Category: Low Fat

Spiced Orange Rice

Spiced Orange Rice

I make lemon rice often which is a common variety of rice in my country. Once I thought, why can’t I try the same with oranges and made this recipe. This is a very flavorful food with a little sweetness. Now we can use oranges for savory dish too. A great way to use your leftover rice.

Apricot Mostarda

Apricot Mostarda

This recipe is amazing served on a cheese platter or alongside chicken or pork. It adds a savoury sweet zip that really elevates other foods.

Marinated Fava Beans

Marinated Fava Beans

Fresh fava beans marinated with dill and caraway make for a great recipe to add to your next spring mezze platter or cheese board.

Sweet and Spicy Jerk BBQ Chicken Legs

Sweet and Spicy Jerk BBQ Chicken Legs

A Caribbean twist on a classic baked dish, this recipe came about in a last minute effort to get dinner on the table in a pinch! Sweet, spicy and tangy, this dish will satisfy everyone at the table.

Finger-Licking Homemade Jam

Finger-Licking Homemade Jam

My Childhood favorite dish’s story is a tangy journey to the stomach. A simple yet finger-licking Jam as a side-dish to all types of Breads, Chapathi and Roti.

Sweet and Spicy Cherry Peach Salsa

Sweet and Spicy Cherry Peach Salsa

This tantalizing combo of cherries and peaches goes great with a variety of dishes. Use it to top chicken, fish, pork, or as a traditional snack dip.

Celeriac and Celery Soup

Celeriac and Celery Soup

When I married my Czech hubby, I was introduced to some new foods. One of which was celery root (aka celeriac). This is a rather ugly looking root vegetable, but the flavor is delightful! I came up with this fairly light soup that includes both celery root and celery stalks. The root helps thicken the soup so that I need only use milk to give it creaminess. For me, it’s the ultimate in comfort food, and yet it can be a rather elegant start to many nice meals.