I love my life as a food blogger and it’s everydayness. It’s not a glamorous job nor a less stressful job. I love spending all day alone and work in my cramped kitchen, I love talking about food, reading food article and all writings relating to food.
This potato, mushroom and tomato tart is bursting with flavour. A free-form tart is easier to throw together than a pie and it’s a great way to dress up a potato, mushroom and tomato. No fuss and you don’t have to make a perfect look tart. Continue Reading
These crispy eggplant wraps with dukkah are packed with flavour and full with nutrient. With its crispy panko-dukkah crumb, these Middle Eastern-inspired wraps will become a go-to for meatless Monday. Continue Reading
This salmon and cauliflower rice bowl inspired by machboos. In Bahrain machboos commonly regarded as a national dish, but this dish can be also found served in other Persian Gulf countries such as Kuwait and Qatar. The dish is usually made with pulao (pilaf/rice) and either chicken, meat or even fish. But this time I replaced the white rice with cauliflower rice and served it with grilled salmon and tabbouleh salad. Continue Reading
The combination of potato and peanut sauce is no stranger for me. Even so the Dutch war fries (patatje oorlog) still unfamiliar to me. The combination of fries, peanut sauce, mayonnaise and raw onion piqued my interest. But I have no plans for a trip to Netherland in the near future. Maybe I should make it at home, or make my own version of it. Continue Reading