Chicken Roquefort

One Sunday evening, I prepared a dinner with wine in our flat since I have been itching to make this Chicken Roquefort which my flat mate in Paris made before. Instead of eating it with baguette, I used rice hehe. First things first, I boiled the red rice which was pre-soaked for an hour. While…

Oreo Chocolate Truffles

This is probably one of the easiest way to make candies! What I did was to crush one bag of Oreos until they are just a little bit chunky. Then mix one container (their regular size) of Philadelphia cheese, mix until consistent. Then make them into balls. I refrigerated it while melting the chocolate cover….

Sunday Lunch

I am still alive but very very busy from moving from one country to another. I am back in Spain but will be in France next week. Weekdays are spent working on my thesis and weekends.. I don’t know where they went. Today is an exception though, as last night my right eye suddenly had…

Creamy Spinach, Crispy Bacon

My current life status is pretty constant, meaning no field works foreseen in the near future, meaning I can stay at home and cook. 🙂 Here’s my old time easypeasy favorite pasta meal. It’s so good and so cheap too! I discovered this recipe when my Dutch room mate in Germany decided to have spinach,…

Easy Smores

Summer meant having lots of barbecue parties, or picnics, or beach parties. If we don’t have the luxury of time or resources to go outside, we can do it at home! One summer treat that we all love are smores. It’s a traditional campfire food, by roasting marshmallows and sandwiching it over graham crackers. Its…

Avotoast

This morning I decided to create an Avocado toast as I miss making them. Prepared with whole grain wheat bread (toasted with butter on a pan). Then I used one avocado for the two of us, scooping them out and sprinkling salt and chili flakes. Then I fried up two eggs with paprika, salt and…

Indian Mango Smoothie

Growing up, I used to eat a lot (A LOT) of Indian Mangoes during summer. It is so abundant and readily available during hot seasons. It is also not usually sold in the markets as you can literally pick it up in your backyard (or your neighbors). I love to eat it with bagoong or shrimp…