My favourite quiche recipe, its super simple and really tastes exceptional. You can use the mix for any quiche recipe and then add whatever add ons you want.
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I always use puff pastry for the crust because it just tastes much better and has that flaky buttery texture. Blind baking the crust is a must, or else you will end up with an overly cooked filling and a soggy crust. If you don’t have any ceramic baking beads you can use any dried bean you have (chickpeas etc)
Fall is probably the season where i make the prettiest and yummiest food, just saying. This dish literally takes 10 minutes to prep and 20 minutes to cook! It has a burst of insane flavours in every bite and is super presentable if you are hosting!
I adapted and edited the recipe from Half Baked Harvest
Check it out below!
Feels good to be writing a recipe post again! I’ve been so busy with my online shop that i haven’t had the time to write up any new recipes!
Today i’m going to share with you a dish i made last week and got so many requests for the recipe. Chicken Katsu, a Japanese version of breaded chicken with a side of edamame vegetable noodles.
Recipe is shared below!
This is probably one of the yummiest, fastest, and easiest pasta recipes. It is literally so good, and an awesome dish if you are hosting!
It is done in one pot and really does not take more than 30 minutes.
I absolutely love shrimps, shrimp everything actually, and with this recipe you can really feel a burst of shrimp flavour in every bite. The shrimps are tossed in a buttery garlic chilli sauce and the lemon just brings all these amazing flavours together!
So, after many requests here is the recipe!
Thanksgiving is in a couple of days and lets be real, we don’t really celebrate it in Lebanon, like at all. Which is sad because who would miss a chance at a homemade Turkey? Like, why wait till its Christmas?!
This year, since I oddly enough turned into Mrs.Clueless, someone that would rather spend 3/4 of her day in the kitchen than do anything else, I decided to throw a Friendsgiving dinner a week before the actual holiday so that I can share with you some of my favourite Thanksgiving recipes.
I have to admit, the idea was thrilling at first but as the day got closer and the turkey was between my hands i panicked. Not because i never had cooked a bird thats bigger than my pet dog, but because i had SO MANY other dishes to make that accompany the Turkey.
Thanks to the extensive researching, I managed to pull it off quite well! So proud of myself *happy dance*.
Below i will be listing the turkey recipe that I made. I took the steps from various online platforms and added my own touch, as well as my apple pie and salad recipe.
The rest of the recipes you can find online!
If you guys follow me on Instagram you probably would have realised that I have been obsessively cooking with PUMPKINS. Pies, cookies, truffles,bedtime drinks, you name it I’ve done it this month!
This week was one of the most chaotic weeks of my LIFE. I had so many projects and so many recipes to deliver in such a SHORT timeframe. But i did it! Didn’t think i’d be able to complete all these tasks but i did!! And i’m SO PROUD of myself 😀
Won’t be able to share with you what i did until the end of the month!
On another note, my aunt has an awesome stuffed pumpkin recipe, and i’ve always been intimidated to try it out. So after i finished from all my project shoots I decided to stuff my little pumpkin 🙂
My first tart, ever!! I was at the grocery store where I buy all my vegetables and fruits and was really intrigued by the imported zucchinis. One was yellow and the other green. So, of course, being a hoarder, i decided to buy one of each.
Came back home and googled some recipes. Found this recipe for a delicious, and I really mean DELICIOUS, restaurant quality, tart.
Check out the recipe below and ENJOY
When I think about comfort food, it’s never lasagna, or pizza, or a burger. These are my indulgence meals. Comfort food to me is home cooked Lebanese food, whether it be stews (Yakhnat) or stews in oil (Bi Zeit), i absolutely LOVE them and can live on them. They are super healthy and nutritious!
Back from our summer vacation, and back to fully focusing on Mrs.Clueless!
I had gotten a recipe book (Comfort Food) before we left for our vacation and I didn’t have the chance to try anything from it! So yesterday night while we were watching Narcos Season 2, which by the way is SO GOOD, i decided to open up the book and make something for dinner.
This roast caught my attention because, well, i have a chicken in my freezer, and it seemed moderately hard.
Who doesn’t love a delicious, warm, fragrant chicken soup on any day?! It was my first time trying out my grandma’s chicken soup recipe, and i must admit i nailed it 🙂
Got an entire organic chicken, deboned it (probably not the correct way, you can watch the video here), made chicken stock, and chicken soup! Feeling super accomplished right now hahaha