This is a very traditional winter stew from the Serra de Mariola area—a crossroads of mountain ranges on the edge between Valencia and Alicante provinces. Continue reading “Borreta”
This morning, I was wondering what to have for breakfast when I remembered I had a bunch of chickpeas leftover from yesterday’s dish: rice with Swiss chard. And I had an idea: why not have a chickpea omelette?
Like that dish, this is also a very economical dish, and quite easy to make. The hardest skill required is to know how to flip the omelette without breaking it, so I wrote a post explaining how to do that. Continue reading “Chickpea omelette”
Or: I’LL EAT EVERYTHING WITH PROTEIN AFTER GOING TO THE GYM (AND YET MORE)
- A Gruyere cheese omelette/scrambled eggs hybrid
- Some bacon strips (already cooked, from M&S)
- LOTS of rocket and watercress salad
- Sliced red pepper
- Dash of olive oil of course
I don’t really think this needs preparation instructions!
I was so hungry after today’s training! The only thing I don’t quite like about the bacon strips is they’re so goddamn salty ?
My partner surprised me this morning with this breakfast experiment!
They were very tasty and now we want to experiment with other fillings: mushroom? cheese? spring onions? spinach? perhaps something sweet? We’ll see! Continue reading “Bacon and egg muffins”
This morning I set out with the grand plan of making a delicious coucou, but I didn’t quite succeed. I was too cautious with the amount of herbs, added way less than I should have and so I ended up with a herby omelette, but actually that’s not a bad thing either! Continue reading “Herb omelette (or coucou)”