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Rea´s Food Stories

Rea loves food and people.

Rea´s food stories: a travel and cooking blog

Nicolaas Heyning

Traveling means not only adapting to the cultural habits but also to the local and seasonal products. Many of my memories are connected to food. I visit every market I can, I talk to farmers, exchange recipes or just try to learn and absorb what people are willing to share.
I´m writting this blog as a memory for myself but also for the one of you who wants to see how it is to cook on a boat with limited ressources but also who is curious to get into different cuisines.  At the moment we are sailing around the Canary Islands. There is no chronological order and I poste what we like most and think it´s worth sharing. Obviously the healthy  aspect is always present since I consider Samuel´s (no sugar and as many veggies as possible) diet. 
However, enjoy, try out your own version I would say and feel free to comment if you liked it. 
Love, Rea

 

Mojo verde & rojo

Nicolaas Heyning

Green and red sauce eaten with papas arugadas (cooked potatos in salt) 

Ingredients

  • Garlic
  • Cumin
  • Sea Salt
  • Olive Oil 
  • a bunch of coriander
  • a little bit of chilli flakes
  • vinegre

Preparation

Put all the ingredients besides of the vinagre in a bowl, mix them with a hand blender and add afterwards at the end the vinegre. The amount depends on your taste. 

Mojo rojo

  • Garlic
  • red paprica from Gomera :)
  • olive oil
  • vinagre
  • cumin
  • oregano

Preparation

Put all the ingredients besides of the vinagre in a bowl, mix them with a hand blender and add afterwards at the end the vinegre. The amount depends on your taste. 

Papas arugadas

Ingredients

  • potatos, take the little onces
  • sea salt

Preparation

Cook the potatos in cold water with that much salt that they float immediately. Cook them till good, pure the water away and let them in the pan without water on the fire for a couple of minutes. They will turn a little bit white from the salt. Serve them immediately with the mojo verde & rojo.