This is one of my favourite vegan salad dressings lately. And ever since I added some beetroot, I love it even more. It has such a lovely colour and takes a salad to the next level.
Winter time is chocolate time. Well, at least in my world. And lately I just can’t seem to get enough of walnuts. Especially when combined with chocolate – its such a delectable flavour. There are walnut chocolate ice pops and walnut chocolate ice cream, just to mention a few examples.
Do you like the taste of dark chocolate combined with orange? Well, if the answer is yes yes then I got something for you! It took me almost half a life time to get there, but now I understand the magic of this flavour combination.
With winter, the root vegetables are making constant visits to my pantry. Be it carrot, parsnip or beetroot – I love them all. Especially the beetroot has taking my taste buds by storm again and I keep finding myself creating new dishes that contain this beautiful, delicious root.
Recently I’ve been making this capsicum salad dressing as often as I can. It is super easy and you can sneak quite a few veges in if you like. The capsicum adds a delicious flavour.
I’m very pleased to announce that I can share this recipe with you that a lovely friend of mine has created for you. Lucinda has a lot of experience and an amazing talent for creating vegan and gluten-free dishes.
Ever since I heard of pink chai I was in love with the idea. I mean, the flavour of chai is just soooo lovely, warming and cozy! Add a little pink tinge to it and it becomes a next level cute hot drink.
I’m getting into home-made burgers again… And a good burger always comes with a nice sauce! I really like horse radish sauce. If you haven’t tried it yet, I can only recommend it! 🙂
When it comes to colour combinations, I really like brown and light green. It’s such a lovely combo! One of the reasons why I like it that much must be that you can find green and brown