Almost every day the first course is on our table. Italian soups are very much to our liking, they are always delicious, hearty, with an abundance of vegetables and can quite replace a whole lunch. This recipe is very simple, but it will take some time to cook everything right.
An unusual soup from Korean cuisine for us. This is unusual because there is daikon in the soup, and, yes, it needs to be boiled. I was a little scared when I started cooking it, and later I regretted that I hadn’t cooked enough. My whole family really liked the soup! Spicy, light and with an Asian flavor.
Kufta chalau (Afghan cutlets). To be honest, I didn’t even expect that it would turn out so delicious. And what aromas were floating in the kitchen during cooking. Definitely-it’s worth a try.
Ropa vieja-in translation means “old clothes”, “torn rags”, “rags”. This is boiled beef, then disassembled into fibers, in a spicy sauce of tomatoes, onions, sweet peppers and olives. In appearance, the dish resembles torn scraps of bright fabrics, which is why it received such an unusual name.
Prepare a delicious and quick lunch in just a few minutes! Take any minced meat, canned tomatoes, and corn. Add spices and combine it all with your favorite pasta or spaghetti. Enjoy these excellent Brazilian-style spaghetti dishes!
The simplest recipe for cooking beef in the oven. It turns out well-cooked meat, without blood and other things. Try it out)
Funchosa in Korean dishes is served not only in salads, but is also widely used in hot dishes. This is my version of hot beef, baked vegetables, and rice noodles. With spicy seasonings, soy sauce and garlic. Help yourself.
Osso-buko or ossobuco is a very strange and extremely unusual name for our perception, because not everyone knows what exactly is hidden behind it. In fact, it’s very simple: osso-buco is a stewed beef drumstick, a traditional dish of Lombardy cuisine. It is no less readily prepared in other regions of Italy, and each of them has its own peculiarities of cooking osso-buco. The finished dish is usually served with vegetables, polenta, risotto or pasta, and it is difficult to say which option will taste better – they are all good in their own way! And our current version is osso-buco in cheese sauce with vegetables. Aromatic beef with healthy and delicious vegetables, generously flavored with a sauce made on the basis of melted cheese – an excellent option for the upcoming hot holiday feast!
Even a simple dish prepared with love can please your family and friends at the festive table.
Delicious meat with a spicy, Oriental touch. Very tasty, soft, juicy in a delicate creamy gravy.