I don’t often follow recipes to the letter, mine included. However, one recipe that I don’t change is the following pizza dough, which I’ve created years ago, and keep preparing it without change. As I prepared it again this week, I’ve realized it’s been quite a few years since I’ve posted the recipe for it, and thought it would be a good idea to re-post it. So, here it is once again. Try it and Enjoy! Continue reading “Crispy Spelt and Semolina Pizza with Cherry Tomatoes Sauce”
Fall is here, with its cooler days and beautiful colors, which were the inspiration for the following soup’s deep orange-yellow color. Continue reading “Sweet Potato, Pumpkin and Mini Peppers Soup”
Keeping a couple of marinated salads in the fridge, makes it very easy top come up with a tasty and quick dish anytime. Continue reading “Pan-Grilled Mahi Mahi with Marinated Pepper Salad”
Finding a new, at least for me, type of pasta, was a good enough reason to think about making pasta salad, which I haven’t made much during the extra hot days of summer.
This type of pasta, called “Mafalda” looks like a mini version of the larger lasagna pasta sheets, with their crinkly edges. I thought this unique shape could work well in a salad. Continue reading “Pasta Salad With Broccoli and Feta Cheese”
Halloumi cheese is one of the rare cheeses, that can be fried, or grilled, and still keep its shape, while obtaining a wonderful new flavor and color. It is one of my favorite cheeses to use as an addition to salads. Continue reading “Summer Salad with Greens, Crispy Vegetables, Fruits and Halloumi Cheese”
A package of best quality butter puff pastry in the freezer, can be used in so many ways, and makes preparing delectable various dishes quick and easy.
The following tart is a good example of that. Using the puff pastry as a base, only a short list of ingredients is needed to create this beautiful and tasty tart. Continue reading “Puff Pastry Tart with Caramelized Peppers, Cheeses, Mustard and Honey”
With the weather starting to warm up, and fresh produce is easier to find, preparing salads is so much more enjoyable. The following salad is one example of that. Continue reading “Spring Salad with Maple Mustard Vinaigrette”
Starting the day with an egg dish is always a popular choice. However, when there’s a need is for more than one or two, things can get a bit more complicated. Continue reading “Breakfast Spinach, Cheese and Ham Mini Bakes”
Kimchi, a Korean fermented and pickled cabbage condiment, is one of my favorite condiments. I’m always on the look for new brands of it, and new ways to use it with. This time, my plan was to make kimchi-shrimp pancakes. Continue reading “Savory Shrimp, Kimchi, and Rice Noodles Pancakes”
Most times, when I’m up to baking bread, I opt to my basic focaccia recipe. This time, however, I wanted something different, and started looking around, to see what I can add to the dough I was about to create.
As I had some tomato sauce ready, I was wondering, how it will work as part of the bread itself, rather than as a topping. This led to another idea – why not add some cheeses to the dough, along with it? Continue reading “Tomato, Rosemary and Cheese Flat Bread”
Mushroom bakes are a favorite of mine, especially in the winter, and I prepare them often, with different variations. Continue reading “Mushroom and Beet Greens Mini-Bakes”