I’ve been wanting to get off the beaten track, looking for a salad that was nothing like those I had tested before. And I found this gem...I usually have a very light dinner and coupled with a few toasts, this salad is the perfect option for a fresh & light meal.
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, then you know my love for all things related to Italy – including pasta of course. This recipe is one of my favorite all veggie pasta dishes and adding some mint was quite surprising (in a positive way, of course!). I think that what I appreciate even more is that it’s super easy and 100% foolproof.
There is nothing best than starting the day with a royal breakfast consisting of jasmine green tea AND homemade matcha muffins. Plus how fun is that green colour? After many experiments, I came to the conclusion that matcha develops its full potential when adding white chocolate!
Once again, I have to thank the amazing community of online food blogger. This time, I found my inspiration on Glue & Glitter, a blog full of amazing vegan recipes. I think what makes this recipe a gem is the homemade avocado pesto that you can spot in the center of the bowl.
My mother used to prepare cold soups as a first course during summer and I remember loving it so much (not only because it was soooo refreshing but also because it made the whole dinner such a chic experience for the child I used to be). Improving on her original recipe, I added a few herbs and grains to spice things up a bit. The ultimate goal of the cold soup is to be revitalizing so make sure you serve it really cold (especially on a hot summer day)...
Want to know my little secret on how to impress your guest when inviting them over for dinner? Well, it’s super easy: prepare a fancy starter like this cold Zucchini and Mint soup, serve it in beautiful stem glasses and just enjoy the compliments that you’re about to receive!
Oh Indian food, we have never been very good friends. Somehow you are too strong and spicy for me but I want to give you another chance. Lovely people, have you ever combined two recipes together because you wanted to eliminate a few ingredients that you don’t like/can’t find/have never head of from both recipes and then it turns out pretty well?
The web is full of wonderful people who rack their brains and come up with super creative recipes. The result of this reality? There is absolutely no excuses not to find any ideas to cook healthy and delicious meals. I insist: healthy AND delicious. Say bye bye to the old days when vegetarian and vegan recipes were dead boring. I have been following the amazing vegan blogger...