The recipe is from the Bulgarian chef Ivan Zvezdev. He calls it moussaka with zucchini. Bulgarians have different types of moussaka with meat and vegetables. This is a very tasty, tender, hearty dish, I would say cheesecake with zucchini))) It is delicious both hot and cold.
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.
Smerrebred is a Danish sandwich on rye bread. It can be fish, meat and vegetable. The list of its ingredients tends to infinity. Smerrebred is often used as an independent dish, because it has a large number of ingredients in its composition. Danes know more than 170 varieties of such sandwiches, which can often represent the most unexpected combinations of products. Delicious Smerrebred can be made with sprats or sardines.
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.
If you like seasonal vegetable dishes, then this recipe for mini casseroles with zucchini will appeal to you. There is everything here: juicy vegetables, delicate texture, individual serving. Try it. You will like it!)
The thirst for travel, new emotions, impressions pulls us forward, forcing us to leave our comfort zone, find new countries and routes. We are Far Easterners, we are more inclined to travel around Asia on vacation or to work, since it is not far from us. And when you are inquisitive and have a penchant for cooking, then from each trip you bring ingredients for dishes, new tastes and recipes that you will repeat at home in Russia. So the piggy banks of recipes of each hostess are replenished. Today we will cook Hot dogs – a popular street food of South Korea. I invite you to a virtual trip to Korea!
How can I make meatballs with the taste of meat and without meat? Do you think it’s a difficult task? As if not so! We are trying a new recipe! It is delicious and healthy-I guarantee it!
One of the most popular Turkish meat dishes is prepared on a skewer and has a history that goes back deep into antiquity. Initially, kebab was prepared in cauldrons or forms for meat without sauce or any liquid on an open fire. There is a legend about the origin of meat dishes cooked on skewers or wooden skewers, associated with the name of the Persian ruler Darius, who went to war, with the words: “This is what will happen to our enemies,” he forcefully stuck a sharpened wooden rod into the cauldron with meat. The recipe offered to you today is one of the variations of a kebab made at home from available products.
“Avji koftesi” translates as “Hunting meatballs” – a dish from the menu of the Ottoman court, served at a reception at the Sultan in honor of the palace military leaders. Initially, it was prepared from chopped meat in a cauldron on an open fire, served in shallow copper plates. With the increasing influence of European cuisine, the dish received a European addition in the form of additional ingredients and cooking methods. Nowadays, this dish is in the diet of all Turkish houses. Each hostess prepares it in her own way, but the main ingredients invariably remain-small meatballs, potatoes, onions and tomatoes.
A beautiful and very tasty snack will decorate your festive table and delight your guests!