Chickpea soup

As I so often do, I found my inspiration in Eszter Fűszeres’ blog for this green lemon chickpea soup. The funny thing is that Eszter also drew her inspiration from somewhere else (Jamie Oliver and Maunika Gowardhan’s instagram), then I from her, so this soup may have traces of Jamie, but probably has little to do…

Aubergine Paté

I recently posted a recipe for aubergine pate, now here comes another version. It’s not complicated and just as easy to make as the other one, but it brings a flavour to our kitchen with slightly eastern notes. Ingredients: 1 aubergine 1-2 garlic cloves 1-2 dl of oil (partly olive oil) a walnut-sized piece of ginger…

Quick “Chinese” Stir-fry

An easy, super speedy lunch or dinner. A lot of crisp vegetables and durum wheat pasta (or rice noodles), harmonious flavours, though probably not in the least authentically Chinese! Never mind! Ingredients (2 servings): 200g of cauliflower 200g of broccoli 2 red onions 2 cloves of garlic a walnut sized piece of fresh ginger 10ml…

Butternut Squash Jam

This jam was one of the biggest surprises I have had recently. I have been hunting around for a spicy pumpkin jam recipe, and even though I’d never eaten it I had a preconceived idea of the taste: one that was dominated more by the spices and rather less sweet, and certainly with a stronger pumpkin flavour. What…