These meatballs are so flavorful, tender, juicy and really easy to prepare. A perfect idea for your 'finger food' party, Super Bowl party, or even the holidays. You can make them for dinner with rice, potatoes or vegetables. And you can also serve with any Asian-flavored sauce to your taste.
A very simple recipe using pelmeni/ dumplings dough, but yet it is much easier to work with, because with the addition of vegetable oil, the dough is more soft and more elastic. I cooked some of the pelmeni/ dumplings right away for dinner, and placed the remainder in the freezer for another time. Instead of a bamboo steamer,...Read more
This chicken came out so juicy and delicious, and the small kick from the garlic-cilantro sauce gives the chicken an elevated taste. One of my favorite recipes when cooking with a whole chicken! This serves great with vegetables, potatoes, pasta, or rice. I am definitely planning on making it again!
While I used Champignon mushrooms in this dish, you can use different ones, or you can make with two or three different varieties such as chanterelles, oyster mushrooms, champignons, etc. The size of my tart mold is about 22 cm. The dough can be prepared in advance and kept in the fridge. Also, for this quiche I used two different kinds...Read more
Now with the cool fall weather it's time to bake quiches and tarts! I like them because they can be sweet or savory and there are endless combinations to try. With mushrooms out now, I chose to use them along with bacon. The recipe for the dough is the same I use for tarts or pies, it's my favorite and easy...Read more
Sunday is Mexican Independence Day, and restaurants here will honor the occasion by serving up the traditional treat of Chiles en Nogada Chiles en Nogada is a classic Mexican dish originating from Puebla. Stuffed poblano peppers with meat mixed with fruits and spices and topped with walnut sauce, pomegranate seeds and cilantro or parsley. The colors of the dish reflect...Read more
Usually I cook khachapuri a different way, for example "Adjarian khachapuri". This time I decided to simplify the recipe a bit and it still turned out great. Instead of using a special cheese called "suluguni" or "imeretian" cheese, I used "bryndza" (a sheep milk cheese made in Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine). It's sort...Read more