No rolling, no blind baking, no fuss. This easy chocolate tart is your perfect dessert and chocolate fix. Deeply chocolatey, slightly boozy and so so easy! The crust is entirely done in the bowl of your food processor. Then instead of rolling, you will transfer the dough crumbs in a tart pan and press down with your hands to create the base and sides. So simple.
Not my best food pic. This banoffee pie was sliced and devoured so quickly, my photo shoot plans didn’t stand a chance. Continue reading
What a way to come back after being MIA for I don’t know how long. I have been so busy preparing my next cookbook. It’s been absolutely crazy; triple checking the recipes, turning my house into a photoshoot studio and eating so much cake, my bikini drawer should remain locked! Continue reading
So, I was recipe testing and this came up. Imagine the joy! It’s a fluffy, orange scented brioche, very similar to a Greek “tsoureki” (Easter bread), filled with luscious Nutella. Once baked you can actually pull it into big pieces, to reveal all that sweet, melting chocolate spread. Continue reading
I have been searching high and low for a simpler version of the amazing and delicious quiche. Although I love baking day on a winters’ day, extra time for a pie crust, (kneading, resting, rolling, blind baking etc. etc.…) is too hard to find with three boys, a hubby and a lively dog! That’s why I was so excited when Bon Appetit magazine published a recipe for a crab cheesecake. That was my inspiration for this recipe. Continue reading
I created this beautiful pie while preparing for a photo shoot. My very talented food stylist Roula, had a momentary artistic block. This gave me time to grab the phyllo from the fridge and start cooking. Since I didn’t have much time, I had to create something quick and fuss free. So this pie couldn’t be easier. It’s delicious, creamy, full of tasty cheese and absolutely gorgeous.
This fantastic dish is based on a short video a friend sent me on how to bake a steak pizza star. It looked so inviting and delicious, I had to recreate it using my favourite pizza toppings. It’s like making a «calzone» only in a more attractive shape. My kids love it and enjoy making it . You can use any ingredient you fancy. In fact, this is a great recipe to be really creative. And because, everybody loves da pizza! Continue reading