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July 9, 2020

Easy Majudara Recipe – just lentils and rice

Posted on April 15, 2020 by in vegetarian

Easy Majudara Recipe

This easy Easy Majudara Recipe is money saver and it is damn tasty too. It is just proof that, basic ingredients, treated with care, can be so good. The Easy Majudara Recipe is a simple combination of lentils, rice, and onions and has its origin the Middle East. It is so comforting but not overly […]

Easy Baked Rice Casserole

Posted on March 26, 2020 by in baked goods, rice

Easy Baked Rice Casserole

The Easy Baked Rice Casserole came as a result of cleaning the vegetable section of the fridge. Oh my, and was it delicious. My Easy Baked Rice Casserole is also ideal to freeze in portions for the kids at college and university. Good grub, filling and like a blank canvas for you to use whatever […]

Salmon Fillets for your Valentine

Posted on February 13, 2020 by in seafood

Baked Salmon Fillets

Salmon Fillets for your Valentine, of course, only the best will do. These salmon fillets from Three Streams are prime cuts and how else will you win the heart of your beloved than by giving him/her the best. By now you should know I do not like to over-complicate matters, so I will keep it […]

Whipped Blue Cheese Spread

Posted on June 5, 2019 by in cheese

Whipped Blue Cheese

Whipped Blue Cheese is a thing of dreams. Whipped Blue Cheese is delicious on toast and crackers, but then you try it on a juicy steak, in a baked potato or melted in a hearty soup and you have yourself a winner. To make the Whipped Blue Cheese, literally takes less than 5 minutes so […]

Mexican Grilled Chicken

Posted on March 28, 2019 by in Chicken

Mexican Grilled Chicken

We had a Mexican Grilled Chicken Feast – sticky fingers, messy plates and lots of yummee in our tummies. The Mexican Grilled Chicken is the easiest thing to make and think about it…… you can have chicken and veg (boring, boring) or you can have this feast. I made the chicken in my oven last […]

Poke Bowls – healthy and delicious!

Posted on March 26, 2019 by in seafood

Poke Bowls

Poke Bowls or Poké Bowls are the new craze in my family. The kids love it and I love them for eating so healthy. There is really nothing unhealthy or bad about what’s in a poke bowl. Think of it as sushi in a bowl. Poke Bowls are not from Japanese origin as I have […]

Airfryer Pork Chops Sesame Soy Honey

Posted on February 16, 2019 by in pork

Airfryer Pork Chops

Airfryer Pork Chops – What? Yes, Airfryer pork chops. Pork chops made in a Philips Airfryer. It is true, it is possible, it is quick and it is delicious. Lately I have had so many comments on my site, people asking questions on social media and my email, about Airfryers. In other words, frying without […]

Giving you More for Meatless Monday

Posted on October 29, 2018 by in vegetarian

Easy Mushroom Ramen

Meatless Monday: it’s one of my favourite days, and some of my favourite recipes of Nina’s are in fact, meatless. But, before we get into the swing of things, I think I should open with a disclaimer and introduce myself. Hi to all of Nina’s regular readers, my name is ‘Q the Intern’ and I […]

Baked Ravioli with Goats Cheese

Posted on October 3, 2018 by in pasta

Baked Ravioli

Baked Ravioli in a rich tomato sauce, topped with cheese and baked to perfection. This is the stuff dreams are made of. Baked ravioli is just normal ravioli,  but baked to give a crusty edge and melted cheese. In other words, classic Italian, just perfected. I saw this recipe on Di from Bibby’s Kitchen Instagram […]

Beef Carpaccio with Horseradish Cream

Posted on September 16, 2018 by in beef

Beef Carpaccio

Beef Carpaccio – very easy, very posh and very, very delicious. especially is served with all the trimmings I will discuss in this post. So you can show off with pleasure, the treat is on me. For Beef Carpaccio you can use any beef that has been thinly sliced very thinly, spiced and served raw or […]