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Office workers’ menu A

A hint on a perfect meal, if you have an office job like me.

This meal is a stuffed zucchini, with mozzarella gnocchi.


  • 1 zucchini

  • 100 g camambert

  • 1 Capia pepper

  • cream

  • spices: salt, black pepper, thyme, basil

  • 1 egg

  • 100 g mozzarella

  • additional for meat eaters: bacon and/or sausage

I think the making process is easy. For the zucchini, you just have to wash&cut it, i recomment to cut it in 4 pieces. Then you just put the “stuffing” on it, or carve it a little, and you add it after it.

I cut the Capia little, 2-3 cm slices, for the camambert, just simple slices (1 cm thick) like you would slice a cheese. I placed them on the zucchini, poured some cream on it- not too much otherwise it will go everywhere, and we don’t want it, do we? The final stage was putting the spices(for the salt, it’s up to you, for one piece of zucchini, it is just one pinch of salt for me). I leave that to your taste, i used about one pinch with all of the spices.

If you are a meat eater, i recommend to use bacon, or some kind of a sausage (sliced/chopped). 

Bake it until the cheese is melted, and the vegetables are soft.

If you never heard about mozzarella gnocchi, here is a great recipe i use: 

Garlic “Gnocchi”

I found it on pinterest 🙂

Here is a picture i made. Sorry for the quality, i’ll make some more and i’ll make a better pic, but at least you can see how it looks. My colleague said it looks a bit crazy, but smelled fine, and tasted fine 🙂


Enjoy, comment, share.



Veggie recipe inspired by my fridge

Story: i was hungry and needed food. I saw the content of my fridge. and i realized it contains too many vegetables. That’s all 😀


  • 2 carrots
  • 2 (big) potatoes
  • 2 kapia peppers
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • half lettuce
  • spices (salt, black pepper, curcuma, wok spice)
  • butter

Making process: First, i wash, and peel(well, almost, cause the pepper and the lettuce don’t have to be peeled) everything, then slice. After it, spread the butter in a wok pan or a saucepan. Add the garlic (chopped to little pieces), then the carrots. Add salt and some spices.I baked the carrots for a little while, then added water (one cup), and cover it. It’s important to not add the potato immediately because (if you don’t know it already) the carrots need more time to cook. I added the potatoe when the carrots are half-cooked.

Add some water everytime you need it to avoid burning down.

When both the potatoe and the carrot are half or fully cooked, add the pepper and the lettuce. Cook until everything is “nice and soft”(and with just a little amount of water, so it’s rather sauced not “wet”), but don’t forget to taste if it needs more salt or spice.

Tips: you can eat it with bagels, or have it as a garnish next to meat.

Also, a picture of kapia peppers: