Turkey thigh roll stuffed with spicy filling is a delicious and beautiful snack for any occasion. Meat loaf always looks bright and presentable on any festive table. This roll can be served both hot and cold. Tender, juicy Turkey meat, steeped in the aromas of prunes and savory spices. To complement the Turkey roll, you can use a useful and bright garnish of ginger carrots. In General, the dish is light (in composition), bright and festive!
Incredibly tender, fragrant pate with a spicy note, thanks to the pomegranate. Very tasty and not at all troublesome.
Healthy and tasty. Try to cook, dear cooks!
Ratatouille-a dish that was born in Provence, and then quickly spread throughout the southern region of the country, is now known and loved by many not only in France but throughout the world. Classic Ratatouille must contain zucchini, eggplant, bell peppers, tomatoes. Vegetables are cooked in olive oil with onions and / or / garlic and, of course, Provencal herbs – fresh or dry. Modern cooks, of course, often modify the recipe in every way, as it happens with all known classic recipes. Let me introduce you to my version. In this recipe, I used Ratatouille as a pie filling. Suitable when just vegetable stew is a little boring. Pumpkin dough is a godsend. It is nutritious, tasty, bright!
Juicy, bright salad with fragrant dressing. Is preparing easily and simply. Looks great on the holiday table.
Beautiful, delicious, light and at the same time nutritious salad. Nuts and mushrooms will provide you with proteins, and greens – vitamins. And what else is needed for lean or vegetarian diet, which should not harm the body.
I bring to your attention and highly recommend this ambiguous salad. He is gentle and tart at the same time. For each day it is not difficult to make a holiday and put on the table-to surprise guests. Look, decide. Recommend.
My mother always said “Eat properly and don’t forget the soups”. So I thought that for a long time did not cook one of my favorite soups. How it all cook, see below.
Two options for serving fish with sauces that amazingly set off its taste. Even the most inexpensive fish, such as cod or hake, will get a festive taste with such a supply. If you don’t have enough small plates to serve these snacks to all the guests, just make crunchy toasts, grease them with sauces (they’re thick enough), and top with a piece of fish.