In the eggplant season, I often cook this dish. I decided to offer you this spicy snack.
Pate is good to make for Breakfast, afternoon tea, a snack, as well as for a festive table. I’ll make it for Breakfast today. Pate with crab sticks, bell pepper, sweet paprika on cottage cheese and sour cream with herbs.
I want to introduce you to an interesting and very delicious dish of Chinese cuisine from the province of Shanxi. The dish is spicy, filling and easy to prepare. For the recipe, thank you to Xiao Yun, a resident of this province.
If you are in Greece, be sure to visit the street markets – Laiki (folk), where you can see and buy the freshest fruits and vegetables, seafood and fish, honey, olives, olives and other Goodies. There are more than 50 such bazaars every week, only in Athens. So I went to my weekly market on the next street and thought I’d buy some fruit… yeah, scored full kurozu (special truck)! And how to resist this riot of colors and flavors! Inspired by shopping, I decided-today in the menu Gemista! And how I cook it, come visit and find out!
There are many recipes for eggplant caviar, and each of them is good in its own way. I share with you one of these options. Delicious bread, cold eggplant caviar and hot boiled new potatoes-a song, not a food!
Juicy, flavorful, bright and slightly spicy salad. Perfectly refreshing. It can perfectly diversify the summer menu.
I offer a delicious, fragrant and velvety soup with vegetables. A variation of the Turkish dish “Kazarma”, only with a slightly different cooking technique. Fried-because all the ingredients are pre-fried, and then cooked together for a short time.
Aromatic and incredibly delicious kebabs of Turkey, mushrooms and vegetables in the oven. I cook in different variations almost every weekend. For those who in the city miss real kebabs, bonfires and recreation-the very thing!
The salad is simple in composition, but very presentable. And insanely delicious and satisfying. Tender, with a piquant taste.
A simple and quick dish is the Turkish home cooking. It is most often prepared for Breakfast or served as a meze appetizer before the main course. Traditionally, this snack is eaten by scooping up a flatbread.