After really busy weekend I needed a vitamin boost. Partying on Friday had its influence too 😉
Ready, steady, go!
- Cut one big pear and 3 kiwis
- Add some water, honey and teaspoon chia seeds
- Put all in a blender
- Drink it 😊
I found this simple recipe at one of my favourite blogs – Agnieszka Maciąg website.
What you need is:
- 100g horseradish
- 100g honey
- 1/2 cup
Slice the horseradish, put everything in a food processor and let the mixture rest for an hour.
Pour it onto gaza and squeeze to have all the liquid – this will be your syrup.
Take one spoon 3 or 4 times a day.
How to make sponge-cake omelette?
This recipe requires only 2 ingredients:
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons flour
Seperate whites from yolks. Mix yolks with flour and whisk the whites (add pinch of salt). Than mix it all together.
Put some oil on a frying pan, middle heat. Fry both sides.
Serve with your favourite fruits, jam, maple syrup. Whipped cream is perfect if you ask me 😉
Around 5 years ago I visited Lublin for the first time and I just loved it.
Well the city is its people, so yes I did love it so much because I met amazing people and you know what? We still are friends and Lublin apart from my home town is city in Poland I visit the most 😁.
Wanna know my favourite spots in Lublin? Here they are 🙂 – in random order
- Charcia Łapa – restaurantIt’s a modern restaurant with short and simple menu. You will find there something Italian like pizza and pasta but also burgers and fish. I went for gnocchi with mushrooms which were tasty and delicate. Liked it a lot! ❤ Service was excellent! Our waiter knew the menu and could advise on what to have.
- Aqua Lublin – SPA, swimming pool, water parkMaybe the spa wasn’t the quietest I’ve been to but I like the hot pool outside the building – on the picture above. 75 minutes cost 20 PLN.
- Old Town
Nice views, lots of restaurants and pubs. What else do I need to say 😉
Amazing glass rooftop, big events like TEDx, gallery, concerts – check their website for the latest program.
5. Dom Kultury – club
Somehow everytime I’m in Lublin I go there.
Depending on a day they have gigs with live music or dj sets. Their big asset is to have Tancereczka near them. Try pear vodka there. 👌🏻
So What do you think? Wanna go to Lublin? 🙂
Really easy and quick recipe. Perfect for dinner with friends as you can feed 6 people with this dish. 😉
So get ready and prepare:
- 3 big red peppers
- 3 tablespoon olive oil
- 3/4 cup millet
- 1 leek
- 1/2 cup coconut milk
- 1/2 cup canned tomatoes
- 150g tofu
- 1 teaspoon chilli paste
- 1 big clove of garlic
- 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
- salt, pepper
- Cut the peppers in half and remove and discard any seeds and membranes. Put them on a baking dish covered with aluminium foil and grease them with olive oil.
- Cook millet as per instructions.
- First cut off the root and the green part of the leek then cut the remaining white and light green part in half lengthwise. Slice it.
- Cut the tofu in small dice.
- Heat the olive oil and chilli paste with sliced garlic and add the leek. Fry for 5 minutes. Add tofu, stir and add coconut milk and tomatoes. Cook for 5 minutes. Add the millet.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Heat the oven to 175 degrees Celsius and bake the peppers for 25 minutes.
- Before you put them in the oven add the secret ingredient – top the peppers with fried onion 😉
Great coffee in only 10 minutes!
Follow these steps:
- Heat the drip and kettle by pouring hot water into it.
- Weigh the coffee – 6g coffee for 100g water.
- Empty the kettle and drip, put the coffee into the drip and boil water. Wait few minutes – the water temperature should be around 90 degrees Celsius.
- First put 50g of water – just to cover the coffee. Wait 30 seconds.
- Than pour the rest of the water with circular moves.
Enjoy your coffee!
I bought the banana flour in Ubud, Bali. I am not very confident when cooking with gluten free flours but I read that banana flour is very similar to white flour.
So Here they are – my first totally gluten free crepes!
Check the recipe below.
- 1 cup of banana flour
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon cocoa powder
- ca. 1,5 cup soya milk
- 4 tablespoons oil
Mix all the ingredients, if the batter it too thick – add more milk. Crepes absorb oil – make sure you put enough on a frying pan. Serve with your favourite fruits, maple syrup or like me:
- Chokeberry Jam
- Peanut butter
- Bali Coffee