Yesterday was a very exciting day. Again, I’m bursting at the seams wanting to share all this exciting Inspiralized news!
But I do have an update I can share – the UK edition of my cookbook publishes tomorrow! You can pre-order your copy here today, or – you can pick it up in stores tomorrow!
How unreal, right? Maybe this is just the reason I need to splurge on a trip to London! To celebrate this launch, I’m sharing a UK version of a cookbook recipe!
This cookbook’s recipe measurements have all been converted from cups to grams and certain food terms have been switched to meet the English dialect (ie “courgette” instead of “zucchini.”)
I’m so proud of this cookbook and it’s a real honor to bring it to my UK readers! If you are US-based, you can find this recipe on page 95 of the cookbook (which you can order here.)
Before I share the recipe, I wanted to share the headnote. Each recipe in this cookbook comes with a headnote – a little introduction written by me. These headnotes include personal anecdotes, description of the recipes, tips on how to change them up and just my own personal touch.
The first getaway trip Lu and I took together as a couple was to Santorini and Mykonos, in Greece. When we arrived at our hotel on Santorini, it was late at night, but we were ravenous from almost 20 hours of travelling. We dropped our bags and walked a few minutes to a small nearby restaurant and asked for “anything Santorinian”. The waitress brought us tomatokeftedes – fried tomato balls. I don’t know if it was the exhaustion or the excitement, nut I will never forget that first bite. Of couse, we devoured them and ordered more. For the rest of our stay on Santorini we never ate at a restaurant without ordering their tomatokeftedes. These healthy tomato balls are my way of bringing a bit of Santorini to you.
Note: Today’s recipe photo was taken by Evan Sung.
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Nutritional Information & Recipe
Calories: 170 / Fat: 6 g / Carbohydrates: 24 g / Sodium: 313 mg / Protein: 9 g / Sugar: 7g