I have recently come back from a short trip to my beloved Greece and brought with me all the laziness of vacation… 😛 Therefore, I opted for a quick and easy (yet very tasty) dish, which brings together the most … Continue reading
Looking for a quick and nutritious appetizer? If yes, go on reading this post and cooking a delicious asparagus soup. If no, you should unfortunately wait until I release my next post under the Food section. 😛 WHAT YOU NEED: … Continue reading
A delicious dish yet not as luxurious (or expensive) as it may sound! Celery has a distinct aroma which perfectly balances the flavor of the lobster and saffron brings both taste and color to this must-eat soup. Highly recommended in … Continue reading
Detox! That’s the magic word these days after those looooong buffets and family gatherings with all the delicacies one can imagine in portions NOONE can imagine!! Therefore, I decided to share with you a recipe of a nutritious yet tasty dish. It’s also amazingly quick and easy! 🙂
WHAT YOU NEED:
2 ripe avocados
400ml of water
Juice out of ½ lemon
200ml of milk cream
100g medium-sized shrimps (without their shell)
Boil the water together with the stock until they become as one. Take out the core of the avocados and mix it with the milk cream, the lemon juice and the vegetable stock in a blender. Add some salt and pepper.
Serve with boiled shrimps and fresh dill on top of your soup. 😉
If you crave for a pasta recipe which with no doubt stands out from the rest, this dish is just right for you! Smoked salmon here makes a great match with apple (although it sounds a bit strange – you … Continue reading
This recipe is probably one of the yummiest ever! 😛 I totally love the way the kitchen smells while the chicken gets roasted, the crunchy taste of the breaded coat of the fillets and that chewy effect of the grated … Continue reading
The weekend is nearly here and it’s time for you to invite your friends for a delicious home dinner! This dish is a wonderful combination of pure Mediterranean flavors and a distinct Indian aroma. This is one of the first … Continue reading
Here in Sweden it has already started getting seriously colder, mushroom “colonies” is all one can see in the parks and leaves fall from the trees like crazy! Therefore, it’s no wonder why somebody would crave for a hot tasty … Continue reading
That’s a dish which is highly recommended to those who are now getting acquainted with the magical attributes of spices and the smooth oriental flavour of an extremely nourishing alternative to rice, that is to say bulgur.
Here is a pure improvisation which resulted to a delicious and pretty filling dish. It’s very quick and easy to cook!
WHAT YOU NEED:
For the chicken:
2 fillets of chicken breast (cut into smaller pieces)
Virgin olive oil
1/2 of a dry onion
100g creamy cheese
250ml of milk cream
For the bulgur:
1 tablespoonful of butter
250g of bulgur
Fry the chicken within some olive oil together with the onion until it becomes white. Add the cream cheese and make sure that it melts. Then add the cream and pour the nutmeg, salt and pepper. Stir it and let it boil slowly in medium temperature for 6-7 minutes. Use a different saucepan for the preparation of the bulgur. Melt the butter and pour the bulgur. Stir it for a while and pour water (pour a little more than the quantity required for the bulgur to get fully covered by the water). Let it boil slowly in medium temperature until the water is gone (ATTENTION: Keep an eye on it so that you avoid burning the bulgur!). Time for serving!