Month: November 2018

Vegan Jaffa boost bites

Vegan Jaffa boost bites

First I have to say that these energising little sun balls are not my creation. I found them on @sarahtannernz instagram. She called them “Jaffa” balls and the J-word instantly triggered childhood memories. Were you as I was a Jaffa biscuits addict? Do you remember 

Hearty veggie lasagna

Hearty veggie lasagna

You definitively do not need meat to make a delicious lasagna! It is about a mouthful of melting wholesome ingredients enhanced by those Mediterranean flavours and enveloped in layers of comforting pasta. And it’s a perfect dish to share too, putting a big plate of 

Vanilla applesauce with almonds and honey

Vanilla applesauce with almonds and honey

Sometimes the simplest things… The delicate scent of apples cooking with vanilla and cloves triggers in me a sweet melancholic need for big armchairs, cozy sweaters and long talks. A perfect preparation for winter cocooning period šŸ˜‰ This delicious super simple applesauce leaves you with 

Savoury brioche with thyme, rosemary, sesame & flaxseeds

Savoury brioche with thyme, rosemary, sesame & flaxseeds

We have a lot of varieties of savoury brioche in Serbia. We call them “pogaca” and I think that every person who loves to cook has his/her own recipe. Probably transmitted by his/her mother … Pogaca is part of Serbian gastronomic culture and it is 

Polenta muffins with halloumi & mushrooms

Polenta muffins with halloumi & mushrooms

We call these polenta muffins proja in Serbian and do not necessarily make them muffin-shaped. However, as most of the time, I took mum’s recipe and reworked it to tell a different story šŸ™‚ Polenta (cornmeal) is an integral part of Serbian cuisine and we