Balsamic Vinegar Reduction

    This Balsamic Vinegar Reduction is perfect on salads, especially Caprese Salad. But it’s really good on some toast of appetizers too. Once I tasted balsamic vinegar reduction at a restaurant, over some garlic bread, it was so delicious so I wanted to make it at home. It’s a quick and simple process and all you need is balsamic vinegar. After that, you can serve on a salad, toast, or a crostini. It will taste really good. After you cook it, the balsamic vinegar will have a mild kinda sweet taste and it amazing in salads, I love it very much. 🙂 Ingredients: 300 ml of balsamic vinegar It’s so easy to make…

  • Hummus with Roasted Peppers

    Hummus with Roasted Peppers

    This Hummus with Roasted Peppers is one of my favorites. It’s super tasty and extremely easy to make. It’s healthy and suitable for the entire family. Ingredients: 150 g of chickpeas 3 small roasted peppers salt and pepper garlic powder a teaspoon of olive oil water from the chickpeas, as much as you need a tablespoon of lemon juice 1/4 a teaspoon  of caraway seeds (optional) Start by soaking the chickpeas overnight. The next day, discard the water, wash them again and cook for 30 minutes, or until they’re soft. Be sure to add enough water to cover them. Remember to save some of the cooking water, save 1 cup to…


    Cauliflower Spread

    This Cauliflower Spread it’s like nothing you’ve ever tasted before. It’s super creamy, delicious and easy to make. Give it a try. Ingredients: 1 head of cauliflower 100 ml of mayonnaise (here is my vegan mayonnaise recipe) salt and pepper 1/2 an onion, chopped or grated Cut the cauliflower into florets and wash it really good. Add it to a pot, add 1/2 a teaspoon of salt and cover with water. Cook until the cauliflower is tender. You can also steam the cauliflower, instead of cooking it in water. Put the cauliflower florets into a sifter, mash them with a fork and let them stay for 1 hour, to get rid of…

  • Fluffy Hummus

    How to Make Fluffy Hummus

    Did you ever made hummus at home, and you simply couldn’t make it so fluffy as the one from the store? I know, I understand you, I’ve been there way too many times. I would make hummus at home, it was delicious but my husband didn’t really like it because it was not as fluffy and airy like the one from the supermarket. Today, I decided to make again, to see what I’m doing wrong, or what I didn’t add to my hummus, and to stop buying it, since I can easily make it at home. Ingredients: 150 g of cooked and peeled chickpeas 2 tablespoons of grapeseed oil salt…


    Pesto Salad (to Spread on Bread)

    I found this Pesto Salad recipe on the internet and it looked so yummy that I really wanted to try it. It’s very simple and easy to make. Ingredients: 3 small potatoes 1 can of tuna (drained) 1 tablespoon of pesto 2 tablespoon of mayonnaise salt and pepper chives and parsley leaves Cook the potatoes with the skin on until they’re cooked through. Peel and mash them with a fork. Put the potatoes in a big bowl, add the pesto, mayonnaise, salt and pepper, drained tuna, chives and parsley and mix together. You can find the recipe here.


    How To: 5-minute Vegan Mayonnaise

    I like this mayonnaise very much because it takes only 5 minutes to make and it’s very good. Usually, we don’t eat mayonnaise, only when I’m making a salad, like mushroom or eggplant salad which is very rare. My mother in law showed me how she makes this mayonnaise. She also makes the traditional mayonnaise very easy, she puts all the ingredients in the blender jar and blends for 5 minutes and it’s done. Ingredients: 50 ml of unsweetened soy milk 100 ml of grapeseed or sunflower oil salt and pepper to taste 1 tablespoon of lemon juice 1 teaspoon of mustard (optional) If you use 50 ml of soy milk,…