This is one of the best spinach dishes I’ve tasted. This super easy creamy spinach soufflé is a treasured recipe from my childhood. Actually, it was my childhood favorite. My mom’s version was made with eggs (egg yolks and beaten egg whites to give volume), but I’ve updated the recipe to make it faster and easier.

Surprisingly, my vegetable-avoiding son loves this spinach soufflé. This one and this Carrot soufflé are the only veggies that he eats. I have a feeling this spinach soufflé will become one of your family favorites, too.


This butternut squash bisque recipe tastes lusciously delicious, it is velvety, creamy, and super easy to make, the most difficult thing you have to do is cut the squash, but I ask my husband to do it for me 😉

Plus it’s clean eating, gluten-free, and easily converted to be vegan.

The secret to the most intense flavour is the leek. A dollop of cream, nutmeg and frizzled sage and coriander leaves complete this wintertime classic.

This recipe was adapted from the one my friend Gosia has sent to me.


This is an authentic Brazilian ground beef recipe.

Among everything, we must learn how to make in order to survive it is the ground beef! It’s fast, not expensive, and very, very easy to make. It’s the basics of basics in the kitchen.

And who says ground beef has to be boring? Not sure what to make with ground beef? It’s delicious to eat with:

Yuca (Cassava/manioc) Savoury Pie Fast2eat (as a filling or topping)

Bolognese Sauce Fast2eat (just add Tomato sauce Fast2eat) and use to make a Bolognese Lasagna on any other Pasta…

As a filling of the Brazilian Blender Pie Fast2eat or Shepherd’s Pie.

As a topping of the 15 minutes Baked Potato Fast2eat.

Or just covered with cream cheese (or any cheese) in a casserole.

And also accompanied by any Salad and/or Brazilian Style Rice Fast2eat.

What else do you suggest?


It’s easy, Fast, and colorful. It looks so festive that I decided to publish it for the New Year’s Eve parties.

Arroz à Grega (“Greek-style rice” – Although given the name “Greek”, in Greece there is no such rice dish) is a Brazilian dish, consisting of rice (of course) cooked with raisins and small pieces of vegetables, the most common of them are small cubes of carrot, green peas, sweet corn and green onions. It can get small bits of ham (smoked or not), sausage and/or turkey breast (smoked or not), among other processed meat supposed to be eaten cold, but if chicken meat or shrimps are used, it is instead known as risotto.


So what’s so special about the way Brazilians cook rice? What makes this so different is that we fry it in oil with minced garlic and sometimes chopped onion before adding water. I dare you try this way and tell me you prefer plain tasteless rice instead. I know that you will never go back to eating boring unseasoned rice again.

This is how to cook the perfect fluffiest flavourful rice! It’s not hard at all but, like hard boiling eggs, cooking rice is one of those tasks that appear to be easy, but can go wrong very quickly if you don’t follow the right steps. Here are simple instructions that will help you make rice that turns out light, flavourful and fluffy every time. The secret is to not let it overcook because it should come out loose and not sticky.


Tabule (also Tabbouleh, tabbouleh or tab(b)ouli) is a vegetarian dish (sometimes considered a salad) made of bulgur, tomatoes, finely chopped fresh mint, parsley, green onion, and onion, all tossed and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt.


Kibbeh (pronounced kee-bee and also spelled quibe, kibe, kibbe, kebbah, kubbeh, kubbah kubbi or kobeiba depending on region) is a dish made of Bulgur (cracked wheat), minced onions, and finely ground lean beef with mint, basil, cinnamon and optional spices. It can be optionally stuffed with mozzarella, provolone or cream cheese (Catupiry in Brazil).

This recipe has been adapted from the one my Godmother Regina Alfradique has sent to me and there are several ways to eat. The football-shaped deep-fried (or also shaped into balls or patties), baked in a casserole dish (my favourite way), cooked in broth, or just served raw with olive oil.

Kibbeh is a popular dish in Brazil and Middle Eastern cuisine. Most Brazilian kibbeh uses only ground beef and not other types of meat but in Middle Eastern, they also use lamb, goat, or camel meat.


This Brazilian Shrimp stuffed pumpkin (Camarão na Moranga) is really easy to make and is the perfect dish to serve at any Fall dinner party. Actually, in Brazil it is enjoyed all year round!

Delicious, moist baked pumpkin filled with creamy shrimp (and/or prawn), onion, garlic, and cream cheese (or catupiry, a Brazilian creamy cheese)! It’s a simple dish that is going to wow yourself and your guests. If you don’t find a pumpkin you can also bake it in a casserole dish and it is still delicious and beautiful.

Serve it with rice and potato sticks (batata palha), trying to scoop out some moist pumpkin flesh too.

You can also use this creamy shrimp as a quiche filling.


It is a delicious casserole dish, also called as strata (or stratta), and very similar to this Brazilian Blender Pie, quiche or frittata, made from a mixture which mainly consists of bread, eggs, milk and cheese. It may also include meat and/or vegetables.

I hate to waste anything, and this is a very simple solution for the leftover bread. You can eat it for brunch, lunch or dinner.

This elegant casserole dish of cubes of bread baked in custard is often a lifesaver on busy days and within 10 minutes you can have it in the oven! You can also assemble it the night before and pop it in the oven as soon as you wake up. I also like it because you can pretty much use whatever you want as a filling. For this one I used cheese and smoked ham but the recipe is pretty flexible so you can play around with different meat and/or sautéed vegetables depending on what you have on hand.


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