It’s very simple. You take quinoa, some raw tahini, olive oil, fresh lemon juice, pepper-salt and good stuff as much as you can think of. Pile them all up and hope they fit in the box.
Bonus: do it fresh in the morning, and you can enjoy the beautiful colors in the morning light.
Posted: April 12th, 2011 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
Recipe by Haim Cohen and Eli Landau (Hebrew only).
Posted: February 4th, 2011 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
Recipe by Haim Cohen and Eli Landau (Hebrew only). For these of you reading Hebrew, please do check the article linked here, it’s truly poetic.
Posted: January 16th, 2011 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
150gr Soba noodles
2 tsp sesame oil
2 tsp soy sauce
1.5 tsp sesame
1 tsp vegetable oil
- Cook noodles in boiling water for 4 minutes. Remove and immediately wash with cold water to stop cooking. Put aside.
- While the noodles are cooking, chop the leek (white and light green part only) and scallions to thin slices.
- Heat the sesame oil in a large wok/skillet and add the sesame. Mix for a few seconds. Add the leek and fry it until mildly soft (3 minutes).
- Add the scallions and fry for another minute. Put the vegetable oil in another frying pan and heat to high temperature.
- Add the noodles and the soy and stir. Stir occasionally while preparing the egg.
- Break the egg into the frying pan with the vegetable oil and let it cook slightly.
- Move the noodles to a serving bowl and layer the egg (sunny side up) on the noodles.
Inspired by Bissim.
Posted: December 13th, 2010 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
Recipe from Chocolate & Zucchini. With some ages Old Amsterdam rind the broccoli shined.
Posted: November 20th, 2010 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
Recipe inspired by Bissim. The main addition is the lovely rainbow chard with its mild bitterness and charming colors.
Posted: November 15th, 2010 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
Recipe from Bazek Alim.
Posted: November 10th, 2010 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
Grilled brussels sprouts from food52. Mushroom risotto from the Kitchen Sink, cooked by Julija.
Posted: November 5th, 2010 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | Comments Off
Inspired by Bissim. Instead of chicken, used turkey. Instead of bacon, used turkey “bacon”. And instead of frying, baked. If you want this super simple recipe in English, beep in the comments below.
0.5kg spinach leaves
500gr ground turkey breast
100gr turkey bacon
1 medium onion, finely chopped
0.5 cup bread crumbs
1 table spoon Dijon mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
Posted: October 30th, 2010 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | 2 Comments »
- Steam the spinach: put all in a large put with a table spoon of water. Cook covered on high temperature until the spinach loses its volume (a few minutes). Continue cooking uncovered until all the fluids evaporate. Stir occasionally.
- Chop spinach finely and let it cool.
- Mix all the other ingredients in a ball. Add the spinach and continue mixing. At this point, you can quickly a fry a small piece to taste.
- Create chubby meatballs and place on an pan in an oven preheated to the highest temperature. Roast for 15-20 minutes until golden on both sides.
This one is actually very simple. Half the tomatoes and dry in the oven at about 90c for around 8 hours, depending on where you want them on the juicy-dry scale. Roma tomatoes are the best to use. We used 4kg and got two very cute jars. Post-oven, let them cool down and stuff them into a medium jar (2 in our case) with balsamic vinegar (we used 3 table spoons), about 7-8 cut garlic cloves, fresh thyme, fresh rosemary and, if you fancy some sweetness – honey. Cover it all with olive oil and leave it for a week.
Posted: October 24th, 2010 | Author: yoav | Tags: cooking, food | 3 Comments »
Just a few things I can think about to make this more interesting next time: black pepper, date syrups and cardamom seeds (crush them a bit to open the flavor).