Mediterranean cuisine for every day

Recipes

Pork loin with two types of stuffing

Feb 25th, 2011 | By | Category: Meat and Poultry, Recipes

This pork is roasted at low temperature in the oven. The result was a juicy and soft meat with nice flavors from the stuffing. The method as such I have not used that much before but I will from now on as the meat turns out nicely. The clue is that you don’t heat the [...]



Roundup and voting – 16th Mediterranean Cooking Event – Libya

Feb 22nd, 2011 | By | Category: Blogevents, Recipes

This time I am a bit late with the roundup post of the 16th Mediterranean Cooking Event. There are lots of dishes participating this time though and I am looking forward to you all voting a lot! We have 11 great dishes you can choose your favorite from. You can encourage your readers to for [...]



Salad with apple and gomasio

Feb 18th, 2011 | By | Category: Recipes, Salads and Dressings

I did not know Gomasio until recently, now that I know it though I love using it on salads and pasta dishes. It is a seasoning known well in Asian cuisine that basically consists of sea salt and sesame. Preparation time: 10 minutes difficulty: easy Ingredients: green salad 1/2 apple 3 tbsp Aceto Balsamico 1 [...]



Pear Gorgonzola Risotto with Walnuts

Feb 16th, 2011 | By | Category: Recipes, Risotto

This risotto is similar to another Gorgonzola Risotto I have her on the blog. This one is featuring pear and walnuts as well as sage. I can only recommend this dish to cheese lovers! Preparation time: 5 minutes cooking time: 20 minutes difficulty: easy Ingredients: 2 cups of risotto rice 2 pears 1 white onion [...]



Turbot in the oven

Feb 14th, 2011 | By | Category: Fish, Recipes

When I bought this terrific Turbot I did not consider that it most probably could not fit any frying pan I had at home. Thank god I found a baking tray that would accommodate the Turbot. Later I was glad for choosing this method as it turned out to be the easiest anyhow. I was [...]



Fennel and Rucola salad with pumpkin seed oil

Feb 13th, 2011 | By | Category: Recipes, Salads and Dressings

Fennel and Rucola pair very well. What fits both of them perfectly is pumpkin seed oil. I have made a dressing with honey, mustard, some vinegar and pumpkin seed oil. A great fresh tasting salad! Preparation time: 10 minutes difficulty: easy Ingredients: 1 fennel bulb 7 oz of Rucola 4 tbsp pumpkin seed oil 1 [...]



Catfish on parsnip puree and oriental Bulgur

Feb 6th, 2011 | By | Category: Fish, Recipes

I figured I am not using parsnip enough which I see a lot lately at the market. I like this vegetable, but often I can’t think of what to do with it. This time was different. I wanted a sort of puree with my fish and the parsnip came in handy. The Bulgur was a [...]



Lentil soup with Feta cheese

Feb 3rd, 2011 | By | Category: Recipes, Soups

In Greece you would rarely get lentils or lentil soup served with out Feta cheese. It is too good of a match. Still I am posting one of my favorite versions of lentil soup. The lightly sour taste of the Feta cheese goes very well with the soup, it adds a fresh touch to it. [...]



Apple and almond soup

Jan 27th, 2011 | By | Category: Recipes, Soups

A thick, hearty soup for cold days. The soup reminds me a bit of Asian sweet and sour soups. The almonds give it plenty of volume. With a slice of bread this soup is a whole meal, certainly for lunch. I can also imagine some croutons on top of it. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this [...]



Methi Chole

Jan 25th, 2011 | By | Category: Recipes, Stew

This is another dish that I tried on my quest for the ideal dish for the World Yogi day. it is called Methi Chole which means chickpeas with Methi leaves. The source of inspiration was Sailu´s Kitchen. An other great source of information concerning Indian cuisine is the blog of Nivedita which I can highly [...]