Red lentils dhal

There is nothing more comforting in winter than an a earthy stew. Indeed, the body calls for hot and nutritious food when the weather is cold. The recipe I am sharing today is inpired by Indian cuisine. It is easy to make, tasty and can be prepared in large batches to be frozen. It can…

Vegan Napa Cabbage Kimchi

Hello my dears! I have a slight (big?) obsession for Asian food since a few months: I cannot have enough of Japanese rice bowls with plenty of toppings, okonomiyaki, sushi, ramen… If I had to name one side dish/ topping that combines perfectly with all these dishes, it would be Korean traditional napa cabbage kimchi, called…

Spicy Quinoa with Veggies

Hello everyone! Since the weather doesn’t seem to know if it should stay in winter or switch permanently in the spring, I propose a recipe that you can decline in multiple ways. You can eat it warm, immediately after cooking it, or cooled down at room temperature. It will make a healthy and nourishing main course with…

Vegetarian korma

Nothing like a delicious slow cooked dish to get some comfort during these cold autumn days. I especially enjoy Indian food dishes in this season, because the aroma of spices warms me up and reminds me of sunny places. Unfortunately, it is not easy to find quality Indian restaurants in Geneva: the dishes are delicious…

Butternut & turmeric smoothie

Celebrate Fall and its gorgeous squashes! Among my favorite varieties, butternut squash, holds a beautiful place. It owes its name to the sublime velvety texture of its flesh. It can be eaten raw like a carrot, or cooked in a thousand ways. Its tender flesh and slightly nutty taste, is as good in savory recipes…

Marinated salmon of my London girlfriend

This recipe was inspired by a dinner at a London friend. I love fish and I eat it regularly, but salmon has never been among my favorites. Except when smoked, I find its taste bland and boring, and I do not appreciate the butter sauces with which salmon filet it is often served. This dinner…