Serving ingredients: – pomegranate seeds – parsley Method: 1 Prepare Pkhali ingredients: 1.1 Peel aubergines and cut into ~1cm cubes 1.2 Chop onion 1.3 Slice champignons 1.4 Peel garlic cloves 1.5 Keep the walnuts for 5 minutes in hot water (to soften them a little), then dry them with a paper towel 2 Cook champignons, onion and aubergines 2.1 Fry chopped onion and sliced champignons for 7 minutes at medium heat with some olive oil 2.2 Add aubergine cubes and cook for another 15 minutes or until aubergines are soft 3 Combine cooked champignons, onion and aubergines with garlic, softened walnuts, cardamom, salt, pepper, and vinegar in a bowl: mash until smooth with an immersive blender 4 Put the bowl in the fridge for at least 2 hours 5 Take the bowl from the fridge and form with fingers ~2cm diameter balls. 6 Put the balls on the plate and decorate with pomegranate seeds and parsley: serve, it’s a really delicious appetiser !
Notes: you can use the same recipe as a delicious pate for the sandwiches 😉
Serving ingredients: – 50g corn salad – a few sprigs chopped green onions – 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar – 1/2 tbsp chestnut honey Method: 1 Brush both sides of Ciabatta slices with olive oil 2 Bake oiled Ciabatta slices for 5-7 minutes at 200C on the baking paper, let them cool down 3 Butter the toasts with goat cheese 4 Put the chopped figs over the goat cheese 5 Sprinkle the toasts with black pepper, chopped green onions, balsamic vinegar 6 Serve on the corn salad with a bit of honey ! 7 Enjoy ! ☀️ ☀️☀️
Directions: 1 Preheat the oven to 200C 2 Brush both sides of Ciabatta slices with olive oil 3 Bake oiled Ciabatta slices on the baking paper for 5-7 minutes at 200C 4 Rub one side of each toast with garlic 5 Cut tomatoes into 1cm cubes and drain extra juice 6 Combine tomato cubes with 1/2 tbsp olive oil + 1 tsp balsamic vinegar + 1/2 tsp salt + 1/4 tsp pepper + chopped basil: put the mixture on the toasts! 7 Serve bruschetta with fresh corn salad and grated parmesan 8 Enjoy !
Filling ingredients: – 1/2 cup walnuts – 2-3 garlic cloves – 1/2 tsp salt – 1/4 tsp black pepper – 1 bunch dill – 1/4 cup warm water
Serving ingredients: – parsley for serving – pomegranate seeds for serving Directions: 1 Cook aubergines: 1.1 Wash aubergines and slice them lengthways into 4mm thick stripes 1.2 Fry aubergine stripes on a skillet with olive oil until golden both sides 1.3 Put aubergine stripes on paper towels to absorb extra oil. 1.4 Let aubergine stripes cool down before filling 3 Prepare the filling: combine grated walnuts, grated garlic, salt, pepper and chopped dill in a bowl. Mix well and add water in small portions stirring constantly 4 Put 1/2-1 teaspoon filling over each aubergine stripe and roll them up 5 Put aubergine rolls in the fridge for 30-40 minutes before serving 6 Decorate with pomegranate seeds, parsley and dill. Serve as an appetiser !
Method: 1 Preheat the oven to 220C 2 Combine flour+salt+warm water in a bowl: knead the dough well for 5-6 minutes 3 Make a filling: 3.1 combine chopped spinach & salt: mix well with the hands for 3-4 minutes to get juice from spinach 3.2 add feta & walnuts & oil & pepper to the spinach & salt, mix well 4 Divide dough into 8 equal pieces and form a ball out of each of them 5 Roll out each ball into a 8-10cm diameter circle: put 1 teaspoon of a filling in the centre of each circle 6 Lift up ends of each circle to the centre to form Fatayers with your fingers 7 Put the Fatayers on the baking paper: bake for 15 minutes at 220C 8 Serve with black coffee and lemon slices !
Ingredients (4 small sandwiches): – 50g Roquefort cheese – 10 strawberries – 4 slices of rye bread – a few sprigs of greens onions
Method: 1 Slice and toast rye bread pieces 2 Wash and chop green onions 3 Wash and slice strawberries 4 Butter Roquefort cheese over the rye bread pieces, put over strawberries pieces & decorate with chopped green onions 5 Enjoy !
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Spinach Fatayer Dough ingredients: – 1 cup (1 cup=250ml) wheat flour – 1/4 cup warm water – 3 tbsp olive oil – 1/2 tsp salt
Spinach Fatayer filling ingredients: – 120g fresh baby spinach – 1/2 small chopped onion – 1/4 cup chopped walnuts – 2 tbsp lemon juice – 2 tsp olive oil – 1/2 tsp salt – 1/4 tsp black pepper
Method: 1 Preheat the oven at 220C ! 2 Combine flour+salt+warm water in a bowl: knead the dough well for 5-6 minutes 3 Make a filling: combine chopped spinach & onion & walnuts & oil & salt & pepper 4 Divide dough into 8 equal pieces and form balls out of them 5 Roll out each ball into a 8-10cm diameter circle: put 2 teaspoons of a filling in the centre of each circle 6 Lift up ends of each circle to the centre to form with your fingers rhombuses-like Fatayers 🙂 7 Put the Fatayers on a baking paper: bake for 15 minutes at 220C 8 Serve with a vegetable soup (see Leek-potato soup recipe here) or black coffee !
Ingredients (2 servings): – 130g canned tuna fish – 120g Almette or another soft creamy cheese – 1/2 chopped onion – 1/2 finely chopped dill bunch – 1 teaspoon lemon juice – 1 teaspoon mayonnaise – pinch of salt & a bit of black pepper – 6-8 triangle slices of rye bread – one sprig of green onions for serving
Method: 1 Prepare tuna mixture = tuna fish + cheese + chopped onion + chopped dill + mayonnaise + lemon juice + salt + pepper 2 Cut rye bread into triangle slices and toast them if you prefer them toasted 😉 3 Put the tuna mixture on the slices, enjoy it and have a greatSunday !
Les paroles d’amour, qui sont toujours les mêmes, prennent le goût des lèvres dont elles sortent.
– Guy de Maupassant
Ingredients (for 2 servings): – 4 slices of whole grain rye bread (it’s way tastier with rye bread than with wheat one !) – 100g soft goat cheese – 25g dried cranberries – 1/3 cup chopped walnuts – 20g miner’s lettuce for serving
Method: 1 Put soft goat cheese on the rye bread slices 2 Put dried cranberries and chopped walnuts over the goat cheese 3 Serve with miner’s lettuce and enjoy it some Sunday morning when spring is about to come and everything is about to change … and with a nice book 😉
“…Absorbed in the new scents, the sounds, and the sunlight…”
― Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows
Absorbed in the new scents, the sounds, and the sunlight…
― Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows
Dough ingredients: – 1 cup (1cup=250ml) wheat flour – 1/4 cup warm water – 3 tbsp olive oil – 1/2 tsp salt
Filling ingredients: – 200g fresh baby spinach – 1 small onion – 1/4 cup walnuts – 3 tbsp lemon juice – 2 tsp olive oil – 1/2 tsp salt – 1/4 tsp pepper
Method: 1 Preheat the oven at 220C 2 Combine flour+salt+warm water in a bowl: knead a dough for 3-5 minutes 3 Make a filling: combine finely chopped spinach + onion + walnuts + oil + salt +pepper 4 Divide dough into 8 equal pieces and form balls out of them 5 Roll out each ball into a 8-10cm diameter circle: put 2 teaspoons of a filling in the middle of each circle 6 Lift up ends of each circle to the center to form with your fingers rhombuses-like Fatayers, like on the photo 😉 7 Put the Fatayers on a baking paper: bake for 15 minutes at 220C 8 Serve with a vegetable soup or black coffee !