I want to share with you a very interesting recipe casserole of vegetables and minced meat. The taste is so amazing that the dish will be a worthy decoration of the festive table, although I cooked it as a usual Sunday dish.
I invite you to a Cup of tea, which will warm in the rainy autumn days.
This green tea with Oriental flavor will appeal to fans of cardamom. A wonderful and healthy drink that I recommend you to cook.
You know, sometimes it is very difficult to imagine and describe in all its glory “bouquet” of the drink, and even more so the drink, “alien” to taste. But the taste here is amazing.
Everyone knows the beneficial properties of hibiscus tea, in Arab countries it is considered a cure for all diseases. And adding no less useful kumquat and ginger, we get an amazing tea, not only useful, but also perfectly refreshing in the heat.
Karkade tea has excellent refreshing properties due to the citric acid contained in it, which makes it an indispensable drink in hot, stuffy weather. Having prepared this tea you will need to drink a lot of water. Happy summer days.
Fish casserole with crushed Borodino bread and buckwheat, in the omelet filling turned out very tasty, tender and fragrant, bread gives the casserole a special flavor. A worthy dish for dinner with loved ones.
Lenten appetizer with a creamy texture, painted with a palette of flavors. Cooking is easy. Fun and spring-bright dish! Looks great on the holiday table. Try to cook this snack and surprise your guests.
I tried it for the first time in an Arabic restaurant. Since he did not find peace until I teach myself to cook. Interesting taste, like both adults and children. And besides – also very useful-solid vegetable protein! Feel free to cook and spread on bread.
Are several ways of serve. In Israel, hummus is considered a salad. As the advertisement of a well-known Israeli company, a salad producer says – “Hummus is made with love, or not made at all” and “personal hummus – personal memories”. Well, about love and memories, I will discuss below. In the meantime, if you’re interested, let’s go cook!