Food | Favourite Recipes in September

My favourite recipes in September | Picture Monstruo Estudio/Unsplash

Over the past few weeks here in Scotland, I’ve started trying a lot of the recipes I’ve been pinning on Pinterest (instead of just having a pretty picture collection). My flat is ‘only’ student accommodation, but the kitchen is big and amazing and it’s real fun working in there (even though my utensils practically consist of a spoon and two pots). I’ve tested quite a few recipes so far, some have been great and absolutely delicious, others not so much. Either way, most of the combinations were something I would have never thought of trying before.

Since I know some of you are cooks (and Pinterest-users ;) as well, here’s a little selection of my favourite recipes in September.

Recipes I tried in September

Pear Pizza with Fried Sage: This one was a real hit! I used dried sage instead of fresh, but still the sweet and salty mix of the pear and the pizza was so. good. I will definitely try it again!

Healthy Chicken Enchiladas: Okay, to be honest, this wasn’t all that special or hard to make. But, it was really tasty, so I included it in this list.

Creamy Orzo: We used shrimps instead of chicken sausage (what even is chicken sausage?). It proofed to be a great substitute and worked really well with the orzo.

Mushroom and Spinach Pasta: Again, not too difficult to make, but very (very) tasty. I can imagine this to be a great weeknight staple when I’m not in the mood to cook anything difficult.

Chanterelle Chowder with Bacon: In this recipe I used mushrooms instead of chanterelles and left out the corn. Next time I would probably use less thyme, but other than that it’s a great recipe!

+ Charred Tomatoes with Fried Eggs on Garlic Toast: What’s better than fresh tomatoes, just-right fried eggs and garlic toast? Try it for a scrumptious brunch, it will not disappoint.

Have you tried any good recipes lately?

By the way, since I love organising absolutely everything (tiny bit of OCD here), I’ve started a Pinterest board with recipes I have tried that do actually work (and that I would totally make a second time). You can follow along over here, if you like!


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Hanna’s Places is a green lifestyle magazine written by Hanna Ulatowski. It’s all about slowing down in a fast-paced society and finding ways to live a more sustainable, simple lifestyle.

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