Meatballs stuffed with delicious mozzarella cheese are the perfect addition to a big bowl of pasta or even rolled up in a naan or flatbread for a fancy sandwich.
Homemade cheese experience, why not? I told myself scrolling through Pinterest a few weeks ago. Then here I went, a week later trying some Labneh recipes, a cheese you can find a lot in Syria and Lebanon.
Do you have a potluck coming? I got you covered : heartwarming, delicious and rather light. Put this dish in the center of the table and watch everyone making their toasts with cheese, olives and tomatoes. So good.
Do you know Camembert? If you don’t, it is a stinky french cheese but I just ADORE it. I get that some people can’t stand it because it is not a mild flavor but if you like stinky cheese, then you’re going to love this recipe.
Because you can not decently spend your winter eating swiss cheese fondue, here is another idea to incorporate cheese to your diet with a healthy-ish recipe. Pork chops with a generous blue cheese sauce, served with some potatoes and greens and dinner is done!
Fall salad where you mix raw ingredients, roasted ones, cheeses and a sweet and sour sauce : my kind of salad. This one is really perfect, filling, full of textures and flavors.
Why on Earth would you put butternut squash in a cake? I mean we already put carrots, beets and sometimes zucchinis so I figured why not? This picture doesn’t do it justice AT ALL. It is really moist and delicious.
I feel like I have had an obsession with quiches lately. I made one with spinach and goat cheese, one with zucchinis and now this one with figs and goat cheese! But I mean… So easy to make, so delicious and so fun to work with.
This is where this gratin enters the show. Family friendly because kids usually LOVE pastas. Easy to make, not dry at all because I put all the cheese and cream in there. If you have a little bit of cottage cheese leftover and you don’t know what to do with it, this is the recipe you’re looking for!
Last week I posted a recipe on how to make your own bagels. So here is a quick and delicious idea to stuff your fluffy bagels. It is a refreshing dinner and we all need that on our meal plan during this hot hot summer.
Simit are small round sesame bread from Turkey. Crispy on the outside and very fluffy on the inside. Traditionnally, it's eaten for breakfast or afternoon snack with cheese, cucumber... Kinda like a bagel!
What is better than a good old salad? Temperatures have been quite high these days, so salad and raw veggies are the rule.
I made a big brunch for my husband and I last sunday and I was craving pancakes ! Our brunch was composed of : fresh grapes, pears, scrambled egg with ham, grilled cheese, toasts and fresh cheese to spread on the toasts. A serious business brunch I’d say.
Stuff it, fold it and grill it. Yes. Quesadillas are as simple as that. That makes it an easy lunch to prepare when you’re in a hurry or want something super light but tasty.
Cordon bleu are pretty much a french classic, it's a chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese that is breaded and fried or baked to seal all the goodness inside.
My passion for quiches knows absolutely no limit, it has been going on for years. Simple to make, delicious to eat, I mean, I'm a simple girl. There are several versions of quiches on my blog but today we are hitting the simplicity button with these spinach and goat cheese quiches.
Sweet and savory dishes are always so delicate to make. Add to that a very (very) stinky cheese and it becomes WEIRD. But... It's so good! It can make a good starter with some bread and salad.
The summer galette by excellence for sure. Beautiful zucchini, tasty tomatoes and feta cheese = happiness. With a little mustard and basil, so easy, quick and really good you guys.
My love for quiche is undeniable. I make it very often in various shapes, with a lot of different ingredients. Leftovers veggies, veggies my 2yo doesn’t really like usually, cheeses that are drying out in the fridge…