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Recipes: Vegetarian

Best rhubarb muffins recipe ever

I just baked a batch and had to dig out this recipe from the depths of Nami-Nami and share this with you again 🙂 The post is actually from 2007, the photo below from 2009. They are still my very favourite rhubarb muffins!!! We are still enjoying the rhubarb bounty. Here’s a recipe for really moist rhubarb muffins that I …

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Cauliflower with tahini dressing and sesame and hemp seeds

It’s almost two years since I went to Israel with the lovely David Lebovitz and Ms Marmite Lover, as well as Cambria from The Kitchn and Erin from Serious Eats. We were invited and hosted by Kinetis, and I had the most wonderful week exploring the Israeli culinary scene. One of the most memorable meals during that trip was lunch …

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ANZAC biscuits (recipe for coconut oat cookies)

  From the recipe archives. Originally posted in 2013. Did you know that it’s ANZAC Day today? ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The Department of Veterans’ Affairs of the Australian Government explains the Anzac day and tradition in detail. This being a food blog, it suffices to say that apparently these eggless crispy oatcakes were the cookies …

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Wild garlic pesto aka ramson pesto recipe

(From the recipe archives – originally posted in April 2011. Three years on, this is still my favourite way of preparing wild garlic pesto. You can use either ramson or ramps). Wild garlic has arrived! Wild garlic, also known as ramson or bear’s garlic (Allium ursinum, ‘karulauk‘ in Estonian), is a very close relative to the wild leek aka ramp …

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Green beans, Greek style

Today is the Greek independence day, commemorating the start of the War of Greek Independence back in 1821. I’m celebrating with sharing one of my favourite Greek dishes with you. The recipe has been with me since early 1990s, and I remember clearly that I discovered it from a Finnish women’s magazine. Cannot remember the exact date or the name …

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Gluten-free buckwheat cookies recipe

Are you on Pinterest? I am, with a nice number followers (thank you, all!) and various “boards”. One of my boards is called buckwheat recipes, and I’ve been pinning various recipes there utilising this non-grain/pseudo-grain. Despite the name, you see, buckwheat is not a grass, but a plant related to sorrel and rhubarb. During the recent months I’ve noticed that this …

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Mascarpone and cottage cheese with raspberries

Trying to reduce the amount of carbohydrates, yet missing something sweet and luscious? Then try this low-carb, gluten-free, wheat-free mascarpone and raspberry pudding – either for breakfast, for dessert or just a quick treat between meals.  It’s not dairy-free, however – there’s some creamy mascarpone cheese and full-fat cottage cheese in there! I love the dairy products we get here …

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Green beans with garlic

Do you tend to prefer fresh vegetables over frozen ones? I guess most people would say “Yes”. However, out of season – which depending on your location could be from October till May, like here in Estonia – fresh vegetables aren’t always the best choice. That’s a message Jamie Oliver is advocating in his latest TV series, Save with Jamie …

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Chocolate Muffins Recipe

Recipe repost. This was originally posted in February 2010. I’m jumping on the Valentine’s Day bandwagon here. I must admit it’s not a holiday that we celebrate, really. Though Valentine’s Day/Friends’ Day has become increasingly popular amongst the younger generation here in Estonia, I was out of high school way before that trend began here. But it’s a good excuse …

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Chia, banana and coconut pudding recipe

It took me a while to like chia seeds. I was well aware of all the benefits of enjoying some chia seeds every now and then (if you’re not, then check out this article over at Huffington Post), but they reminded me of frogspawn and I wasn’t really interested. Yet somehow a packet of chia seeds did find a way …

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