I love lentils. “Moudjendra” has always been my favourite lentil dish. That’s until I cooked lentils with bulgur wheat. This dish screams healthy and its vegan too. I got so many great ingredients from Foodsaver Stores for this recipe like a fantastic veggie mix. The Green wave mix is a combination of broccoli, kale, courgettes and wakame seaweed.Continue reading →
When I first posted this recipe on Instagram, I was hopelessly trying to find an emoji that best matched the delicious taste of this iced dessert. When I made this for the TV show Chryses Syntages, our show producer couldn’t stop until he ate half of this loaf. And when I made it as a birthday cake for my dad’s 94th birthday, my whole family (the toughest judges!) gave me raving reviews including my father who rarely eats dessert. Continue reading →
Salmon and quinoa make effortlessly a flavourful and healthy salad. If you add wild rice, then you have a wholesome meal, packed with nature’s goodness. Wild rice rice mix and quinoa from Foodsaver Stores are such a game changer since they are partly cooked and you can use them straight from the freezer. So you can whip up this salad in 30 minutes tops! Continue reading →
For a person who didn’t grow up eating blueberries, I have been a huge fan of this little fruit which stains everything blue. Even cake batter. I always have blueberries in the freezer so these muffins were inevitable. They are buttery and lemony and fluffy and everything they should be. Enjoy them every day and twice on Sunday 😉 Continue reading →
Whether you are a novice cook, a stay-out-of-the-kitchen person or, an experienced food-lover, a fine steak always means luxury. These properly matured Black Angus fillet steaks from Foodsaver Stores are just that. Grilled, pan seared or roasted, whichever way you decide to cook it, you will end up with a glorious meal on your plate.
This Japanese style BBQ chicken, is perfect for kids and adults alike. Boneless, skinless thighs from Foodsaver Stores are perfect for the sticky, sweet and a little bit spicy marinade. Served with edamame fried rice is my ideal meal. I love edamame. My kids love it too. Instead of eating them plain, try adding them to fried rice for that extra bite.
Isn’t this cake gorgeous? I once saw a red velvet marble cake and I thought these streaks of red colour in a yellow cake look so amazing. Not a huge fan of food colouring, so I wanted to create a more natural colour. Continue reading →