All posts tagged: Rice

kreolische Jambalaya mit Bohnen, Paprika, Karotten, Sellerie, Reis und Tomaten, vegetarisch, vegan Rezept

Vegetable Jambalaya

It’s Jambalaya Tiiiime! Rice lovers everywhere… meet your favorite new rice dish — Jambalaya! Jamba what? Not to be confused with Jumanji the film about the magical board game, jambalaya is a cajun classic one-pot dish with Spanish and French influence. It has more flavor then you’ll know what to do with thanks to umami […]

Lentil Rice Pilaf Recipe with Sweet Potato and Peas

Lentil Rice Pilaf with Sweet Potato

Here’s a recipe inspired by the cleansing and healing Ayurvedic dish called kitchari (a one pot meal of lentils and rice with spices). Yes, I said inspired. In reality what I have created here is something a little more a Lebanese lentil rice pilaf. There’s garlic and onion here… extra flavor people! But I am […]

Vegetable Fried Rice (Nasi Goreng) Recipe

Vegetable Fried Rice (Nasi Goreng)

Here’s a rice dish that is anything than boring!. It’s a non-traditional version of an Indonesian fried rice also called Nasi Goreng (Nasi = Rice, Goreng = Fried). Yes, I made this vegetable fried rice my way, so there is definitely some Elle Factor here. Nasi goreng is typically flavored with a sweet soy sauce […]

Wild Black & White Rice with Oyster Mushrooms and Swiss Chard

Black & White Rice with Oyster Mushrooms and Swiss Chard

Here’s a wild rice with oyster mushrooms dish that won’t bore you to death. One inspired from a trip with friends to Istanbul where we experienced some of the most amazing meals — modern Turkish ones, resembling the “Ottolenghi way”. My friend Anna has been there about a zillion times so knows all the best […]

Porcini Risotto with Sage

Porcini Risotto with Sage

What can be more satisfying than a bowl of homemade risotto? Sadly something I think we enjoy far to seldom. All that stirring, right? Yes, we love to eat it but seldom what to go through the trouble of making it. I actually don’t mind making risotto. It’s easy enough, and while keeping a watchful […]

Seafood Jambalaya‏ with Prawns, Swordfish and Monkfish

Jambalaya is none other than the creole version of Spanish paella. It uses more stock and tomatoes, and is much more spirited, but just like paella, jambalaya is a rustic dish prepared in a single pot. It’s usually a spicy hodgepodge of chicken, Andouille sausage, vegetables, rice and seafood. I love my version—without the meat. […]