t believe in meatless dinners. He even takes them as lunch the next day, IF we have leftovers. You should really give this recipe a try. Read more
We may not want to admit it, but the summer is coming to an end, and we are welcoming the beautiful Autumn, and all the great and delicious fruits and veggies that come with it. The weather is starting to get colder, and our bodies are craving for rich and nutritious food. That is the reason why I decided to share this recipe for quick and easy Creamy Potato and Cauliflower soup, that is going to please even the hungriest and busiest person that we all are. Read more
Can you imagine one of these situations?
One – You sat down for breakfast with you lovely family on a Saturday morning, and all you can smell is the freshly baked loaf of bread. All of you just can’t wait to tear it apart and eat it with butter and a cup of herbal tea, while the crust is still crunchy and warm.
Two – You are coming back home from work, feeling hungry, and all you can think about the bread that you have baked, by yourself, the night before, and the perfect thing is that you can make the most beautiful sandwiches, so you won’t spend much time preparing the dinner for yourself.
If you have been or would like to be in any of these, or similar situations, this is the right recipe for you. Read more