A tasty tomato tart with cheese, and it is very easy to prepare. Using pesto on the bottom of your tart is not necessary, but it gives the tart s more delicious flavor. You can switch out the pesto with other different sauces, for example- chimichurri, then for the cheese filing...Read more
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Golubtsi is popular dish in many Eastern European countries and the Middle East made of cabbage leaves stuffed with a variety of ingredients. Very similar to dolma, which uses grape leaves. In Serbia, Slovenia, Hungary and Croatia, cabbage rolls with smoked pork are very popular at Christmas. They are cooked in a skillet or baked in the oven. In Romania,...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
In August when there are a lot of different vegetables in my garden, I like to cook easy and quick dishes such as salads or simple appetizers. But usually I have too many tomatoes and cucumbers which are not possible to use it all at once, so I can them for the fall-winter. For example, Read more
Another tasty take on a summer classic! Instead of boiled corn you can use corn cooked on the grill. Don’t forget just before grilling to soak the corn unshucked in cold water for 10-15 minutes. Grill or boil until tender, about 15 min. It will be sweet and juicy on the cob.
I usually cook bruschetta with fresh tomatoes, but after trying this recipe with slightly fried tomatoes and garlic, I liked it even more! The recipe is very simple to prepare and great for picnics or some dinner party. It can be cooked on an outdoor grill when the weather is great outside, or at home. The perfect...Read more
You can prepare the dumplings in advance, and keep in the refrigerator before cooking. Just freeze them and put in boiling water for about 8-10 minutes. you can steam them on lettuce leaves or just like me, using a...Read more