Have you noticed that cultures with similar food habits and ingredients, and climate, tend to have similar dishes. It was huge revelation for me was, when I discovered the Mexican equivalent of bruschettas. They are called molletes, they contain melted cheese, mashed beans, tomato, avocado, coriander and ... ENOUGH! Read the recipe on your own, cause I am already drooling on my keyboard.Read More
A traditional Portuguese dish with a twist!
It's almost a month since we returned from Madeira and I already started reminiscing the island's indolence, the steep cliffs and the gigantic tropical trees. But what I miss the most are the irrestistable Portugese dishes; red fish soups, roast beef, tropical fruits in every corner and the ceviche fish and seafood.
The other day, I made for you homemade pesto and I promised to share with you my favorite recipes with pesto: So, there we go:
A warm slice of bread with a little butter on, some omato slices, prosciutto, a fried egg and a spoonful of pesto. And your day could not start in a better way.
I am a pasta girl, but sometimes a dish of gnocchi with fresh onion, chopped parsley and pesto is exactly what you need.
Corn on the cob with feta cheese, pesto and plenty of slat and pepper.
So, what would you do with your pesto?