Lemon perfection experiment! I want to create a velvety lemon tart with a crisp base, but only with fruit that is as fresh as possible. Hence I picked ripe lemons from the tree and an hour later they are in this tart. The filling should be just cooked until 70C to ensure it's smooth and not heavy and overpowering.
Homemade Spicy Walnut & Capsicum Dip 🌶 2 large red capsicums 1/2 Cup of chopped walnuts 2 Garlic Cloves Handful of fresh parsley 1 Red Chilli 3 Tablespoons Lemon juice 2 Tablespoons of water 3 Tablespoons of Olive oil Salt & Pepper First off you will need to roast the capsicums. Place chopped capsicums on a baking tray and drizzle over some olive oil. Bake on 180c for 20 minutes or until you see the capsicum skins start to blister. Once the capsicums are ready place them into a zip lock bag this will help trap the heat in & sweat off the capsicum skins so they are easier to discard. Now that the capsicum skins are removed place all of your ingredients into a food processor/ blender. Blend your dip until you have a beautifully smooth consistency. To plate the dip I drizzled over some olive oil, sesame seeds, chilli flakes & some reserved crushed walnuts & Dip in 😉xx #hungrylittleme#dip#capsicumdip#walnutdip#walnuts#capsicums#oliveoil#garlic#salt#pepper#lemon#lemonjuice#homemadedip#homecooked #
6 Ways to Whitening your nails at home.the summer Is here and I use a lot of self tanning lotion (healthy and safe way to get a tan) and I noticed my nails were turning brown. They looked dirty no matter what I did. Here's 6 nail whitening solutions you can try! 💋💅🏻. 1. Whitening Toothpaste – I tried this one first. It’s easy and it works! Use a baby toothbrush to apply it and give your nails a good scrub for a minute or two. You may need to do it several times depending on how stained your nails are. The white colored pasty toothpaste works best as opposed to the blue or green gel-like toothpaste. Whitening toothpaste with added baking soda is even better! 2. Lemon Juice & Baking Soda – Squeeze half of a lemon (or more) into a plastic bowl, and then add and blend baking soda until you get a nice abrasive paste-like texture. Then use an old toothbrush to scrub your nails with it. Rinse, and repeat if needed. If you have any small cuts near your nails, you may want to hold off on this one. The acidity in lemon juice is not very nice! 3. 3% Hydrogen Peroxide & Baking Soda – Mix the two together until you’ve got a paste-like texture. Cover your nails with it and allow the mixture to sit on them for about 3 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water. 4. Commercial Denture Cleaner – Dissolve a couple of tablets in warm water, and soak your nails in it for about 5 minutes. I haven’t tried this one because I don’t happen to have denture cleaner laying around, but I’ve heard that it works. 5. Nail Whitening Pencil – I didn’t know this existed until recently! You can pick up a nail whitening pencil on Amazon (maybe even Walmart or Target, too). I like to apply it under the tips of my nails to make them look healthier (almost looks like a french manicure, only more natural). 6. Base Coat – Prevent stained nails from happening in the first place by using a base coat. It’s definitely worth the extra step! Don’t forget that most of