These easy homemade Italian Strawberry Muffins are super moist and filled with fresh strawberries, and can be made in minutes with your KitchenAid. They’re like ME-TIME in a patty pan. Just add a hot mug of coffee or tea. 😉
Sometimes the smallest things can set off a bout of homesickness. Thankfully though, sometimes the simplest things can cure it. These super easy Strawberry Muffins were our 30 minute cure during a rather strong bout of homesickness while we were overseas, so we thought we’d share their delicious goodness in case you need a sweet little pick-me-up too.
Wandering through the middle of South East Asia was a heck of an adventure.
We were so lucky to see, try and taste so many zany new foods, but the longer we travelled, the more we started to miss…
Flavours that reminded us of home when it all got a bit too hard.
Ready to eat? Temaki sushi is a fun and easy way to make sushi at home. Also known as “hand-rolled” sushi, you simply wrap yakinori seaweed sheets around yummy sushi rice and your favourite fillings to form a cone shape. All the goodness of sushi without the fuss, made even easier with the Tefal 45 in 1 Rice & Multi Cooker.
Have you ever wanted to make sushi at home but thought it would be too hard?
Maybe you don’t have a rolling mat? Or maybe it always seemed like far too much work to roll and slice your own sushi – that is, if you could pull it off without the whole thing turning into a messy pile of seaweed and rice…
Well then, never fear: Temaki Sushi is here!
Whether you’re hungry for a piping hot breakfast or midday snack, this Dan Bing Tuna Egg Crepe recipe is here to satisfy. Crispy on the outside – soft and chewy on the inside – and bursting with savoury deliciousness, you won’t believe just how easy it is to make your own Taiwanese breakfast crepe.
Taiwan was such a surprising country, and we fell in love with it way, WAY more than we ever expected.
If you’ve never been there, or never thought of adding it to your holiday plans, you should probably go rectify that.
Like, right now. 😛
We touched down in the Taiwanese Capital City of Taipei with pretty much ZERO ideas of what to expect from this tiny country, its local people, or their culture.
Oh boy, Taiwan was a shock to the system – in the most awesome way possible.
Our first impression though… where the heck is everyone?
We’ve found the perfect peanut hoisin sauce for rice paper rolls, and it’s ready in less than 5 minutes! This dipping sauce is packed with crunchy crushed peanut and the perfect sweet and salty flavour. So grab your cold rolls, summer rolls or homemade rice paper rolls and let’s get dipping!
We’re feeling lucky and grateful today. The sun is shining, the weather is warm, and it’s making us think about all the cooling salads and refreshing green things we can make to eat.
So it seems like the perfect time to share one of our all-time favourite super simple recipes for this quick and easy peanut hoisin sauce that is so-damn-good for dipping fresh rice paper rolls (or cold rolls, or summer rolls, or whichever name you know them by!).
Because we’d never judge if you want to enjoy these kinds of healthy things with an extra dab of flavour or two…
… especially if it’s in the form of this peanut hoisin sauce. 😉
This rustic Italian recipe for Pasta all Amatriciana is perfect for a weeknight meal. Quick and easy to make, Pasta all Amatriciana has a gorgeously rich tomato sauce, smoky pancetta, a hint of chilli and freshly grated pecorino romano cheese weaved through Garofalo pasta.
This recipe is a celebration of all things Italian cuisine.
Hailing from the mountainous town of Amatrice in the 1600s, this rustic Italian shepherd’s recipe uses ingredients that were readily available to shepherds to keep them warm through bitter winters.
They would use:
- Guanciale or pancetta from their pigs,
- Tomatoes and onions from the orchards,
- Pecorino cheese made from sheep’s milk,
- And fresh pasta made by their wives.