All Recipes

  • Hake with lemon and coconut milk
  • Chocolate Crepe Roll
  • Meringue roll with orange curd
  • Meat Cake with Cheese and Champignons
  • Japanese Croquettes (Korokke) コロッケ
  • Raffaello style cake
    Diving into the world of desserts, the Raffaello style cake stands out not just for its heavenly flavor but also for its intricate making process and nutritional insights. Originating as a tribute to the popular Raffaello confectionery, this cake is a blend of almond, coconut, and white chocolate flavors that harmoniously come together to create a masterpiece. It’s like a hug for your soul, but in the form of a cake!
  • Japanese style Hamburger (和風ハンバーグ)
    Alright, let’s dive into the world of Japanese-style hamburgers, a dish that stands out for its unique sourish zing, thanks to the radish and a special sauce that’s a game changer. What sets this burger apart isn’t just its taste, but its nutritional profile, making it a healthier pick. Blending beef and pork, this recipe brings a mix of proteins to the table, while ingredients like daikon radish and shiso leaves add a fresh and almost peppery twist.
  • Lentil buns (egg and gluten free)
    If you’re on the lookout for a bread alternative that’s both egg and gluten-free, you might want to try your hand at making buns out of red lentils. Yes, you heard that right—red lentils! Not only do these buns mimic the taste of regular bread, but they also pack a nutritious punch, making them an excellent choice for anyone with dietary restrictions or just looking to eat a bit healthier. Red lentils, the star of the show, have been a staple in kitchens for centuries, with their use dating back to the times of the ancient Egyptians.
  • Chankonabe Japanese Stew
    Step into the heart of Japan with a bowl of Chankonabe, a hearty stew that’s not just a meal but a piece of history. This dish is a staple in the sumo wrestling world, providing rikishi (sumo wrestlers) with the calories and nutrients needed to bulk up. Its origins are steeped in tradition, likely becoming a key part of the sumo diet during the Edo period (1603-1868), embedding it deeply in Japanese culture.
  • Japanese curry with lotus root
    Diving into the heart of Japanese cuisine, let’s talk about a dish that brings the exotic crunch of lotus root into our kitchens – a twist on the classic Japanese curry. Lotus root, with its unique texture reminiscent of a cooked potato or carrot, not only adds a delightful crunch but also packs this dish with health benefits. Rich in dietary fiber and vitamins C and B, it’s a heart-healthy choice that supports the immune system.
  • Traditional Chicken Kiev
    Oh, Chicken Kiev, that classic dish that takes you straight back to the heart of traditional cuisine with a twist! This isn’t just any chicken dinner; it’s a journey through history, packed with flavors and culinary craftsmanship. Originating from the early 20th century, it’s often attributed to Russian and Ukrainian chefs who were keen on impressing their guests with something out of the ordinary
  • Delicious pork ribs in honey mustard marinade
    Dive into a dish that’s a perfect blend of sweet and savory with pork ribs marinated in a honey mustard concoction. This recipe is not just about whipping up a meal; it’s about creating a culinary experience that’s both deeply satisfying and a feast for the senses. The marinade, a harmonious mix of Gijon mustard, honey, soy sauce, ketchup, and BBQ sauce, coated over tender pork ribs, promises a flavor that’s as rich as its history.
  • Meat nests with grated potatoes and pickles
    Dive into a dish that brings comfort and creativity to the table with meat nests cradled in grated potatoes and accented with the tang of pickles. This recipe is a unique twist on traditional meat dishes, showcasing how a blend of simple ingredients can elevate the humble minced meat into something extraordinary. The combination of beef and pork creates a base that’s both flavorful and juicy, ensuring that each bite is packed with savory goodness.
  • Bell Pepper Pork Sauté
    Dive into a dish that’s a riot of color and flavor: a Bell Pepper Pork Sauté that brings together succulent pork, crisp bell peppers, and a symphony of herbs and spices. This dish is a vibrant testament to the magic that happens when simple ingredients are combined with a bit of culinary creativity. It’s the kind of meal that’s both easy to whip up on a busy weeknight and impressive enough to serve at a weekend dinner party.
  • Hazelnut cake with white chocolate
    This cake isn’t just a dessert; it’s a harmonious blend of flavors, a historical nod, and a guilt-free treat.
  • Pastries with meat filling & potatoes
    Step into the world of comforting flavors with a recipe that marries the heartiness of meat with the humble potato, all wrapped in a soft, golden dough. This dish, a beautiful blend of simple ingredients coming together to create something truly special, is a nod to the age-old tradition of making the most out of pantry staples. The art of stuffing dough with a savory filling has roots in many cultures around the world, each version telling its own story of necessity, creativity, and communal dining.
  • Korean beef salad
    Take a culinary leap to Korea with a beef salad that’s as vibrant and full of life as the streets of Seoul. This dish is a splendid mix of juicy beef strips mingling with the crisp freshness of cucumbers and bell peppers, all tied together with the bold flavors of garlic, soy sauce, and rice vinegar. It’s a celebration of textures and tastes that brings a piece of Korean cuisine right to your plate.
  • Tatar Azu (beef with potato)
    Dive into a dish that brings the heartiness of beef and the comfort of potatoes together, seasoned with a hint of tartness from pickled cucumbers. This recipe, known as Tatar Azu, is a culinary journey to the Tatar regions, where it has been warming hearts and homes for centuries. It’s a testament to the simplicity of ingredients coming together to create a meal that’s both satisfying and steeped in tradition.
  • Escarole & White Bean Soup
    Dive into a bowl of warmth and wellness with a simple yet hearty dish that combines the freshness of escarole with the creamy comfort of white beans. This soup, rooted in the heart of rustic cuisine, brings together ingredients that are humble yet rich in flavor and nutrition. It’s a testament to how a few simple components can create a meal that’s both satisfying and health-conscious.
  • Sole Meunière Recipe
    Imagine a dish where simplicity meets sophistication head-on, creating a symphony of flavors with just a few ingredients. This is the essence of a classic French recipe that transforms the humble white fish into a culinary masterpiece. The dish, known for its lightness and delicate balance, is a testament to the adage that sometimes less truly is more.
  • Straw and Hay Recipe
    Straw and Hay Recipe Straw and Hay Recipe Course: Main Course, Pasta You can add or edit these details in the Block Options on the right → Diving into a dish that marries simplicity with elegance, we explore a pasta recipe that’s as visually appealing as it is delicious. Imagine weaving together the soft greens of spinach pasta with the golden hues of traditional tagliatelle, creating a delightful blend that’s not just a treat for the eyes but also a feast for the body. This dish, with its humble origins, has evolved over the years, becoming a canvas for flavors and textures that tell a story of culinary evolution.
  • Stuffed Tomatoes Recipe
    Stuffed tomatoes: a dish that’s as colorful and vibrant on your plate as it is nutritious. This recipe turns simple tomatoes into a hearty, satisfying meal, blending the rich flavors of minced meat, quinoa, and Parmesan cheese, all while keeping an eye on health benefits and calorie insights.
  • Sausage and Peppers
    Diving into a dish that marries the robust flavors of Italian sausages with the vibrant crunch of bell peppers offers not just a feast for the eyes but a treasure trove of nutrients. This meal, with its colorful peppers and hearty sausages, brings a slice of Mediterranean cuisine to your table, emphasizing the beauty of simplicity in cooking.
  • Ricotta cookies recipe
    Ricotta cookies, with their airy texture that seems to melt as soon as they hit your mouth, offer a delightful treat without the heavy guilt. These cookies, blending the richness of ricotta and the zestiness of lemon, clock in at a reasonable calorie count, making them a smarter choice for those watching their intake.
  • Plum Tart
    Plum Tart is a delicate and delicious dessert that is perfect for any occasion. The dish is believed to have originated in Eastern Europe around two thousand years ago. The recipe has evolved over time, and today, there are many variations of this dessert.
  • Shrimp Buzara Style
    Shrimp Buzara Style is a traditional Istrian recipe of shrimp similar to langoustines, not found in American waters, and it comes from the area of Trieste, Istria and Dalmatia, where some of the best scampi are caught. This dish is known for its delicious taste and unique texture. The combination of shrimp and tomato products is a match made in heaven. The dish is also healthy, as shrimp is low in calories and rich in omega-3 fatty acids, nutrients, and antioxidants. A serving of Shrimp Buzara Style (100g) contains approximately 231 calories. It is also a good source of protein, vitamin A, and calcium.
  • Ricotta cheesecake
    Ricotta cheesecake is a classic Italian dessert that has been enjoyed for centuries. It is believed to have originated in the region of Lombardy, Italy, where it was first made with sheep’s milk ricotta cheese. Over time, the recipe has evolved and now includes cow’s milk ricotta cheese, which is more widely available.
  • Red Cabbage & Bacon Salad
    If you are looking for a salad that is different from the usual ones, you might want to try this one. It has a very unique taste that comes from the combination of fresh onion, cabbage, bacon, and walnuts. It is a bit like a symphony of flavors, where each ingredient plays a different role. The onion brings a sharp and spicy flavor, the cabbage a crunchy and sweet one, the bacon a smoky and salty one, and the walnuts a nutty and earthy one. Together, they create a harmony that you have probably never tasted before.
  • Spaghetti & Meatballs
    Do you fancy a simple, but quite healthy dish that gives you a lot of energy for the long day? Then try spaghetti and meatballs, a classic recipe from Italian cuisine that can be prepared in less than an hour.
  • Triple chocolate torte
    Get ready to embark on a chocolatey adventure with this triple chocolate torte, a delight for both the eyes and the taste buds. This aesthetically pleasing cake boasts three layers of indulgent goodness—beige, light brown, and darker brown. Picture this: sponge cakes filled with luscious white, milk, and dark chocolate, creating a mouthwatering symphony of flavors.
  • Chicken parmigiana
  • Spaghetti with Calamari (Squid pasta)
    Alright, imagine diving into a culinary adventure where tender squid meets perfectly cooked spaghetti. This dish, a fiery rendezvous of flavors, dances on your taste buds like a summer breeze. Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty without beating around the bush.
  • Georgian Beef Ojakhuri
    Meet the culinary masterpiece from the heart of Georgia: Beef Ojakhuri, a dish so rich in history and flavor that it’s like a passport to the Caucasus on your plate. Historically, this Georgian gem has graced tables for centuries. Imagine this dish being prepared in the kitchens of ancient Tbilisi, filling the air with the aroma of sizzling onions and succulent beef cubes. While we may not have a specific date and a chef’s name, let’s transport ourselves to a time when this dish was a feast fit for kings.
  • Potato roll with cheese crust and beef
    Picture this: a luscious Potato Roll with a cheese crust that cradles a savory beef filling, promising a symphony of flavors in every bite. Forget the bland and embrace the extraordinary. To start, the art lies in the potato layer—thin enough to roll without a fuss, thick enough to hold its own. It’s like finding the Goldilocks of potato slices. Think precision. As the layers bake, the Mozzarella dances with the potatoes, creating a cheesy crescendo that is both crispy and comforting. It’s like a culinary tango of textures and tastes, leaving your taste buds in awe.
  • Limoncello Tiramisù
    Craving a zesty twist on the classic tiramisu? Look no further than the tantalizing Limoncello Tiramisù. This dessert is a burst of rich sour and sweet flavors that dance on your palate like a summer breeze. Imagine the creamy goodness of mascarpone and the citrusy punch of lemon curd, all nestled between layers of soft ladyfinger biscuits – and the best part? No baking required.
  • Chicken in Beer Recipe
    Picture this: chicken so tender it practically melts in your mouth, infused with the subtle charm of beer notes. This Chicken in Beer recipe is a game-changer for those tired of bland, rigid chicken breasts. It’s a culinary magic trick that turns a simple poultry dish into the star of your table, especially when paired with velvety mashed potatoes.
  • Bread and Tomato Salad
    Imagine a salad that’s not just a sidekick but a star in its own right—enter the Bread and Tomato Symphony. This dish isn’t just about tossing veggies together; it’s a culinary composition that plays with textures and tastes.
  • Braised Beef Rolls
    Picture this: tender beef slices hugging a vibrant medley of spinach and bell pepper, creating a flavor explosion that dances on your taste buds. These braised beef rolls are like a culinary symphony, where each bite is a crescendo of savory goodness.
  • Almond Pine Nut Cookies
    These Almond Pine Nut Cookies are not your run-of-the-mill treats; they’re a taste sensation that hits you like a flavor symphony. Picture this: a solid exterior giving way to a soft, heavenly inside. It’s like biting into a cloud that’s been dipped in nutty goodness.
  • Chicken Cacciatore Recipe
    Hailing from Italy, this Chicken Cacciatore recipe is more than just a delightful dish; it’s a nostalgic journey back to grandma’s kitchen. Picture this: succulent chicken pieces, complete with skin and bones, ensuring a burst of flavor reminiscent of childhood meals. Leaving the bones in does wonders, infusing the meat with an unparalleled taste and juiciness.
  • Cheesy Steak & Potato Skillet
    Say hello to the Cheesy Steak & Potato Skillet – a classic American favorite that’s a symphony of sautéed beef, crispy potatoes, and a dash of herbs. Trust me; my partner is over the moon for this dish, especially with my secret bacon twist. It’s like a traditional American skillet with a cheesy Cheddar kick that’s practically irresistible.
  • Sweet Potato & Red Lentil Soup
    Vegetarian delight alert! The Sweet Potato & Red Lentil Soup is a gem for all my plant-based pals out there. Now, I’m not the biggest meat fan, and this soup has become my go-to. On the flip side, my meat-loving partner doesn’t share my enthusiasm – a shame because taking a break from meat, especially with a recipe this tasty, is a healthy win.
  • Parmesan Orzo and Meatballs
    This Parmesan Orzo and Meatballs dish is a flavorful fusion, marrying Italian tradition with American heartiness. A dish that’s been embraced in American-Italian homes for decades, it’s like a cozy hug on a plate.
  • Cheesy Chicken Skillet Dinner
    Craving a dish that’s big on flavor but easy on the kitchen chaos? Look no further than the Cheesy Chicken Skillet Dinner – an American classic that’s a symphony of simplicity and taste. Historically, this dish is a testament to the American spirit of combining bold flavors with the need for quick and easy meals. It’s like a snapshot of busy lives, where good food is a priority but time is of the essence.
  • Chicken and Orzo Supper
    Whipping up Chicken and Orzo Supper is like conducting a culinary symphony – simple ingredients dancing together to create a masterpiece on your plate. Historically, simplicity has always been a winner, and this dish is no exception. Reminiscent of classic, homey recipes that have stood the test of time, it’s like a nod to our ancestors who knew that good food doesn’t have to be complicated.
  • Minestrone with Italian sausage
    Fresh off the stove, the Minestrone with Italian Sausage is a symphony of flavors that’ll leave your taste buds doing a victory dance. Imagine this – hearty Italian sausages doing a tango with zucchini, beans, and a melody of spices carefully chosen for a taste explosion.
  • Beefy Rice Skillet
    Got a hankering for a dish that’s practical, freeze-friendly, and packs a nutritional punch? Look no further than the Beefy Rice Skillet – a one-pan wonder that’s as versatile as it is delicious. Picture this: a symphony of minced beef, aromatic veggies, and fluffy rice, all mingling in a skillet of savory goodness. It’s like a culinary rock concert, where each ingredient plays its own instrument, creating a flavor harmony that’ll make your taste buds do a happy dance.
  • Chicken Fettuccine Casserole
    This delightful chicken fettuccine casserole is a comfort food champion with a flavorful twist, courtesy of the hidden gem—sun-dried tomatoes. Historically, this casserole is a contemporary take on traditional Italian-American cuisine. While the exact historical specifics might be a bit murky, pasta dishes like this gained popularity in the American culinary landscape in the mid-20th century.
  • Greek Split Pea Soup
    This Greek split pea soup, a tantalizing vegetarian delight, offers a unique, exotic taste that’s a culinary adventure in itself. Historically, this dish has its roots deep in Greek cuisine, known for its use of simple, fresh ingredients and robust flavors. While the specific date might be a bit obscure, Greek cooking has long celebrated lentils and split peas, making appearances in ancient Greek diets and later becoming a staple in Greek households.
  • Beef with Bow Tie Pasta
    This beef with bow tie pasta dish is a top-notch creation that doesn’t just feed your hunger, it also leaves your taste buds celebrating. Historically, it’s a contemporary twist on classic Italian-American cuisine. While the exact date of its origin might not be clear, this amalgamation of tender beef and bow tie pasta, mixed with fresh vegetables and aromatic herbs, gained popularity in the culinary scene throughout the 20th century.
  • Baked Ziti Casserole
    This baked ziti casserole is a delightful Italian-American creation, sure to satisfy cheese lovers and pasta enthusiasts alike. It’s a comforting dish that’s hearty, easy to make, and bursting with cheesy goodness.
  • Better than almost anything cake
    This cake, often dubbed as the “better than almost everything” or “better than sex” cake, earns its reputation with an indulgent, moist structure that’s laced with caramel and toffee pieces, making taste buds dance in delight without fail. Crafted with Devil’s Food Cake Mix, eggs, milk, and a dash of vanilla extract, this culinary marvel is both easy to make and packed with a flavorful punch. When baked and still warm, it’s generously doused with condensed milk, allowing the sponge to soak up the sweetness and become extraordinarily tender.
  • Cornbread Topped Chicken Pot Pie
    Introducing the Cornbread Topped Chicken Pot Pie, a classic American dish that not only satisfies the appetite but is a moderate calorie choice for a comforting meal. Each serving packs around 450 calories, making it a hearty yet not overly heavy choice for a delightful dinner. This dish is a true testament to the wholesome blend of savory flavors and healthy vegetable goodness.
  • Double Chocolate Cherry Cookies
    Welcome to the world of divine, chewy goodness – the Double Chocolate Cherry Cookies, a delightful treat that’s not just a feast for the eyes but also a relatively moderate calorie indulgence. Each luscious cookie packs around 170 calories, making them a tempting, yet not overly guilt-inducing, snack for your sweet tooth. With a touch of aesthetic charm, these cookies aren’t just delightful to savor but aesthetically pleasant to behold.
  • Creamy Mushroom Pork Chops
    Prepare for a delightful feast with these Creamy Mushroom Pork Chops – a dish that tantalizes the taste buds while offering a moderate calorie count. A single serving hovers around 550 calories, making it a delicious yet reasonably healthy option for a fulfilling meal. This dish boasts tender pork chops when prepared just right, ensuring they stay juicy and tender, never dry, and the addition of the complementary mushroom sauce adds a touch of sophistication, turning an ordinary meal into something more fancy and flavorful.
  • Southwestern Turkey Soup
    Get ready to savor the flavorful and robust Southwestern Turkey Soup, a zesty delight that’s a blend of hearty ingredients and fiery spices. This dish isn’t just a tasty medley; it packs a health punch too. Each serving boasts approximately 200 calories, perfect for a guilt-free, satisfying meal. Packed with lean, protein-rich turkey, black beans, and veggies, it’s a powerhouse of nutrients, low in fat and high in flavor.
  • Fish and Vegetable Soup
    Fish and Vegetable Soup is a wholesome, low-calorie gem that’s both a treat for your taste buds and a boon for your health. This simple yet delicious dish dates back through the centuries when people went for hearty, nutritious and yet cheap soups.
  • Cheesy Pizza Casserole
    The Cheesy Pizza Casserole is a calorie-dense dish, heavily laden with carbohydrates and fats. As its name suggests, it transforms pasta into a pizza-inspired concoction. While it’s a flavorful indulgence, it’s not a dietary staple due to its nutritional profile.
  • Authentic Cuban Black Bean Soup
    When it comes to a belly-warming, flavor-packed delight, Authentic Cuban Black Bean Soup deserves a front-row seat in your culinary repertoire. With roots that stretch back through history, this soup is a hearty symphony of spicy vegetables, beans, and ham, designed to captivate both your taste buds and your nutritional senses.
  • Roasted pork chops and vegetables
    Roasted pork chops and vegetables, a culinary composition that marries the succulence of pork with the nourishing virtues of vegetables, has historical roots that echo the age-old tradition of harmonizing flavors and sustaining health. In this exploration, we delve into the gastronomic history and nutritional attributes of this venerable dish, while paying heed to its delectable interplay of taste and health.
  • Chicken and spinach stuffed shells with Alfredo sauce
    In the world of hearty, homey dishes, Chicken and Spinach Stuffed Shells with Alfredo Sauce stand as a triumph. This comforting creation wraps you in warmth, though my husband finds it a tad heavy in the calorie department, a sentiment shared by many. But if you seek a rich, flavorful experience, this dish doesn’t disappoint.
  • Mixed Berry Crumble Tart
    For those craving a delightful dessert without the fuss, the Mixed Berry Crumble Tart emerges as a simple yet delectable creation. With just a handful of ingredients, this tart is a testament to the magic that can happen in the kitchen. No need for an extravagant pantry, just a good selection of frozen berries, and you’re set.
  • Cajun Pasta with Smoked Sausage
    Cajun Pasta with Smoked Sausage is a soul-warming dish that’s like a comforting hug on a plate. After a long, hard day at work, it’s the perfect remedy for your hunger pangs. This dish isn’t one for the calorie counters, but it’s worth every calorie for its exotic, spicy taste.
  • Cheesy Lasagna Soup
    Cheesy Lasagna Soup is a hearty and indulgent dish that brings the flavors of traditional lasagna to a bowl. With its intense taste, rich in cheese and calories, it’s a delightful comfort food that’s perfect for satisfying your cravings.
  • Asian Pork and Noodle Soup
    When it comes to comforting meals, few can rival the sheer warmth and familiarity of a steaming bowl of Asian Pork and Noodle Soup. This dish is a remarkable marriage of flavors and traditions, all swirled together in a humble bowl.
  • Classic French silk pie
    Classic French Silk Pie is a delightful dessert, an American favorite with a touch of French elegance. It’s a slice of pure indulgence without the guilt, given its intriguing history and a few tweaks to the traditional recipe.
  • Ham and cheese ziti
    Get ready to dive into the comforting embrace of Ham and Cheese Ziti, a dish that marries the goodness of Italian pasta with the savory allure of ham and four types of cheese. While Ziti pasta may not be a common sight on the shelves of your local grocery store, the quest to find it is well worth the effort. A dedicated Italian food store in a bustling city might be your treasure trove for this essential ingredient.
  • Silver White Cake
    Introducing the Silver White Cake, a true test of your baking prowess that rewards your patience with a slice of pure delight. Baking this cake is a journey that demands a certain level of experience, but the result is a masterpiece that will leave your family and friends in awe. This cake is more than just a dessert; it’s a testament to your baking skills and a symbol of the care you put into your creations. It’s like crafting a work of art, each layer and decoration a brushstroke in the canvas of culinary excellence.
  • Korean Barbecued Beef
    Prepare yourself for a hearty and wholesome adventure with Korean Barbecued Beef, a dish that’s all about down-to-earth goodness. Asian cuisine has long been celebrated for its ability to strike a harmonious balance between taste and health, and this recipe embodies that philosophy. Let’s start with the star of the show: good quality beef. Think of it as the sturdy foundation of a well-built house, and the secret lies in carefully removing any unwanted veins or fat. The result? Tender slices of beef that are pure, flavorful, and a source of hearty satisfaction.
  • Caribbean Pork Roast
    I don’t know whether it’s the bright and vibrant colours of the ingredients, the fresh, sweet, fruity, and tangy flavours, or the fact that it is bursting with flavour and features the moistest, most tender and juicy pork imaginable, but my Caribbean Pork Roast dish is one of those meals that you simply have to come back for more. My family certainly think so, as there are rarely any leftovers the following day.
  • Caramel Snickerdoodle Cake
    Meet the Caramel Snickerdoodle Cake, a delightful treat that’s just perfect for those cozy coffee or tea breaks. Imagine a small, unassuming cake that, when sliced into, reveals a luscious caramel topping that takes center stage in this dessert. It’s like finding a hidden gem in your grandmother’s treasure chest of recipes.
  • Lemon and Parmesan Crusted Salmon
    In the realm of culinary delight, few dishes can rival the sheer vibrancy of Lemon and Parmesan Crusted Salmon. If you have a penchant for the invigorating tang of lemons, this recipe will be your go-to. Picture the sunniest of Mediterranean mornings, perfectly encapsulated in this sensational salmon dish.
  • Orzo and tuna salad
    How’s it going, everyone? I’m so excited to share with you the recipe that has become a favorite in my kitchen – it’s called Orzo and Tuna Salad. Trust me, this isn’t just any salad – it’s a symphony of flavors that will tickle your taste buds and leave you craving more! As you know, how much I love cooking wholesome and delicious food for my family. I always look out for recipes that are not only tasty but also packed with nutrients – and this Orzo and Tuna Salad checks all those boxes.
  • Italian sausage and vegetable pasta
    Indulge in the delightful flavors of Italian cuisine with this mouthwatering Italian Sausage and Vegetable Pasta. As a passionate home cook who is always happy to try new dishes from different cultures, I’m happy to share this recipe with you. This Pasta is not about great taste only, but also a wholesome choice for a hearty meal.
  • Beef in Lemon Sauce
    As someone who takes immense pleasure in crafting wholesome meals for my loved ones, I’m thrilled to share with you the recipe of Beef in Lemon Sauce. This dish not only delights the senses but also offers a great nourishing experience.
  • Bratwurst and Vegetable soup
    In the realm of culinary delights, the Bratwurst and Vegetable Soup stands as a masterpiece, a symphony of flavors that dances across the palate in every spoonful. Imagine, if you will, the robust pork bratwurst, stripped of its skin and transformed into delectable morsels, seared to perfection in olive oil, much like a maestro coaxing a crescendo from his orchestra.
  • Chicken Souvlaki Sandwich
    As a cooking enthusiast, nothing brings me more joy than preparing wholesome and healthy meals for my family. Today, I want to share with you a recipe that has become a fan favorite in our household – the Chicken Souvlaki Sandwich.
  • Pork Medallions with Cherry Sauce
    Every single person in my household loves sweet and savory, myself included. Some meats are just made to be combined with sweet ingredients, especially rich meats. Duck for example, works beautifully with orange. Lamb goes amazingly well with mint jelly, and turkey and cranberry sauce is a marriage made in heaven. There’s one meat however, that just works unbelievably well with sweet, sharp, and fruity ingredients, and that meat is pork.
  • Easy Mexican Lime Icebox Cake
    If there’s one thing I love to do, it’s cooking up delicacies in my kitchen for my family. I find joy in cooking dishes that are both healthy and delicious, and one of my all-time favorites is the Easy Mexican Lime Icebox Cake.
  • Chipotle Pork Chili
    For those of you who like a little spice in your lives, this chipotle pork chili recipe that I’m going to be sharing today will surely be right up your street.
  • Easy Orange & Ginger Chicken
    What makes this dish so special? It’s the beautiful combination of tangy orange and zingy ginger that creates a delightful sour-sweet symphony in your mouth. Paired with some fluffy rice, it’s an absolute treat! And here’s a little tip from my kitchen to yours – let the chicken marinate overnight. Trust me, the flavors meld together and elevate the dish to a whole new level.
  • Mexican Torrejas Recipe with Piloncillo Syrup
    Torrejas are basically slices of bread coated in eggs, lightly fried until they’re crispy, and then soaked in an indulgent piloncillo syrup. The piloncillo syrup is the secret that makes this dish extraordinary!
  • Coconut Chicken Salad
    Do you ever find yourself craving a nice refreshing salad on a hot summer’s day, only to find yourself severely let down when you do eventually tuck in? People seem to think that the only way to make a salad is with pre-packaged lettuce leaves, sliced cucumber, chopped tomato, plain, boring chicken breast, and a ridiculous amount of ranch dressing.
  • Peanut Butter Coconut Macaroons
    Peanut butter has long had a particular place in the hearts of foodies everywhere because of its rich, velvety texture and nutty richness. It complements both savory and sweet food beautifully because of its versatility. The decadent flavor of peanut butter is a crowd-pleaser whether it is spread on toast, added to smoothies, or served as a dipping sauce.
  • Quick Penne pasta and tomato bake
    This baked penne pasta is quick enough to make for a weeknight supper. It is cooked with a rich veggie goodness tomato sauce and baked — topped with oozy, melting cheese. While the pasta bake is baking, prepare a side salad & set the table. Then it’s time to enjoy the meal!
  • Pork Pierogi Recipe
    If you love pork, and you love soft and fluffy dumplings, pork pierogi is always going to be a winner. A mainstay of Polish cuisine since the 17th century at least, it is perhaps Poland’s answer to Japanese gyoza.
  • Smoky bangers and beans
    If there’s one dish that my family requests from me at least once every single week, it’s my signature smoky bangers and beans. In all honesty, I really don’t mind because it’s one of my favorite comfort foods so any excuse for me to make it and I jump at the chance.
  • Ribbony shrimp and pasta scampi
    Are you craving some delicious Italian food? Well, good news for you, today I have exactly what you are looking for! But like always – I have some special twist to it! Who doesn’t like the combination of juicy shrimp and ribbony pasta?
  • Crispy Chili Turkey Noodles
    Noodles are simply irresistible to me. When on the menu I nearly never refuse it. I really enjoy easy and quick noodles that are full of flavor and sauce. I’ve tried this recipe many times and it never disappoints me.
  • White chocolate cookies with Lemon & Coconut
    The secret to delicious cookies is not just the right ingredients and quantity; it is lots of love! You need to put your heart into them; the results are perfect. The smile you see on your loved ones’ faces as they enjoy freshly baked White Chocolate Cookies With Lemon & Coconut is the real reward of your work and effort!
  • Tender Caramel Cake
    What if you could turn your favorite soft and luscious candy, caramel, into a beautiful cake? You can! With this deliciously simple you can craft the perfect soft and sweet caramel cake for any occasion!
  • Beef Keema Pie recipe
    What I love the most about this dish is that it’s very simple to prepare. The ingredients and the simple cooking process allow it to be done in under one and a half hours. Even if you are just a beginner, you still can’t mess it up – it’s that simple.
  • Kurabiye cookies recipe
    As a passionate foodie who delights in making healthful and delicious meals for my family, I cherish childhood memories of my wonderful grandma lovingly baking these cookies.
  • Satay Chicken Meatballs Recipe
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