Hello, How are You ?
Yes, I know. I've been quite absent here. Last post dates from June 15th, that's actually quite embarasing...
So, what's new?
I'm married now ! It was a really great day, and very hot too ! Hottest day of the year here in Belgium :-) We had fun, my dress was awesome, the food was G-O-O-D (and gluten-free for me, ofcourse).
We went to Sweden for our Honeymoon, that was great too. Everything was just so beautiful - oh, I want to go back, right now ! By the way, Sweden is a great country for everyone who eats gluten-free. I mean - I ate a hamburger ! Just like that ! (Actually, I ate two hamburgers :-P) In every store you could find something gluten-free, some stores actually had a large amount of stuff. Oh, I want to live there.
Summer ended quite quickly, and I went back to school. New school actually, new study, new people ... All very interesting, but very tiresome. I've been quite exhausted really. Lots of things to do, too. And I'll be glad when this year is over. But I'll make it :-) Oh, and I've got a new kitty cat! She's a lovely fuzzy white thing called Svea :-)
And now: A new recipe ! I wanted to participate to this month's "Go Ahead Honey It's Gluten Free". It's been so long since I entered. The theme for November was "Oaxacan Cuisine", hosted by Kajora of Spice Lovely. To tell you the truth, I had NO idea what Oaxacan cuisine was. Something Mexican, right? Some googling brought me to some sites and some recipes. I used this one but I altered it a bit.
Oaxacan Chicken Mole
• 2 chicken breast halves
• 2 tablespoons olive oil
• 1 can of skinned tomatoes
• 1 yellow paprika
• 20g black chocolate
• Salt and peper, chili powder, ground cumin, ground cinnamon and cloves to taste
Cut the chicken in bitesize pieces. Season. Cut the paprika in small pieces. Heat the olive oil, cook the chicken until brown. Stew the paprika till slightly soft. Add the tomatoes with their juices, along with the chocolate and spices. Cook until the sauce thickens up.
Serve with white rice or tortillas.
This really isn't a dish to take pictures of... But it tastes much better than it looks ! ;-)