Easy to prepare, homely summer dish without the hassle and calories.
Dish of the Sardinian cuisine. Served as a side dish or as a separate dish.
A few years ago I had a chance to visit the wonderful Budapest, which is famous not only for its thermal springs, but also delicious food. This dish we tried in a nice cafe, and, frankly, fell in love with a combination of meat, vegetables and sweet paprika, honey and beer!
Tender meat in a gorgeous sauce, which does not happen much. Lovely family dinner.
I cook this dish quite often. In my opinion, the main thing in it is sauce. It is a combination of delicate creamy flavor with the acidity of tomatoes, the piquancy of olives and is complemented by the texture and taste of vegetables. All this goes very well with fish. For this stew fish can be cooked in different ways. You can pan in flour and fry, and you can cook in su Form. In su, the fish turns out very tender, and fried a little stouter, but with the additional delicious taste. An interesting shade gives the dish a combination of red and white fish. Serve with Ratatouille, as in this recipe, or with crumbly rice.
Original dish that will delight you with its unusual taste. A great option for a variety of food.
Follow the same recipe. My husband loves stuffed peppers, but his sons eat only the stuffing at best. But they love “hedgehogs”! Therefore, I decided to cook two dishes at once almost according to the same recipe and at the same time!
This soup is served in Our Japanese restaurants in the far East. And recently I learned that this is a popular dish of Mediterranean cuisine. In General, no matter what the kitchen is part of the dish. It is fragrant, dietetic and tasty, and during Fasting it can be allowed on allowed fish days.
Tomato soup with rice, green beans, white fish and seafood platter is a hearty, flavorful and tasteful dish. Thick, rich soup is sure to appeal to seafood lovers.
Friends, as the name implies, today we will go to hot Egypt. I combined 2 simple dishes-salad and hot snack, because they are too simple to break them into 2 recipes!