Soba Noodles, Crispy Kale, Ginger & Sesame Sauce

I'm a great fan of rice noodles but here's a delicious alternative with soba noodles. Soba noodles are now easy to find; before you had to go to Japonese stores to shop them. Nevertheless, pay attention to buy buckwheat soba noodles ('soba' ac...

Cauliflower, Split Pea & Seed Soup

A soup! This recipe combines many advantages: a seasonal vegetable like the cauliflower, legumes like split peas and various seeds which are perfect for your health when temperatures drop in winter (loaded with proteins, antioxidants and vita...

Stuffed Little Pumpkins

I love, when Fall comes, to buy those tiny pumpkins that I found either at my organic store or at the market (my favorite veggie supplier has stuff to die for) The problem is that I never knew what to do with them (besides looking at them mixed...

Gluten-Free Ricotta & Spinach Cannelloni

Cannelloni is an Italian famous dish, often made of tubular pasta stuffed with meat, tomatoes and cheese, then cooked in tomato sauce. Here's a more vegetarian version of it with ricotta and spinach, to which I've added a lot of lemon zest and gr...

Caramelized Sweet Potato, Fig & Seed Salad

This salad is just so full of flavors. The sweet potato is oven baked and caramelized in maple syrup, the seeds are roasted and have a toasted flavor, rosemary has a camphorated smell with a peppered taste. All of those ingredients contrast wi...

Roasted Eggplants, Spelt, Yogurt & Pomegranate

Eggplant will soon have disappeard from the market stalls and with her this amazing variety of white eggplant, tasty and deliciously soft. Therefore, I had to publish this recipe before the Winter days... Eggplants are loaded with antioxida...

Tomato & Basil Risotto

I made a promise on this one, so here's my second recipe about risotto (check my eggplant and lemon risotto). And as tomatoes slowly disappear market stalls as winter is lurking around the corner, I want to share this risotto dish made with oven...

Eggplant & Lemon Risotto

Risotto has always been a dish with a preparation I've never dared to launch myself into. And for many reasons. First of all, because my mother, one of the greatest cook who once lived in Italy, masters a divine risotto like a pro. Then, bec...