Cerritos | Yupdduk
I love spicy food, and especially Korean dishes🔥 We ordered the mild version of the spicy rice cake cause I was sharing with some non-spicy food lovers but it still had a kick to it!! It was so chewy, yummy, and 🌶🌶🌶!
Chewed and devoured:
We are the biggest hummus fans, and we just love @lantanafoods variety! Especially their Beet, Sriracha Carrot, Edamame and Yellow Lentil flavors. Don’t they all look and sound awesome? 💓 This hummus is so bright, savory, spicy and delicious and they pair perfectly with any sliced veggies. The mmm goes on forever and the party never ends…
Just LOVE everything in our hotel in Vejer. From the immaculately designed rooms to the cool rooftop terrace (that turns into a pool in the summer) to the beautiful Andalucian breakfast of Jamon, feta cheese, crushed tomatoes, toasts, yoghurt, fruit and a freshly squeezed orange juice. And a coffee of course (actually I asked for an English breakfast 🙈 but I recommend doing it authentically and ask for a coffee like Ben has done here 😂). Can I please start every morning like this ☕️🍗🍅🍞🍊 Thank you @hotel.v! #hosted#spon
Ridiculously quick and easy spinach and feta quiche.😜
6 extra large eggs
1 Cup of cream
1 Cup cooked spinach (approximately 250g uncooked)
2 disks of feta cheese
1 tbsp basil pesto
Salt and pepper to taste
Put the spinach and drain the water. prepare your pan with spray and cook and place the spinach in the bottom of the pan. Crumble the feta cheese over the spinach. Whisk the eggs and cream together. Add 2 tablespoon of basil pesto and for the mixture over the spinach. Bake in the oven for about 20-25 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.