On Saturday morning my partner asked me to go to brunch. I weighed the pros and cons. The cons outweighed the single pro so I decided to make Çılbır (turkish eggs) and charge him $25.
Chickpea Shakshuka is a recipe I make a lot. It was delicious. What you’ll need: 🔪 3 eggs, the fresher the better 200 gr of canned tomatoes (crushed, no condiments) 1/2 cup red bell pepper, diced 1/2 cup r white onion, diced 1 cup chickpeas 2-3 garlic cloves, minced 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper (optional, if you like spice!) 2 teaspoons of cumin 1 teaspoon of sweet paprika salt & pepper to taste 2 tablespoons of parsley, chopped bread, to garnish Method: 🍅 In a large pan (if you have a cast iron skillet, use that!) at medium heat add olive oil, followed by the peppers, onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper. Then add the sweet paprika and cumin. Cook at medium heat this for about 15 minutes or until the onion and peppers are very soft. Add the chickpeas and stir. Add the canned tomatoes and squish them around with the mixture. Let the sauce simmer for 10 minutes, then add the eggs and cover them. Cook for 6 minutes, remove from the heat and top it with …
No-fuss, simple vegan pancakes. It’s the Sunday morning of a long weekend and to be honest, having no structure makes me a little depressed. So what do you do on a Sunday morning? You make vegan pancakes.
Since March my eating habits have changed drastically. Blame it on the pseudo-Texan lockdown or the world being upside down, but I now tend to get hungry after 11 am. Brunch territory is a place I love so I’m always trying to keep interesting, even if I’m making a loved staple such as Sweet Potato Hash.
These are perfect for the weekend or when you have a couple of days off and just feel like pancakes would be the most glorious thing to eat. I made these for breakfast, but honestly, I would have them for dinner whenever.
Picture this: It’s a slow weekend morning and you have a little extra time to make your eggs a little more perfect. Why not treat yourself in a simple way? Slow, luxurious scrambled eggs are very easy to make, and they make you feel like royalty.
Shakshouka is a dish that I’ve been making for years and in different iterations. So naturally, when I saw that one of my favorite Instagram accounts TheDelicious made a green shakshouka, I was like… uhm I need this. There’s something about Sarah (the lovely woman who owns the account) that embodies the true beauty of food, and as her handle and blog describes, how delicious life can be. One of her recipes that I just adore is a green shakshouka. I took it and made my version.