This recipe is based on a recipe from the “New food for thought” cookbook – from the long gone and much missed Food For Thought Covent Garden restaurant.Continue reading “Sweet potato and coconut soup”
I made this practice mini loaf the other day as an experiment born out of an experiment: I had made a coca with a focaccia dough made with my beer starter (and a couple of cans of Camden Hells lager instead of water), and I had set some dough aside to practice shaping it into a baguette, as I don’t have lots of experience with that type of shaping.
Then I was gathering ingredients to make an omelette, when I noticed there were two sausages in the fridge, and that gave me an even better idea:Continue reading “Bocadillo de longaniza y tortilla francesa (sausage and omelette sandwich)”
A traditional, cheap and comforting one-pot dish 😋
We’re having this quite often, now that the weather is starting to get dark and nasty.
I use a pressure cooker, but a deep pot with lid works very well too… although it will take longer to cook!Continue reading “Lentejas (lentil stew)”
These sweet crumbly buns are typically made in Benidorm (Alicante) around the 3rd of February, which is Sant Blai’s patron day (Saint Blaise).
I had an older recipe which didn’t work out well. This time I more or less followed another blogger’s recipe (in Spanish). Thanks, Carmen! ??
A word of caution: these buns are pretty calorific, which might explain why they’re only made once a year. But on the other hand, they are gluten free, so if you want to make a sweet treat for someone who can’t eat wheat, this could be it.Continue reading “Bollos de Sant Blai (Saint Blaise’s buns)”
I was browsing a newspaper website for inspiration for our Friday night dinner and came across a dish called malfatti. It literally means “badly made”, as they don’t look pretty.Continue reading “Malfatti (or Gnudi)”