It was requested from me for a picnic at work. Picnic which after all turned into a big feast indoors ;). Nonetheless it was quite delicious. I let the yeast work overnight and finished it in the morning so it was fresh and very tasty. The recipe comes from here with my filling modifications.
Had to come up with something for a Saturday dinner and found this tart while looking through a BBC Good Food book called “101 cheap eats”. I was a bit sceptical about the taste but I was not disappointed. The result was creamy and dreamy ;). Totally worth trying!
This recipe intrigued me so much that I had to try it. I did not know what to expect, but to be honest I should have had since it is pretty obvious that it will be a bit like an oven-made omelette. At least in the centre. The idea is great though, I like the speed with which one can prepare it and the delicious result. I will certainly prepare it again but for now will present you the recipe which comes from irreplacable Nigella and her newest book “Kitchen”. Enjoy!
I know that omelette is not exactly a cooking challenge but I was looking for a recipe which would make it taste more delicate and would not be just a different way of serving scrambled eggs. This omelette is very tasty and it definitely made me believe that omelettes can be a good lunch/dinner option. I combined few recipes here and have no clue where did I find them. Sorry! So or so enjoy!
I found this recipe here. Every weekend the author is organising an action where one needs to prepare something she found somewhere in the Interweb. This time it was this really delicious sandwich. Originally it’s made with cheese and salami but I made it the way I like it so with cheese, ham and mushrooms and added my favorite pesto. Enjoy!