The perfect recipe, perfect always without fail with thanks to Renato Briffa :
Quick Greek Yogurt Pots with Raspberries and Pomegranate [low fat, reduced sugar, diabetic friendly]
‘There is no reason that this dessert cannot be called a ‘recipe’ because it so incredibly simple and just a matter of throwing some simple ingredients together. What makes a difference is to use a good Greek yoghurt and with pomegranates being in season locally, I chose a pomegranate and raspberry flavour’
I share this recipe today because this sauce is fabulous to serve on any ice cream, making even shop bought ice creams special. It is, like most of my recipes, very quick and simple to make and you will need:
‘By changing the way we prepare the most ordinary ingredients in our store cupboard, we can create dishes from far-off places that only exist in our dreams. And as the aroma fills our home as we cook and then when we bring the food to the table to share, we are left with memories of a good meal from the place of our … Read More Flavours from South Africa: Malva Pudding
Preparing desserts should be fun, but so many people seem to get overwhelmed about making ice creams. There are many short cuts without going through a lot of work or indeed without having to use an ice cream maker. And when you make something at home, you can add all your favourite flavors and leave out everything you do not like or cannot eat.
‘Summer brings an air of celebration on the island. The bright blue skies and sea all around, the sunshine. And the short distances make it possible to end nearly every day surrounded by family and friends sharing good food, celebrating. This is a perfect quick addition to ice creams or simply use as a dip’ You will need: 1 cup tofu (use ricotta for … Read More Raw Brownie Batter (vegan, lactose and gluten free)
Bright skies and blue seas, this is where so many visitors stop by for a few days. But for some lucky ones, this is life every day, breathtaking and nearly unreal … Anton’s recipe for this ricotta flan is delicious and he was my guest during our show last week. I adapted it and used Stevia instead of sugar. You will need: 1 ready … Read More Bright skies, blue seas and Anton’s ricotta flan
The Maltese kitchen in November starts to smell of Christmas, chocolate, of roasted chestnuts, cloves and oranges. The time is here to start soaking chestnuts and make citrus tarts and start to plan for December’s festivities.