Squash and beans stew

In these rainy days of autumn, I love a filling hot stew. The one I'll show you today is my favourite stew of all times, sweet and super filling. The best thing about this dish is that you can cook loads of it an freeze it in portions which comes in really handy on cold … Continue reading Squash and beans stew

Veggie bowl 1

Here's the first recipe of a long saga of veggie bowls I'm planning on posting. The plant kingdom is so vast, the combinations are virtually infinite! I usually follow the rule: 3 veggies + 1 fruit + 1 legume. The one I'm bringing today is within the norm (but rules are made to be broken … Continue reading Veggie bowl 1

Spanish tortilla

Hello, guys! Disregarding the slogan of the blog, today I bring a recipe that is not particularly easy (nor particularly healthy), BUT incredibly delicious! This a is central piece of the Spanish cuisine with many variants but always with these three main ingredients: potatoes, olive oil, and eggs. Obviously, the later is replaced by gram … Continue reading Spanish tortilla

Fried tofu slices (pepper-lemon)

Hi, folks! Fancy a 5 minutes prepping + 10 minutes cooking nutritious lunch? Here's one of the dishes I eat those busy days when cooking isn't among my priorities. This is the first recipe containing tofu that I post. This product is well-known among vegans, vegetarians and a great number of veg-curious. For those few who have … Continue reading Fried tofu slices (pepper-lemon)

Stuffed aubergines (with shiitake)

Hey there! Today I'm cooking a pretty controversial vegetable, at least in my circles: Aubergines (eggplant). Its characteristic spicy-ish flavour is either loved or hated. However, this recipe will be loved by all! The filling is so tasty, the aubergine flavour gets masked by it. This is the first recipe I post that includes nutritional … Continue reading Stuffed aubergines (with shiitake)

Sweet potato wraps

Hello everybody! Today I crave something nice and easy to eat while working on the computer. These wraps will do the trick! You'll need baked sweet potatoes, ideally from the day before so they're cold. Always try to take advantage of powering up the oven to cook more than one dish at a time. Sweet potatoes, potatoes, and butternut … Continue reading Sweet potato wraps

Stuffed peppers (with lentils)

The dish I bring today is a good example of seams-elaborate-but-isn't recipe. A perfect idea for hosting a dinner at home. It is also very healthy and cheap. Quite complete, huh? Always try to take advantage of powering up the oven to cook more than one dish at a time. Sweet potatoes, potatoes, and butternut squash are … Continue reading Stuffed peppers (with lentils)