If you like Indian cuisine and do not want to run around shops trying to find paneer - the lovely cheese used in so many recipes - make it at home:-) It's very simple and rewarding. Continue reading
Pesto is one of the easiest things to make and can help you make a delicious meal even when you don't feel like cooking much. The jars in shops labelled as pesto are nothing like the homemade version. Once you make it, you hardly go back. Continue reading
I am not a big tofu eater, but this spread is worth trying. This recipe is a modified version of one from a magazine. I tested the original version but later I simply did not have some ingredients and I can say that even the simple version tastes great. Continue reading
This is pretty much Jamie Oliver's version which I fell in love with, but he uses fresh broad beans (not so easy to get in Finland). You can use this as a nice appetizer or a snack.
This recipe is a simplified version of Jamie Oliver's. You can also use almond or coconut milk instead of yoghurt if you like. Continue reading
Super easy, no special ingredients:-) This is a very refreshing, colourful spread to brighten up your morning.
My favourite. This is my version of the egg spread I used to eat when I was a kid. Some flavours are so sentimental:-) Some people only use butter as the binding ingredient, but it gets very crumbly when taken out of the fridge, so l like to add creme fraiche or mayo to prevent this. Continue reading