Tag Archive: paprika

Sziget Csarda – not quite goulash

Today, I’m pleased to feature a guest post by none other than Daddy Swindian, who is an avid traveller and foodie. He previously shared his experience of spicy Sichuan hotpot (read more about… Continue reading

Chicken in white wine and cream sauce with wild rice

This chicken in cream sauce is a comforting dish I grew up with, and one that I have struggled to recreate whenever I’m not at home in Switzerland. The reason for this is… Continue reading

Creamy beef stroganoff

It’s been a lovely Christmas holiday at home in Switzerland (check Instagram for pictures of the heavy snowfall), and my final evening also happened to be my parents’ wedding anniversary. To celebrate, my… Continue reading

Halloumi stir-fry (vegetarian)

Last year, I went vegetarian for a month, which resulted in quite a few creative recipes. So this year, I decided to do the same, and the first new dish I made was this delicious… Continue reading

Fajitas, Swindian style

One of my biggest problem with fajitas (and in life) is that I don’t like tomatoes. I wish I did, I really do, because it would make life a lot easier. However, it… Continue reading

Tattie soup with bits o’ bacon

I have never made or eaten potato soup before. But when I found myself with lots of leftover potatoes (why do they always sell them in such big bags??), the thought suddenly popped… Continue reading

Crispy tuna and pasta bake

This recipe is another one of Mummy Swindian’s classics – it is a very homey, warming, delightfully crunchy dish. It was inspired by Betty Bossi (of the onion chopper), but we improved upon… Continue reading

Poha (flattened rice with vegetables)

In plain and simple terms, poha is just flattened rice. It is then mixed up and fried with various vegetables to create a very light dish, which is usually eaten for breakfast. You… Continue reading

Zucchini-halloumi fritters

A little while ago, I went vegetarian for about a month, which led to a sudden increase in the vegetarian recipes on this blog. This world was rather new to me, and so… Continue reading

Guest post: Real Southern fried chicken

“Britons have a misunderstanding of what Southern fried chicken is. This is driven by takeaways and “American-style” restaurants selling Southern Fried Chicken that isn’t. I shall address some of the main differences below:… Continue reading

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