This is the forth recipe for revani that I am sharing with you, what can I say I love my revani! This coconut version is absolutely delicious, you can really taste the coconut after a few hours and especially the next day. Continue reading “Coconut Revani” »
If you a regular reader of my blog you will know that I had gallbladder/stones issues this year, update I did end up having it removed in September. During the time before surgery (5 months) I had to change my diet, and that meant no or little fat, no red meat, no eggs, butter or sugar! Since then I am still on a red meat free diet, I have been trying to reintroduce it to my diet this past two weeks (in very small amounts) but it doesn’t agree with me. Not sure if it’s permanent or temporary. Continue reading “Lentil Soup” »
My daughter Sara loves hot cocoa since she was a little girl, this year I started to make instant hot cocoa it’s quick and easy to make, and tastes so much better than store bought (with less ingredients), quicker to make then heating milk in a pot too! Continue reading “Homemade Instant Hot Cocoa” »
This is another favourite burek recipe that I am sharing with you today, it’s been one of my favourites since I was kid! Continue reading “Kiymali Patatesli Borek – Potato Ground Beef Burek” »
I love fries, but I cannot eat fried food as much anymore, in fact I haven’t anything fried since January! That doesn’t mean I cannot enjoy my fries, baked fries can be just as good! If you choose to fry that is perfectly fine and will be totally amazing, but if you are like me and have to avoid fried foods for health reasons, then these baked fries are the ones for you. Continue reading “Greek Fries – Baked Fries” »
This dish is one of my sons favourites, since he was a little boy! It’s an easy dish to make using one pot, served with plain rice it makes a delicious meal. I usually make dishes like this in the late fall and winter, it just a comforting food that warms you right up! Continue reading “Patates Oturtma – Potato Stove Top Casserole” »
Carrot tarator is delicious and healthy, it’s a carrot version of the cucumber tarator commonly known as tzatziki. I love this stuff! You can eat it alone with bread, or as a side with a barbecue dinner or anything you may think it goes well with. Continue reading “Carrot Tarator” »
Fall has arrived and that means its time for baking with apples! My favourite part! I absolutely love apple pie filling, my mom always made it as a topping for pancakes mmmm so good, I can eat it straight from the pot! I would make these swirls for my kids when they were younger, and they still love it!