I just wanted to have something Indian the other night. A vegetarian fish masala is not a dish I make very often but this was exactly what I craved for. Recipe Notes: I used Vegetarian Fragrant Seaweed Soy Slices in this recipe. The description of the product doesn’t suggest fish. However, it is the best… Continue reading Recipe: Vegetarian Fish Masala
Guacamole (or Guac as we call it sometimes) is a dip made out of avocados and chillies. It is an absolute Mexican classic which is creamy, zingy and quite kicky. However, the last one is up to you. We like it hot but not mind (or bum) numbingly hot. Recipe Notes for Guacamole: A Mexican… Continue reading Guacamole: A Mexican Classic
I make these toothpick appetizers every time I have a party and add them to the rest of the finger food I serve. They really add a kind of freshness to the rest of the party food items. Recipe Notes on Bambini Bocconcini It took me ages to find a good quality baby bocconcini for… Continue reading Finger Food: Toothpick Appetizers
My husband and I are celebrating our 15th wedding anniversary this year. It has been a journey but a really good one. And like we always do, we decided to celebrate our wedding anniversary at Bentley’s. Well, we weren’t going back to The Gantry, that’s for sure. If you want to know why, here’s my… Continue reading Celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary at Bentley’s
Cacık (Turkish Yoghurt and Cucumber Dip) What is Cacık? It is basically Turkish version of Tzatziki. Traditionally, it is made out of diluted yoghurt which sets it apart from its Greek cousin. Cacık or Turkish Yoghurt and Cucumber Dip is an important part of Turkish cuisine. It is a great accompaniment to certain main dishes… Continue reading Cacık (Turkish Yoghurt and Cucumber Dip)
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I remember having an incredibly primitive recipe notebook many years ago. I used to scribble down every new recipe in it along with my regulars that I made at the time. At the time, I used to talk to our neighbours, my Mum’s friends and even the ladies at our local fresh produce market for… Continue reading Carrot and Yoghurt Meze or Yoğurtlu Havuç Ezme
I have had this spinach and feta crepe recipe for a long time. It was based on a traditional Turkish crepe called Akıtma. Namely, my Mum’s recipe. The difference between akıtma and crepes is this: crepes are thicker when cooked whereas akıtma is incredibly thin and delicate. Hence more difficult to make. My crepe recipe… Continue reading Leek and Feta Crepes, VegFusion Style