A super simple & really quick one-pan dinner with minced meat, leek and bell pepper. Full of flavours, and no leftovers! Serve with some rice, potatoes or bread.
I love simple & quick dinners. We all have those days where we’d rather just hang on the couch than spend hours in the kitchen, right? Well, I’ve got you covered. You’ll be back at the couch with a big bowl of comfort food in no time!
Serve roasted beets with a delicious yoghurt parsley dip as healthy snack or light appetizer. Who knew beets and yoghurt would go so well together?!
Like many other vegetables, beets don’t get me super excited when simply cooked. No, I prefer to turn them into a salad, eat them raw or roast them: so much more delicious! The sweet beets are matched with a fresh yoghurt parsley dip, which makes an exciting combination.
Don’t have any idea what to do with those leftover vegetables? Why not make a delicious quiche! Includes a basic recipe that’s very customizable.
Cooking with leftovers: you either hate it or you love it. I personally love it: you get to be super creative! However, for those of you that are not that creative in the kitchen I’ve decided to share my basic recipe for a leftover vegetable quiche. I use it all the time!
Make your own delicious vegetable chicken broth with this recipe! All natural ingredients, and great for using leftovers too. | Stay Alive and Cooking
One of the things I’ve found to be most rewarding in cooking is making everything from scratch. This homemade chicken broth is perfect to add flavour to soups, sauces or stews, or to simply enjoy at lunch! It’s super easy as well: you just toss some ingredients in a pan with water and wait. Oh, and it’s super customizable!
This comforting yet light and refreshing soup is a great alternative to the regular tomato soup. | Stay Alive and Cooking
I love tomato soup. And I also love cooking with ingredients I wouldn’t normally use, like fennel. The fennel adds a fresh touch to the soup, which goes great with the sweet tomatoes. It’s not overpowering at all, and I ended up really liking it!
This delicious tender beef in flavourful red wine sauce goes together so well with the leek and potato mash. A perfect autumn dish! | Stay Alive and Cooking
If there’s one thing I miss in summer, it’s those rich stews with beef so tender it just melts in your mouth. Luckily it is now officially autumn: my house will be filled with the scent of dishes simmering for hours until they are full of flavour! Today I share with you this beef stew made with red wine. It may sound quite decadent, but it’s actually really easy.