As often happens, I found two ripe bananas in the kitchen, and decided to use them as a base for quick muffins. Continue reading “Spiced Banana, Walnut and Chocolate Muffins, with Chocolate Frosting”
The following tasty dish is quick and easy to make, and will fill your kitchen with amazing earthy fragrances. Continue reading “Chicken Thighs with Mushrooms and Chestnuts in Red Wine Sauce”
The Sephardic cuisine offers quite a few versions for Burekitas, small hand pastries, with various types of dough and fillings (check THIS post for more information about them). Continue reading “Burekitas with Zucchini-Tomato filling”
Cheese cakes are my favorite cakes, but, at the same time, I find them quite heavy and too sweet, not to mention it takes quite a bit of time to prepare and bake them properly.
So, I went on a mission to create a quick, lighter and less sweet version of cheese cake. I tried low-fat cream cheeses, but didn’t like the taste or texture. Instead, I’ve decided to try to bake a cake using thick yogurt, and just loved the results. Continue reading “Yogurt, Dried Apricots and Pistachios Squares”