At the moment, cooking is more fun than it has not been for a long time, I’m just eager to try something new. Maybe I should have chosen other weather conditions for my experiments, because standing at 32 degrees in the kitchen with apron on the stove is pretty exhausting. But unlike men who are virtually unable to serve the gas grill without a cold beer in hand, I can not chirp a cyclist in the kitchen at ten in the morning (why not, the only one who could catch me is DHL -Mann, but this one can no longer look here;)).
Food served in small bowls is incredibly appealing to me! It starts with the small plates in the sushi restaurant and stops somewhere in the Edeka at the tasting stand for a new muesli variety. That’s why I can not stop collecting bowls and bowls. Whenever I get a visit (except the DHL man), I often prepare the food in them (not least, because there is nothing scary for me than a durchgematschten salad at the grill buffet).
Grilled vegetables with sesame
How to do it:
Slice the aubergines and place in salted water for 10 minutes. Rinse and pat dry. Cut the zucchini into slices and add to the eggplant on a baking tray. Drizzle with a little olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Mix everything and grill in the preheated oven under the grill for about five minutes.
Chop the parsley, toast the sesame in the pan. Mix with the remaining ingredients and pour over the cooled vegetables. Season with salt, pepper and Ras el Hanout.
The vegetables taste delicious as a starter or baked potatoes with coriander …
How to do it:
Cut the onion, ginger, garlic and aubergine into fine cubes. Put the eggplant in salted water for 10 minutes, then rinse and pat dry.
Pour the tomatoes over with boiling water and then skin. Without the core case cut into small cubes.
Sweat onions, ginger and garlic together with the sugar in oil, add the aubergines and fry. Add the tomatoes to salsa and deglaze with orange juice. Season with salt and chili (dried or fresh, definitely hot). Simmer for about 10 minutes.
Fits perfectly with fish and seafood! If you have just as much mint in the garden as I do, chop it a little and set it down, it tastes really delicious (but I just remembered afterwards).
Before I say goodbye and at 22.49 o’clock still make a detour to the fridge in search of a rest of the salsa, here’s an outtake of the photos. I find it really brazen how de Kater always smuggles into the picture:) …
A great summer week still for you! Catherine