One of my close friends decided to go Vegan 2 Months ago (*happy*) She came over for a brunch a weeks ago and I wanted to make something she would really love. As she used to love(!!!) eggs and all … Continue reading
Finally!!!!! I post the knife to the fork, the Romeo to his Juliet, the rain to the umbrella…..: here is the Portwine Ragout that goes with the Pumpkin Gnocchi I posted a while ago. Maybe that Portwine Ragout with Gnocchi … Continue reading
I had to become 31 years old to overcome the fear of making Gnocchi. Up until now I have eaten Gnocchi many many times, delicious, super scrumptious aaaaaand not so delicious ones (What’s up with covering chewy Gnocchis in a … Continue reading
Kalhmera Dear Readers and Welcome to an other blog-monday funday. Today I have a special post, as I don’t have one Recipe for you. I have Seven! Fresh from scratch and ready for you to be cooked! What happens on … Continue reading
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I will keep this post short – but with all the Informations you need to make this easy, fast prepared and delicious plantbased Tex Mex Salad with Avocado-creaminess.
The pictures speak for them selfs. And it really is that easy to make a beautiful and scrumptious Meal for the whole family and Friends.
Find this Recipe Here or go to “Salads”
Stay tuned for more delightful bites from the delight-bite kitchen
Here it is, my second guest Post straight from the recipe book of Mama Lovestone.
You might think “Isn’t this cold Cucumber and Basil Soup more of a summer dish”. Well, I won’t contradict. But hey, there is an other half of the world that has summer time right now. So this is for all you people that enjoy a warm climate right now or that simply don’t care and like to enjoy some cold creamy soup when it snows – just like me.
You can prepare it the day before and it only takes you about 10 Minutes to make this super savory soup.
It’s a great dish to serve in small glasses at the Buffet or also as an appetizer.
That certain something comes from the Noilly Prat, a french Wermouth. If you can’t find that brand, you could also use “Martini extra dry”. Not the same taste, but it would work. The Original Recipe is with greek yoghurt, but I “veganized” the recipe (replaced with soy yoghurt) and as I have tried both ways before, I must say, there is no taste difference. This Soup is simply a taste bomb!
Find this Recipe Here or go to “Appetizers”.
Happy weekend to everyone with many many tasty highlights of course!