Risotto is easy to make and the combination of ingredients is unlimited which means that I am never bored to eat them. This time, I decided to use the Brussels sprout top which is something pretty unusual for me, but that is the second time that I get it from the vegetable box. Last time,…
Risotto with Brussels sprout top and Butternut
Pain aux raisins
Since I am following a strict diet which excludes dairy product and eggs, I found it pretty frustrating to not be able to buy pastries. I am a sweet tooth and buying some pastries was a treat that I used to get some time to time. Not that frequently because I am baking a brioche…
Buddha bowl for lunch box with rice, beetroot, carrots, daikon, chickpea and crispy tofu
When I collect the vegetable box from Tower Green Hamlet on Friday night or Saturday morning, I get my mind set for preparing all the weekly dishes toward what is inside. Usually, one of the lunch is a big salad. Indeed, I found it really rewarding to make a delicious salad with extra fresh vegetables,…
Risotto with beetroots and spinach
With the grey and long winter, it is always appreciated to get some colour on your plate. One of the most convenient ingredients in winter for doing that is beetroot. They are in season and therefore cheap to buy and they are full of colour. After sharing the recipe of spaghetti with beetroots, this time is…
Risotto with leeks, kalette and homemade kale powder
Risotto is something that I discovered pretty lately but that I really enjoyed making and eating it. It is part of a couple of recipe that I have that make endless combinations such as lasagne, stir fry… This risotto is made with a lot of greens such as leek, kalette (this vegetable is a mix…
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I am Pauline, French and passionate about food, I like trying new recipe and reproducing French flavours with English ingredients. Cooking is part of my lifestyle.
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