I’m gonna share this awesome dish with you now. This is from my other food blog (All my older recipes will be moved here soon), but I want to show you what kind of food you can expect from me. And this one became very popular and I totally understand that because it’s so good.
When I was in Finland 3 weeks ago, I got to taste a super good avocado pasta. I had actually never eaten avocado with pasta before, and I love avocado so much and it’s my Nr 1 craving at the moment haha. So, I really wanted to eat this dish again and I did it my own way, and….. It became so good. I recommend to do this pasta dish, maybe this weekend with a glas of good white wine. You will get addicted.
400g of pasta
5 dl pasta water
3 cloves of garlic, chopped
3 shallot onion, chopped
1,5 red fresh chili, chopped, without the seeds
2,5 dl of dry white wine
4-5 avocados, depends how big they are
2 dl chopped fresh parsley
2 dl chopped fresh basil
1,5 dl grated parmesan
Salt and pepper
Olive oil and grated parmesan for garnish
Start to cook the pasta with salt and olive oil to ‘al dente’ and save about 5 dl of the pasta water for later
Fry the chopped shallot, garlic and the chili (remember to take out the seeds from the chili) in olive oil
Pour the wine into the pan and stir around, let it boil together a little
Add the cooked pasta and mix everything together, turn off the heat!
Pour the pasta water and stir
Add the avocado pieces, the chooped perslay, basil and the parmesan in to the pan and mix everything together
Squeeze lime juice over the pasta and taste it with salt and pepper
Granish it with some olive oil and grated parmesan. :)
My name is Jennifer Berg and I’m one of the new bloggers at Trendnet and I’m so excited to start blogging here and share a part of my life with you guys.
Unfortunately I can’t write in Icelandic yet, but I hope it will come in the nearest future. I hope you all are understanding and you can always use Icelandic to me. And then I learn at the same time. :)
So, I thought I would start writing a little bit about myself. A short version haha.
I’m a Swedish girl who moved to Iceland for about 1 year ago. Living in Reykjavik with my Icelandic soccer player and my baby Knútur, who is a french bulldog.
I’m 25 years old (1991). Born and raised in Sweden, in a small town called Borås. My mother is from Chiang Mai, north of Thailand and my father was Swedish (he passed away when I was 10y old <3). I’ve always been a girl who loves to look for new things, new places to explore and new people to meet. And I’m not afraid to take chances in life. ‘Better an oops than a what if’.
In my blog you will read a lot about food, as that’s my biggest passion, I love to cook and eat haha. So I will share many of my favourite recipes and food pictures. I had a food blog before, and All my recipes will be moved to this site soon.
I’m also working as model and there for I travel a lot, which is my other biggest favourite thing and I also need to keep my body in shape. So you will follow my life during travels, training, modelling and my life here in Iceland.
I hope you will find my food and lifestyle blog interesting and inspiring.
There are so amazingly good meat stores here in Iceland, but we usually go to a place called “Kjöt og Fiskur” which is located right in the center of Reykjavik. And today we bought ribeye steak for dinner! Had also help in the kitchen today, my love, Skuli, and he is so good with the grill and grilled these good Ribeyes perfect! :) I made an own rubb to the meat and it became a very good and I also did a cold mustard sauce, perfect for the meat!
Rib eye steak or other good meat
For the rub:
2-3 tablespoons olive oil
2 pressed garlic
2 tsp smoked paprika spice
1 teaspoon cumin
salt and pepper
1. Start with the potatoes, wash and cut into wedges. Mix the potatoes with olive oil and the herb spice/salt on a baking tray and then into the oven at about 225 degrees.
2. Mix all the ingredients to the sauce, and leave it in the frigde.
3. Mix all the ingredients to the rub and then rub it into the meat. Then they are ready to grill :)
This was our Friday dinner! Went and bought some nice salmon from a fish shop here in Reykjavik and made a fresh asparagus bed of arugula salad dressing, parmesan cheese and toasted pine nuts. Boiled some potatoes to it. :)
Parmesan cheese in piece
1/2 cup canola oil
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 cup white wine vinegar
1 1/2 tablespoons liquid honey
1 tablespoon sweet mustard
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
25g rocket salad
1/2 clove garlic
1. Pour olive oil over the asparagus and let sit for about 15 minutes.
2. Roast the asparagus. Spice up the ready-fried asparagus with salt flakes.
3. Toast the pine nuts golden brown in an oiled frying pan. Add some salt on the pine nuts.
4. Mix together mustard, honey and white vinegar to a paste. Mix oil with rucola salad. stir the green oil slowly. Season with salt and crushed garlic.
5. Add asparagus on plate, drizzle the rucola dressing. Sprinkle with the toasted pine nuts, plane of parmesan cheese.
I salted and peppered the salamon, then just in the oven for about 15 minutes in 175grader, depending on how big the piece you have.