Brown rice curry with chickpeas and oat milk / Riso al curry con ceci e latte di avena

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Recently I realized that concentrating efforts on my macrobiotic diet, recipes for Maroggia’s Mill Cookbook  and MTChallenge participations a this blog features almost exclusively bread recipes. Of course it makes total sense, considering the name of the blog itself is quite exhaustive about my main passion in the kitchen, but still I do believe it would be a good thing just to post some recipes not related to bread every now and then. So I thought about going back to one of my old loves, curry. I will never grow tired of saying curry it is not a powder that one can buy in the supermarket, but a blend of spices that you can easily do at home by varying amounts and types of ingredients. Seen the limitations the macrobiotic diet imposes I came up with a recipe which does not employ coconut milk, but uses oat milk instead. The result is great. If you make oat milk yourself (here you can find the recipe you will see how the sauce thickens with no addition of ingredients such as corn starch. Great, right? This creamy curry is very tasty and not spicy at all and gets even better if allowed to stand twenty four hours. Are you ready to bring some Indian flavour in your kitchen? Continue reading / Continua a leggere…

Living On My Own: Green Beans, Celeriac and Feta Tart / Living On My Own: Torta fagiolini, sedano rapa e feta

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Here we go again with the Living On My Own column with it’s easy and fast recipes. This recipe is the closest you can get to an Ikea table (at least the table is one of the few furniture pieces we are all able to assemble on our own, isn’t it?). The main ingredients are simply boiled, blended together and poured into a ready to bake tart dough, easy peasy! Continue reading / Continua a leggere…

Wheat and Emmer Focaccia with Leeks and Broccoli / Focaccia di frumento e farro con broccoli e porri

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Today on the blog a recipe from another blogger, Astrid aka Dolce Amara Deliziosa, will be delighting your tastebuds. This good recipe languished a long time in my “limbo” folder, photos already taken and all the changes to the original file already written down. But then, a challenge, a new recipe, and me getting lost into many other ideas and projects and the recipe slowly drifted into oblivion. Well, it’s finally the right time to publish it, if only to give credit to Astriduccia. It was indeed love at first sight with this tasty focaccia, which I enjoyed very much for lunch on several occasions (thank you freezer <3). Continue reading / Continua a leggere…

Maria’s Spiced Cauliflower Flan / Lo sformato al cavolfiore e spezie di Maria

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Since the 4th of December, when I started working part time at a goldsmith shop, my weeks have been quite hectic. Recipes and blog post scheduling, the weekly appointment with Wing Chun training, trying to be present on my usual social networks and fitting in multiple appointments hasn’t been easy. Let’s add my Panettone Obsession and the picture is quite clear. But chaos is my element, stress has always been my cup of tea (or loaf of bread) and even though feeling a bit tired I wouldn’t change a single thing. Continue reading / Continua a leggere…

Comfort food: Buckwheat and Hazelnut flour Pie with Broccoli and Walnut filling / Comfort Food: Crostata salata di grano saraceno e nocciole con ripieno di broccoli e salsa di noci

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Last week I started working again, part time, after 10 months unemployment. It feels weird, since the blog was born it became a fulltime job for me and it’s hard to let go, even if a little. Still struggling to make my schedules meet, maybe Panettone weekend wasn’t helpful and scrambled my brain a little, I had the chance to bake some bread only once with a semi-failed experiment that turned out nicely (but in the rush forgot to take notes). This is not good. Continue reading / Continua a leggere…