The recipe is from the Bulgarian chef Ivan Zvezdev. He calls it moussaka with zucchini. Bulgarians have different types of moussaka with meat and vegetables. This is a very tasty, tender, hearty dish, I would say cheesecake with zucchini))) It is delicious both hot and cold.
I recommend to everyone who loves ice cream to prepare this delicious cake. It is prepared very simply and quickly, it turns out to be huge, enough for a large company.
In our family, this is the most favorite and delicious drink for the winter. Rich, concentrated taste with bright notes of summer! Cooking is very simple and fast!
I suggest the option of cookies when you do not want to mess with the oven. Baking in the oven is very good, but it is not always possible. For example, in a small dacha you do not have an oven, but there is a stove. It is not difficult to prepare such a simple cookie, even a young hostess can cope with the work. Cookies are prepared very easily and quickly, and it turns out very tasty.
I offer the Cooks delicious Turkish pastries, the filling of which is wrapped in a thin dough, and then placed in a spiral in a baking dish. Berek is prepared with different fillings, but I decided to combine different fillings in one pie. Come on in, try it 🙂
A simple, affordable cake for an afternoon tea party. Of course, in the season we take fresh plums and rhubarb, I took it from the freeze. The shape is 24 cm in diameter, the height of the pie in the center is 5 cm
Very tasty and easy to prepare dish. Zucchini with a crispy sesame crust and a spicy sauce.
The recipe from the chicken thigh is for those who do not want to stand at the stove stirring and turning. It is practical to use the time when the dish is being prepared – for other things! At the same time, get an excellent result from soft and juicy meat!
I want to treat you to a dish of zucchini in a crunchy cheese crust, which can be a great snack for foam. In the recipe, I use two cooking methods. Come in, try it and choose the right one for yourself. Both options are juicy and crispy.
Devonshire clotted cream is no longer cream, but not yet butter. Tender, creamy-sweet, and amazingly delicious. In Devonshire, farmers have been preparing them using ancient technology for many many years. The secret of production, as usual, is different for everyone and is not particularly disclosed. But here I met a recipe on the Internet how to cook melted cream at home, in the oven. In Devonshire, this clotted cream is a mandatory part of afternoon tea. They are served with skins. The scones are cut lengthwise, spread with strawberry jam, and put a spoonful of melted cream on top. It’s divinely delicious!