Lilly’s culurgiones, Sardinian ravioli with mint and potatoes

Culurgiones Sardinian ravioli

We had a wonderful time at B&B Monte Lora in San Vito where we had a cooking demonstration with Lilly: we learnt how to make culurgiones, Sardinian ravioli with mint, potatoes and pecorino cheese.   The dough is made with Continue reading

Breaded soft-boiled egg with herbs

Oeuf mollet pané aux herbes sèches

I just love eggs! Hard-boiled, soft-boiled, poached, fried, scrambled, omelet, they are just so good. Of course, it is very important to buy them organic and super fresh. You can really taste the difference when they are good quality eggs. Continue reading

Molten chocolate cake with azuki beans

I really wanted to share with you this deliciously soft and light molten chocolate cake recipe made with red Japanese azuki beans. It’s a very nice and gluten free recipe that will help you eat more legume, full of proteins Continue reading

Caramelized hazelnuts and almonds, homemade praline

That is a very simple and completely addictive sweet that will make you go nuts! It is great as a present, to decorate your cakes and desserts, or to make your own praline. You just have to mix them in Continue reading

Summer vegetables and beans spread

Here is a very simple and versatile recipe to use your vegetables and legumes leftovers. Mix them with some seasoning and here you go: a tasty spread on a toast with some salad and you have a light and healthy Continue reading

Dark chocolate and Brazil nuts granola

Another Gordon Ramsay’s recipe! I know, I’m a big fan 🙂 But here is my version of the recipe with dark chocolate, because I like healthy food but I like it yummy! So I added my favourite nuts to the Continue reading

Flavia’s cantucci: Italian almond biscuits

Cantucci are little light and crunchy almond biscuits, perfect for breakfast or afternoon tea. You can store it for days in a tin box. It is pretty famous in the Mediterranean area: cantucci is the Italian version, in France it Continue reading

Home made yoghurt with stewed strawberries and rhubarb

Have you ever thought about investing in a yoghurt-maker to make your own yoghurts at home? You really should! I bought mine two years ago, and it’s awesome. First of all, you don’t have to be a great cook to Continue reading

Apricot, pistachio and almond cream tart

A golden crust with a delicious almond and pistachio cream, some juicy and sour apricots… so good! Baking a home made tart, from dough to fillings is not so complicated. Here is what I learnt at the pastry school. I’ll Continue reading