Easy and quick are my staple keywords in the kitchen. These biscuits are very quick to make and don’t require many ingredients. The final result is crunchy but not too much, thick and buttery.
– 50% classic flour and 50% rice flour, 150 gr total more or less
– 50 gr vegetable butter
– 1 tbsp of brown sugar
– a pinch of salt
– 2 tsps of rose water
– 1 tsp of lemon zest
– water or soy milk
The iter is very simple, just put only the dry ingredients at first and then add the milk/water, the butter and the flavours. When the dough is solid enough (it shouldn’t be dry, it should be just solid enough not to fall apart while cutting) cut small circles or make little balls and then press them flat. They should cook in the oven for 5 mins at 200° and then another 5 mins at 160°.
Lovely and fragrant!
Very simple and quick lovely summer pasta dish.
– tortiglioni or other big size short pasta
– 5 small tomatoes
– 2 artichokes in slices, already cleaned
– a handful of green peas (dried or fresh)
– a couple of handfuls of rocket salad/arugula
– half a lemon
– 2 cloves
– some red onion
– coconut oil
– salt and pepper
Boil the pasta in salted water as usual. Boil in a separate pan, artichokes, peas and cloves with a pinch of salt. After 7 minutes, more or less, drain the artichokes and peas and throw in another pan with some coconut oil, the red onion and some small pieces of lemon peel. Let it stir fry sweetly and then add the tomatoes, some lemon juice and the rocket leaves. Drain the pasta when ready and just mix everything together. You can add a bit of olive oil if you like, I just add black pepper. 😉