Tag Archives: cheese

Tart with Roasted Figs, Thyme and Feta

This tart has a beautiful array of textures and flavors. Super easy to make! Perfect as a dessert, appetizer, or even as a part of brunch. I sliced the figs into medium strips, but if they are fresh you can cut them in half too. Also I used peach jam, but you can use any other jam or marmalade...
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Pork Medallions

Simple and easy recipe for tender and juicy pork. Instead of mayonnaise, you can use sour cream. Another option is to mix mayonnaise with grainy mustard. Serve with orzo or other pasta, vegetables, mashed potatoes, or rice. (more…)...
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Stuffed chicken legs with cheese, nuts and herbs

Stuffed chicken legs are very tasty and not difficult to cook. You can improvise with ingredients to your taste and what is available at the moment of cooking- you can add to the stuffing chicken livers, rice, nuts, dried fruits, beets, onions, mushrooms, carrots, cheese, etc. Meat from the chicken legs is better to chop with a knife, the...
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Khachapuri, from scratch

This time I made Adjarian khachapuri from scratch. Usually I use premade frozen dough, and that works perfectly fine too. This time, however, I made the dough and it was really quick and easy. For the dough I used: -2 1/2 cup of flour, -2.5-3 tsp yeast (mix it in 1 cup warm water with 1tsp...
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Garlic Bread with Herbs and Homemade Tomato Sauce

If you are looking for some quick bread ideas, this recipe is perfect! Very easy and quick to make. You also can change or add some new ingredients to your taste every time when you make these bread sticks. Here are some ideas for you: put mozzarella cheese inside with chopped basil leaves, finely chopped fried bacon, dried tomatoes...
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Fried Plantain with Sour Cream

Plantain or Cooking bananas (plátano on Spanish) are large bananas which usually require cooking before eating them. They are large with a green or gray-greenish rind and contain more starch and less sugar than regular bananas, and have a hard and savory flesh. Before eating, they can be steamed, boiled, grilled, baked, or fried. In most Spanish-speaking countries, Plantains...
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