Hubby is going through a health craze stage, once again. He has taken to posting pictures of his creations(and they are his, I kid you not, talking about creative men in the kitchen!!) so I decided to give him a voice here, on the blog.
I will start with his oak cakes, he made them the other night and they are savory, to my taste and I can truthfully testify to them being absolutely yummy!
Here are the ingredients and instructions for Alex’s Mediterranean Oat Cakes:
1. In a large bowl mix 300gr oak flakes, a teaspoon of oregano, a teaspoon of rosemary, a few chopped sun-dried tomatoes, chopped fresh basil and salt.
2. Pour in half a glass of oat milk and mix well. Add 2-3 scoops of milled flax, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds, blend and chop a quarter of garlic clove. Squeeze in a teaspoon of lemon. Get your hands dirty and knead everything into dough.
3. Roll dough and cut out cakes using a glass. Place cakes in a pan, place in preheated oven and bake for 15 minutes.
4. Serve cakes cold. Serving suggestions: cucumber & smoked salmon & red chilli; avocado & tiger prawns; beetroot and tiger prawns.
Alex has agreed to me using his pictures and recipe in this blog post. He just wants to help people eat healthily, he says. I appreciate his generosity and creativity, I love doing cooking/baking posts but when I am in the kitchen I have very limited time to take pictures and fiddle around so I think Alex might become a regular contributor on the blog.
Watch out for his posts, ya’ all!
Those look great for a bruschetta! Welcome, Alex!