Dear pasta lovers! As you may have already noticed, we are big in the pasta game and none of us really can resist this deliciousness. We basically could eat pasta everyday. This recipe‘s for the seafood lovers amongst you guys: spinach and shrimp pasta.
Ina is looking for a delicious childhood memory for her #letscooktogehter campaign this month. After our mum didn‘t really conjure up particularly fancy dishes and it was mostly about rice or pasta combinations, I have reinterpreted one of these classic recipes a little bit. Boring pasta with tomato sauce transformed into delicious tortellini with tomato sauce, Mediterranean herbs and – of course – cheese.
Do you love the smell of fresh basil just as much as I do? In my opinion, there’s almost nothing better than walking into the kitchen and be welcomed by a pleasant basil scent. (Except the smell of coffee maybe …). So last time in the supermarket I walked by these fresh basil pots and just had to grab one. And because I’m a food blogger, of course I documented […]
I usually cook with plenty of zucchini or mushrooms. In the same way I actually eat a huge bowl of salad a day by default. But having no variation pretty much sucks in the long run so once in a while I decide to add different, “fancier” ingredients to my daily diet. So – feeling adventurous – for this dish I included savoy cabbage, which I honestly have never used […]
Howdy geezers! As the title leads us to the suspect, this post will be about banana bread at some point. About vegan banana bread. But first things first: this post also is an attempt to translate my original (German) one into English. The emphasis here, folks, is on attempt. As you (should!) know, Ina, Anja and I are proper Germans so just in case you’re no Sherlock: English isn’t our […]
This meal is actually one of my all time favorites, but never made it up the blog…till now! I can’t really tell you why I’ve waited so long to share this with you, because holy moly this recipe is just delicious. But here we are! I usually eat this beauty with feta, but if you want this recipe to be suitable for vegans, just try my sister’s vegan cheese alternative. […]
One of my favorite cakes here in Sweden is probably the so called “Kladdkaka” and means something like sticky cake, because its super soft and luscious. You almost can get it at every Cafe and Fika place, because every Swede just loves this chocolate cake. The good thing: You can easily make it by yourself, doesn’t take long and the best; it doesn’t need a lot of ingredients. And all over […]