This is the kind of dessert, my greatgrandmother would serve her family after Sunday lunch... I actually have this for breakfast sometimes;-)
I good friend opened a Pie Factory recently, which inspired me to invent my own vegetarian versions... This one is another family favourite - with caramelized onions and creamy goat cheese - yummy!!!
A "show-off" dessert, that is not too complicate to make... Instead of fresh passionfruit pulp you can use any other tropical fruit such as mango or papaya as well.
... I found this recipe at Jamie Olivers brilliant web page and adapted it to be suitable for a gluten free dinner for guests. I prepared the lasagna in four medium sized dishes and put them in the oven when my guests arrived.
I found the base for this great recipe on the american website FOOD52 and adapted it to my personal taste reducing sugar and fats and introducing whole spelt flour instead of white wheat flour. The cake is moist and rich and has a lovely crunch at the same time.
Sometimes the most amazing recipes evolve from improvising. The other day I found a lovely vegan Shepard Pie recipe from Jamie Oliver which I wanted to cook right away. Unfortunately I had not even half of the needed ingredients - so I came up with my own version and created this very yummy vegetable pie.
Millet is one of the basic grains I use - it is gluten free, inexpensive and can be easily combined with all kind of ingredients. It is the perfect match for kohlrabi, but you can try to fill any other vegetable with it as well.
Nearly all my friends have a family recipe for apple cake... this one is inspired by a very old cookbook from my mother. It is not only very tasty, but also easy to make.
We all know pickled beetroots (see my favourite recipe here), but have you ever tried to make a beetroot soup? Apart from the spectacular colour, it has a lovely taste and is full of iron and other minerals...
A lovely alternative to the traditional lasagna with minced meat - and a good way to convince your kids to eat their veggies;-)