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.
A fairly simple, but at the same time awesome and unusual recipe, the taste of this dish can not be transmitted, you can only 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
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!
Very tasty, light salad. Without further ado. Be sure to try it. It’s really very tasty.
Delicious nutritious salad of boiled potatoes and chicken. Add some fresh lettuce leaves and radishes for flavor. Cook and taste. Bon Appetit!
Why Devonshire? The name comes from the county of Devonshire, in the south-west of England. These places are famous for their beautiful landscapes, seaside resorts and traditional tea drinking. Tea is served here with skins, strawberry jam and melted thick cream. By the way, the British are divided into those who first spread jam on the scones, and then put cream on those who do exactly the opposite: first cream, then jam. And I found the recipe for these scones from the British culinary writer and TV presenter Mary Barry.
A very popular dessert “Balparmak” is part of the group of Turkish pastries, which are soaked in syrup. It turns out tender, juicy and sweet. The recipe was first described in the cookbook of the great Ottomans, which was published in 1844 and is stored in the Topkapi Palace.
These are not pies or cheesecakes, but lovers of buckwheat and all cottage cheese will like it! Especially if you dip it in sour cream. And they are also good for a snack in the heat.