All the spicy flavour of African Berbere spices made for salted popcorn. This gluten-free Ethiopian Style Spicy Popcorn Recipe is a MUST HAVE movie snack. Easy to make, super moreish, and suitable for vegans and vegetarians too.
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So as I sit here and type, this lovely big bowl of Ethiopian Style Spicy Popcorn is poking its head up from behind my laptop.
Staring at me.
Begging me to munch it all in one fell swoop.
Because as you know with popcorn, one bite is all it takes. And trust me. One little morsel of freshly popped corn dusted in aromatic berbere spices, and you’ll be totally hooked.
Authentic Hungarian Goulash (Gulyas) is the ULTIMATE comfort food. What’s not to love about slow-simmered beef and potatoes infused with spicy paprika and homemade csipetke egg noodles? Perfect for a hungry winter’s dinner, or freeze ahead for a satisfyingly lazy lunch.
Okay, forget the famous Budapest Chain Bridge, or the ancient Fisherman’s Bastion. This Traditional Hungarian Goulash always brings us back to the incredible night when we first learned this recipe.
You see, calling it just ‘thunder’ seems a bit underwhelming, because the storm we experienced that night was INSANE.
In a scary, exciting… not-sure-if-we’re-gonna-die kind of way.
A simple, fresh and zesty salad full of flavour and ready in less than 5 minutes. This 4 Ingredient Italian Fennel and Orange Salad is a light and satisfying side dish, a super quick snack, or a healthy lunch.
Hey guys, hope you’re having an awesome week so far. Despite the horrible rainy weather we’re still having in Adelaide (enough already, weather-man) ours has been going great.
Yesterday we tried our hands at screen printing our very own hand-cut designs on tea towels at Gallery 1855 (if you haven’t seen them already you can check them out on our Instagram page).
And today we’ve been having a ball, cooking up brand new recipes left, right and centre, and we’re super keen to share everything with you over the next few weeks.
In the meantime though, we’ve got a quick question for you:
A super juicy, super tender Italian Roast Chicken recipe cooked completely without oil. All you get is soft, moist, white chicken with a crinkly, crispy skin. It’s the perfect easy Italian roast dinner recipe you’ve been looking for.
Sitting here in our cosy home-office, we’re thankful for the life we’ve created for ourselves and the people who have helped us along the way. For the roof over our heads and for the food on our table and for being able to share it all with you guys every week.
But.. if we’re completely honest… There’s a little something we’re missing from our travelling past-life.
And it’s got something to do with those spontaneous, life-changing decisions that lead to unforgettable adventures (and tasty international cuisines 😉 ) just like this one.
A savoury delight, this thick and hearty Snert Dutch Split Pea Soup (Erwtensoep) is just like a warm hug from Grandma on a cold winter’s day. And! This bowl of smoky goodness tastes just as good as its name. We swear!
Can we all just bask in the glory of that name for a second, before I pull out its other Dutch name?
ERWTENSOEP. (Pronounced: Air-ten-soup)
Oh god how we love these names! They’re almost as good as the dish itself.
But no matter what you call this Dutch Split Pea Soup, we’re sure you’re going to love it.