Very simple and delicious salad. Very easy to prepare.
Green beans, carrots and sweet peppers are perfectly in harmony with the chicken. Spied this recipe in a cafe, now often at home cooking.
If you are already tired of sauerkraut, I suggest you prepare a light vegetable salad with fresh cabbage with an interesting taste. Crispy, with a small pinch of garlic, sour tomato and lemon. A wonderful addition to meat or fish dishes, and in itself good!
This is an amazing vegetable-fennel. At the onion, for flavor – or anise, or dill. Juicy, crunchy. Salads with it are just lovely.
Pepper stuffed with cheese of two varieties and Packed in minced meat and bacon is a fragrant, delicious dish for lunch and dinner. A neat serving will allow you to prepare this dish for the holiday table.
A delicious homemade dish for a variety of everyday lunch or dinner. Chicken fillet due to marinating is tender, juicy and fragrant.
Dear friends, I want to introduce you to a family recipe for a very tasty borscht.
Fasolada is one of the popular soups of Greek and Cypriot cuisine. This dish is perfect with fresh bread and olives. The Greeks call beans ” the caviar of the poor.” But, even ceasing to be poor, the Greeks could not wean from their favorite beans. Very tasty, hearty and nutritious soup. And, of course, very useful! Fasolada is not as simple as it may seem at first glance. The soup is a bit troublesome, but the effort is worth it! The site has four recipes with the name fasolada. Two of them are cooked with meat or meat products, but fasolada is a lean soup. The other two differ in composition. It seems fasolada, as soup, each family has their own. I offer you my option.
Ratatouille is a popular vegetable dish of Provencal cuisine. The classic Ratatouille is preparing a bit zamorochno and have plates of need to conduct half a day. I offer a simplified, but no less delicious version of this bright, fragrant and healthy dish. In addition, the dish is universal. It can be served as a hot appetizer or main course or as a cold appetizer.
Here again it is time to warm thick soups. From the name it is clear that the soup originated in Hungary, with its ubiquitous paprika, and then smoothly “flowed” to neighboring countries and became a famous Czech soup, which is sometimes served in a bread “plate”. Soup with a very bright taste and wonderful aroma of meat, paprika, tomatoes and garlic, thick and hearty, can replace a whole lunch, and you can dine with this soup. Recommend!