8 posts tagged vegetarian

The Veggie Feast Shakshouka Recipe

For me, Shakshouka is a truly international dish. As with every brilliant food, it was embraced by different cultures and modified according to their's tastes and culinary traditions. Even though Shakshouka's roots go as deep as Northern Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia), most of us know it as a Middle Eastern classic or as Jerusalem favorite egg dish. And for me, that's unique the beauty of cooking. It allows us to spread great ideas without limits or borders, and adopt them for oursel... Continue Reading

Blood orange Jam and Grapefruit Goat Cheese Crostini

Every time I want to throw a party, I'm struggling with finding the right appetizer to serve. Seriously, it's a very important decision to make. Because appetizer is the first thing that your guest will taste (if not to count wine), and you need a proper starter to set the tone of your party and to put the guests in the right mood. On my parties, I prefer to serve simple yet elegant food, which goes well with the wine I picked. Yeah, in our house there are mostly wine parties. You know my ... Continue Reading

Healthy Avocado Toast for Quick Breakfast

Quick and healthy breakfasts are so in trend right now. No wonder! They taste great and don't require much time or cooking skills. This recipe my version of Healthy Avocado Toast. Love to have it after my morning workout. Hope you'll enjoy it as well! You might also like my Savory Oatmeal and Sakshuka. Stay fit and healthy =) P.S. Would love to hear about your favorite pre- or post workout meals! Continue Reading

Absolutely Delicious Zucchini Fritters

There are so many dishes you can cook with zucchini, and today I want to share one of my favorite recipes. Zucchini fritters are one of the most popular dishes during zucchini season in Ukraine. My mom always cooked it for us, and now I cook it for my family and friends. It's absolutely delicious, simple, and healthy. What else could you wish for your summer table? These fritters are good for breakfast when served with plain yogurt. You can make them smaller and serve as an appetizer, or ... Continue Reading

Shakshuka

There are thousands of amazing dishes you can cook with eggs. Poached eggs, omelette, baked eggs, and many more, - I admire them all. But there is one particular dish that have a very special place in my heart - delicious hearty Shakshuka, - eggs poached in rich tomato sauce along with some veggies and spices. Sound delicious, isn’t it? And it’s good for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Shakshuka is originally from North Africa and has hundreds of variations, depend on the country and ... Continue Reading

Healthy Roasted Butternut Squash Hummus

This Butternut Squash Hummus is fantastic! Even my picky husband says it's incredibly good. And believe me, for such devoted meat eater and veggie hater that's a serious statement. He ate the whole bowl of this hummus in a minute, which made me incredibly happy. Finally I could feed him something healthy he actually likes very much =) Hope you'll enjoy it too! Serve this hummus with your favorite whole wheat crackers or pita chips and enjoy a healthy snack. Continue Reading

Super Smooth Hummus Tips and Tricks

Today is all about making the most delicious, smooth and creamy hummus you can imagine. Why hummus? Because it is healthy, tasty, and nutritious dish that almost everybody likes. Plus, making hummus isn’t hard at all. You might be a little intimidated at first, but, believe me, you can nail it. Just try! I'll share with you my little tips and tricks to make your hummus absolutely amazing. No canned beans, and no shortcuts, so be prepared! The key to a perfectly smooth hummus is ... Continue Reading

Harissa Sauce from Scratch

Harissa is a Tunisian chili based sauce, which is not only adds a little heat to your favorite dishes, but also have a bright flavor full of Mediterranean spices. To make your own Harissa at home is very easy, and believe me it tastes so much better than any store bought one. And it's definitely a good alternative to Sriracha and ketchup. The secret is that I use only fresh peppers, they make the taste more colorful. Harissa is perfect for summer BBQ. It complements almost every dish. ... Continue Reading