It feels like spring these days. I can go outside without a coat, I can walk around barefoot and I can wake up in the morning to the sound of birds chirping. And when the weather gets better, I want to celebrate that with some zesty cookin'! Pinterest constantly has my mouth watering, so I got my inspiration there. On the menu: spicy skewers (lamb, beef and pork), salsa and parmesan crusted potatoes and zucchini with a sour cream-garlic sauce! Very easy, VERY yummy.
How to make the potatoes and zucchini:
Cut the raw vegetables in thick slices (about 1-1,5cm). Get a bowl ready with separated egg whites if you want to keep it extra healthy or just some beaten eggs, and a plate with a mixture of breadcrumbs (or panko), grated parmesan and some herbs (I used chili flakes and oregano). Dip your slices, first in the egg and then in the parmezan-breadcrumb mixture. Line up your veggie slices on a baking tray lined with aluminum foil. Don't forget to prep it with some oil, otherwise your slices will stick. Pop into a preheated (about 220°celsius) oven for 25 minutes or until golden and cooked. Serve immediately.
Throw together some sour cream, garlic and lemon juice et voila! :-D For a healthier substitute, switch your sour cream for greek yoghurt.
Dice up your tomatoes, toss with some finely sliced onions and season with salt, pepper and lemon juice.
Buy these at your local butcher shop and grill them mofos up.
DONE! Bon appetit! Be sure to get a bit of everything on your fork as the flavours and textures go together wonderfully.