Veggie fritters

Hey guys!

Ooooooft, that last week was really exhausting… so I had decided to treat myself a bit and went to the farmers market at the weekend, meandered in between the little stalls and got lost in the colours, smells and impressions. Naturally I also selected a few lucky ingredients that were allowed to hop into my basket and accompany me home.

Once I arrived in my kitchen I quickly decides to turn my prey into crunchy and colourful veggie fritters: potato, onion, green zucchini & dark red carrots – alternatively you could also use yellow carrots or yellow zucchini or orange carrots, or … you get the point 😉

Delicously crunchy and easy to make! I usually serve the fritters – or rosti, as I call them – as a big serving on their own, just whipping up a quick yogurt-y dip to go with it. But you could also use them as a yummy side dish, that’s totally up to you.

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Do you like shopping at the famers market just as much? What was your greatest find or discovery so far?

Stay sweet & HAPPY COOKING!

xx Kristin

 

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Veggie Kebab

Hello Zebras,

the summer is here and as usual, the warmer the days, the more I feel the desire for light, fresh food. The fact that one is trying to get a bit closer to that ominous thing called ‘beachbody’, that everyone is talking about, might play a part as well.

This tasty vegetarian doener ticks all the boxes: an extra-large portion of grilled vegetables meets crunchy pita bread and an outrageously good sauce! I am a carnivore through and through but this recipe is just perfect WITHOUT the meat. And right now, there really are so many great, local vegetables available so let’s put them to delicious use!

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Have you ever made Doener kebab at home before?

 

Stay sweet & HAPPY COOKING!

xx Kristin