Posts Under ‘Main Dishes’ Category

Mmm mm mm Minestrone!

Hello Everyone! Soup season is almost over! This years’ winter was very mild here in Hamburg. It didn’t go below zero and snowed maybe twice. It was gray and windy and cold though! To celebrate the end of the soup season I am happy to present my Minestrone recipe! Like almost  everything that came out… Continue Reading →

TVP (Soy Curls) Shawarma

Greetings! Today, my recipe for Shawarma, aka Döner (in Turkey and Germany) or Gyro (in Greece) – famous, popular, and cheap street food in many Middle Eastern and Mediterranean countries. My Shawarma has a wonderful mixture of spices, and it is mixed with bell peppers, onions, and today I even added some mushrooms that I had…. Continue Reading →

Rainy Day Lentil Soup

Greetings! Today I am happy to present my recipe for a very rich and hearty and delicious lentil soup. It is cold outside; windy and wet, the days are dark, and I do have a tiny cute baby that keeps me busy around the clock. Yet I insist on cooking freshly every evening and soup is… Continue Reading →

Singapore Noodles

Do you know the joke about this guy who went to China on a business trip and when he came back and handed in his expenses the HR manager called him and asked how come he ate at a Chinese restaurant every evening? This joke is one of my dad’s favorites. He was a sailor… Continue Reading →

Gyoza / Jiaozi / Pot-Stickers 101

Greetings! This is an old post, one of my firsts; I recently edited it and added some new photos. Enjoy! Gyozas are one of those things that everyone I know loves; who can say no to tiny thingies filled with yummy stuff, then fried, then steamed? Or just fried or just steamed? Not me that’s… Continue Reading →

Carrots, Ginger, Coconut Milk & Stuff Soup

This is one of my favorite soups, I combined in it all the flavors that I like: my beloved coconut milk, lime juice, curry paste, miso and of course, the one and only, cilantro. Two points that are making this a winning soup: Instead of carrots you can use pumpkin or sweet potato (yes, these… Continue Reading →

Capellini Pomodoro

Ciao! Lately we eat a lot of Pasta. Such a lovely comfort food for cold and dark winter days; always delicious and simple to make. Most of the time we have everything around so no wonder it’s a fast solution for tired evenings when the other option is Thai take-out. Not planning on inventing the… Continue Reading →

Ptitim Paella

Greetings! First, some credits: An Israeli blog, non-vegan, called “Ptitim”, yes yes, just like the main ingredient of this dish. The blog is known for simplicity, awesome photos and crazy fusion of tastes and ingredients. I have seen the Ptitim Paella there for the first time. I also used the Paella recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi,… Continue Reading →

Hearty Chili

Greetings!  Winter is coming and therefore the need for something hearty, warm, “stewy” and in my case also colorful and rich with flavors! My chili is simple to make, I am sure that by now you realized that I am a big fan of doing a serious prep work and then throwing it all in… Continue Reading →

Mexican Fiesta

¡Hola The first time I ate Mexican food was when I moved to NYC; before that I had no clue about the Mexican cuisine and was happy to discover how colorful, fresh and vegan friendly it can be (back then I was only a vegetarian though). Today I am happy to present to you my… Continue Reading →

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