I saw these gorgeous and big mushrooms in the supermarket the other day and immediately thought of stuffed mushrooms. As an experiment, I made a few changes to a surprisingly good recipe I came up with earlier.
My idea was I’d use up a couple of ingredients that have been sitting in my refrigerator for almost, not quite, too long. I had pepperoni from the last pizza I made and also some feta cheese that I wanted to use up soon. That sounded weird but I’ll try anything… Continue reading “Mushrooms Stuffed with Feta, Pepperoni and Spinach”
This was sooo good, even I was surprised! The recipe is my own concoction based on several recipes I’ve been looking at in various websites. This has spinach, garlic, mozarella and feta cheeses. The combination was just as I had imagined it – perfect!
I just hope I can do it as well the next time since it’s one of those “a little bit of this or that” kind of recipes…. Continue reading “Garlic, Spinach & Cheese Mushrooms”
Here’s the REAL unofficial cook…that’s a photo of Spouse frying up a batch of Lumpiang Shanghai taken some 2 years ago. Oh by the way, the title of this entry does not refer to him being shanghai-ed, it refers to me!
I’d just made this Filipino meat spring roll when Spouse asked me to make another batch a week later. I emphasized how labor intensive it was and he volunteered to help me out. So I took him up on it…and he ended up rolling and frying and having fun…as you can probably tell from his wide grin. Continue reading “Shanghai-ed!”
I made this easy Shrimp Gambas to go with my shrimp-less paella from yesterday.
For starters, I took some 200 grams of peeled shrimp and just heated some olive oil in a pan and stir-fried them with some crushed garlic, salt and white pepper. Soon as I spied some browning in the shrimps, I turned the heat off.
Simple really…hope it was good….but I will never know!
Tapas, the Little Dishes of Spain