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
My latest discovery may sound a little unbeliavable but It is 100% true.
It is simple and really cheap. To get rid of a cold, running nose or sinus infection you just need one think – fresh horseradish.
The instructions are simple – take a big horseradish root, peel it and grate it.
Well For sure you will cry, like when cutting onions, but that’s necessary for your sinusem to cleanse.
Let me know if it worked for you.