Eh?? Wait! What?! Is it September already?? It’s finally springtime in Australia! Today I will share with you my September Menu Plan, a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
I love today’s recipe. These Sourdough Crêpes are very versatile and they taste so good!
June 2020 Menu Plan
And just like that it’s June already! Time has flown these weeks, as we have spent most of them at home. Stay safe everyone! Even if you may be allowed out, keep practicing social distancing, and wear a mask! Today I will share with you my June Menu Plan, a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
May 2020 Menu Plan
Wow, it’s almost May already! Time has flown these weeks, as we have spent them at home. Stay safe everyone! Stay home and cook some comforting food for your loved ones, while we all wait for the worst to pass. Today I will share with you my May Menu Plan, a month worth of mouth-watering…
April 2020 Menu Plan
Wow, it’s almost April already! Easter will come soon as well, yet our lives have changed a lot in the past few weeks. Stay safe everyone! Stay home and cook some comforting food for your loved ones, while we all wait for the worst to pass. Today I will share with you my April Menu…
Chocolate Crema Catalana
I am a huge fan of today’s recipe. This Chocolate Crema Catalana is to die for. Totally my kind of dessert!
Low Fodmap Masala Omelette
I have a special recipe to share with you today and I am sure you will love it: Low Fodmap Masala Omelette.
Today I will share with you a traditional recipe from the region of South Tyrol, in the Alpine area of Italy that borders with Austria: Kaiserschmarrn.
October Menu Plan
Today’s post is a special one. In fact, I will not just share ONE recipe with all of you, but I will share a month worth of delicious recipes in this October Menu Plan.
Low Fodmap Tuna Fried Rice
I am so happy to share today’s recipe. This Low Fodmap Tuna Fried Rice is on my menu at least once a week. That’s how good it is! I simply love it and it makes for the perfect meatless meal (yet, it’s still packed with proteins and vitamins).
Today, I am going to share a French recipe that I often make at home: Blueberry Clafoutis. It is made with simple, pantry staples, that I am sure you already have at home!
Ham and Cheese Frittata Roll
Frittata is my favourite way to eat eggs. My mother would make it once a week: Saturday at lunch. I love the fact that you can add many different ingredients and turn it into a completely new dish every time. The one I used to like the most while growing up was with fried potatoes,…
Lime Leaf Crème Brûlée
Today’s recipe was born as an experiment. It’s spring here in Sydney and my lime tree has got lots of new leaves. When I touched them, I got overwhelmed by their delicious aroma. In the south of Italy, lemon leaves are often used in cooking, so I thought of experimenting with the lime leaves instead….
Sicilian Ricotta Crêpes
Today I will share with you a recipe that I have recently come up with while trying to finish off a few leftovers. If you follow Manu’s Menu, you already know that quite a few of my recipes come to life in this way. I hate wasting food… so I always try to be creative…
Rose Meringue Sandwiches
I made these Rose Meringue Sandwiches for my daughter’s 8th birthday party. The theme was “high tea” and as I was also making a Rosette Cake for the occasion, I thought of making rose shaped meringues. In Italy, bakeries or sweet shops often sell meringues, plain or dipped in chocolate and I wanted to somehow…
Portuguese Custard Tarts
As you know, I am travelling at the moment, so I thought of asking some of my favourite food blogger friends to come over and share some of their amazing creations with all of you! I told you I would leave you in great company, right? I am very excited about today’s guest. I have met…
Raspberry Dutch Baby Pancake with Hazelnuts
As you know, I am travelling at the moment, so I thought of asking some of my favourite food blogger friends to come over and share some of their amazing creations with all of you! I told you I would leave you in great company, right? Today we start this little guest post series with…
While growing up, Saturday lunch was usually a frittata at my place. My mum has always loved frittata and it was a good weekly break from our pasta, fish and meat meals. I used to go to school on Saturdays (yep, we used to go to school 6 days a week…) and I would come…
Milk puddings and custards are slowly replacing chocolate as my favourite kind of dessert. While I used to always order anything with the word chocolate written on the menu when eating out, I have recently discovered that I prefer different flavoured creamy desserts. One that I have always loved (even during my chocoholic years) is…
Crespelle Cake with Broccoli
A few months ago, I shared with you the recipe for another Crespelle “cake” made with asparagus and I liked it so much that I decided to make it again using other vegetables. This time, it’s broccoli. I adore broccoli, it is one of my favourite vegetables. I have adapted a classic pairing of Italian cuisine…
Brutti ma Buoni
It’s been a while since I have posted one of my Regional Italian recipes, so I think it’s time to publish one. This is a recipe that is very dear to me, as it is one that we would often make at home when we had some egg whites left over from other recipes. It…
Passion fruit Béarnaise Sauce
This month, the Daring Cooks got a little saucy! Jenni from the Gingered Whisk taught us the basics of how to make the five mother-sauces and encouraged us to get creative with them, creating a wide variety of delicious, fresh sauces in our very own kitchens. I was really thrilled by this challenge! I make some sauces…