Weeknight tuna penne

German recipe below This recipe is perfect for those weeknight pasta cravings. It comes together in twenty minutes and uses pantry staples. Depending on how much sauce you like on your pasta, you should have enough for three to four generous helpings. It also freezes and reheats well. What you will need – 300 -350Continue reading “Weeknight tuna penne”

Crispy Chickpea Wraps

German recipe below These wraps are a great and quick alternative to meat-based wraps. I use a garlicky yogurt sauce which perfectly matches the slightly spicy chickpeas. If you don’t like spice at all or are making this recipe with kids, you can also omit the hot sauce for the chickpeas and add some driedContinue reading “Crispy Chickpea Wraps”

Turkish Lentil Soup

German recipe below I recently downloaded the recipe app KptnCook to get out of my current cooking rut. Their recipe for an Anatolian recipe makes a wonderful soup that hits all the right spots: Colorful, packed with flavor and supereasy to make! I served it with some store-bought pita bread for a light lunch. ThisContinue reading “Turkish Lentil Soup”

Comforting “Kaiserschmarrn” Pancake bites

Whether it’s pancakes, waffles or crépes – sweet main dishes have a special place in my heart. They’re great comfort foods and come together with pantry staples. “Kaiserschmarrn” is a traditional Austrian dish, my recipe fittingly comes from a small cookbook, Wiener Spezialitäten, which we bought while visiting Vienna (also available on amazon). The recipeContinue reading “Comforting “Kaiserschmarrn” Pancake bites”

My favorite lasagna recipe

This recipe easily makes enough lasagna for six people – if your household is smaller or you don’t want leftovers for a couple of days (but then again, who doesn’t love leftovers?), I recommend sizing down the ingredients. Personally, I also like a very pasta-heavy lasagna, unlike what you will get in most restaurants. IfContinue reading “My favorite lasagna recipe”