Homemade crackers are easier to make than you think! This is a simple recipe with just 6 accessible ingredients. Smoked paprika crackers are crispy, crunchy, and tasty; smoked paprika brings out an appealing flavor and aroma. They are the ideal accompaniment to marinara dip and go well with white wine—pure decadence. They are the perfect snack for any time of day.
For the tea lovers and fanatics, I am sharing with you a traditional course of a tea ritual. Let’s create a unique tea blend, which is much less expensive than buying some of the pre-made, and enjoy a fun way to explore the dynamic between the aromas and flavors we find in teas and food. Cucumber sandwiches with smoked paprika hummus and lavender-blood orange green tea blend is the best vegan snack-and-tea combination you will ever taste!
There is no doubt that hummus is one of the most popular and healthy dips out there. This is a simple and easy recipe for homemade hummus with a twist: smoked paprika adds a seductive smoky flavour and aroma. Smoked paprika hummus–stuffed tomatoes can be served as an impressive and nutritious side dish which offers a refreshing take on spring tomatoes.
Roasted carrots is the easiest and quickest side dish to accompany and complement a main dish. These roasted carrots are cooked simply with olive oil, fresh lemon juice, salt and pepper! Serve them warm or chilled with hummus as the perfect snack.
This is a light dish made with warming winter vegetables, celeriacs and leeks. Celeriac and leeks with wheat groats is delicious and nutritious and spicy. Succumb to this yummy dish! A fresh squeeze of lemon adds a bitter twist and a bright freshness to the naturally sweet veggies.
Grilled Eggplant Salad is a delicious appetizer or side dish. It has a light velvety texture and a surprising smoky flavor! The parsley and the garlic and the green chili pepper go well with the luscious flavor of eggplants.
This is a power-food combination! This recipe brings to you a harmonic blend of aromas, flavors, and colors; the smoky sweet sauce of roasted red peppers goes well with the earthy flavor of buckwheat, the latter brings out the spiciness of the herbed and spiced chickpeas which is tamed by the breezy fresh salad. If you’re on a gluten-free diet, this recipe is ideal for you.