Peanut butter cookies are always popular, and the same goes for oatmeal cookies, and chocolate chip cookies – which made me think that it could be a nice idea, to combine all three in one bowl and see what happens. Continue reading “Oatmeal, Peanut and Chocolate Chip Cookies”
The combination of cheddar cheese and pimientos is mostly known as the base for the tasty pimiento cheese spread, which was the inspiration for creating the following baked cheese balls. Continue reading “Cheddar, Feta and Pimientos Baked Cheese Balls”
The following tofu snacks will no doubt delight even hard core carnivores. Continue reading “Sweet and Spicy Baked Sesame Tofu”
When entertaining, whether a small or large party, it’s always a good idea to have a plate of finger-food style appetizers, to keep the guests busy while serving drinks, and preparing to serve the food. Continue reading “Blue Cheese and Goat Cheese Appetizers”
The following cookies will delight anyone who loves chewy cookies, with a crunchy, sugary coating. Continue reading “Raw Cacao, Red Wine, Raisins and Pecan Cookies”
The following tasty and crispy filo triangles are a quicker version of the Sephardic savory “Boyos” pastries (click HERE for recipe), which require a fairly lengthy preparation of their delicate dough. Here, I’ve used store-bought filo pastry, and filled it with the traditional tasty zucchini-tomato filling, which is also used for making “Burekitas” (click HERE for recipe). Continue reading “Filo Triangles with Zucchini-Tomato Filling”
Puffed rice treats are popular as a quick snack, known mostly in its commercial version, which is overly sweet and far from healthy.
While the treats are quick and easy to make at home, unfortunately, too many of the homemade versions list ingredients such as sugar coated puffed rice, artificially flavored commercial marshmallows, corn syrup and other similar additions, that make them just as bad as the store-bought ones. Continue reading “Puffed Rice Squares with Tahini and Honey”
Unlike last week’s time consuming recipe, the following recipe requires very little effort or ingredients.
The original bake, which is known in the Sephardic cuisine as “Makarron reynado”, is a simple mix of cooked spaghetti, Feta cheese, eggs and milk, baked until set and golden. Continue reading “Sephardic Spaghetti and Cheese Bake”
The following tasty cookies were inspired by THIS blog post. Though the cookies looked very tasty, I was mostly intrigued by the dough, which listed condensed milk as one of the ingredients. The use of condensed milk in pastry dough was new to me, and I wanted to give this unique dough a try. Continue reading “Sweetened Condensed Milk Dough Filled Cookies”
I recently realized that, while I use walnuts in various recipes, I don’t use them as often when baking cookies. With this in mind, I was set to create cookies with walnuts as the main ingredient. Continue reading “Walnut and Raw Cacao Cookies”
Roasting sweet potatoes brings out their flavor to the fullest; the process concentrates their flavor, they caramelize at the edges and become a real treat. Continue reading “Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Pancakes”