This “all in one pot” colorful and tasty dish is easy to prepare and great to have on a cold winter’s day. It’s hearty, warm and satisfying, yet not too heavy. I’ve used colorful Israeli couscous, but any type will do. Just don’t be tempted to switch the Israeli couscous with similar shaped pasta, as … Continue reading Chicken Thighs with Israeli Couscous and Peppers
As I was considering flavorings for another dish of chicken legs, I noticed a beautiful fresh bundle of sage, and the quest was over.
Fresh corn is one of my favorite vegetables, and now that the season has started, I once again use it on its’ own, or mixed with different ingredients, to create new dishes. The following chicken patties are one example of the later.
The following highly aromatic roasted chicken drumsticks, are as quickly to make as they are tasty. It takes only a few minutes to prepare the tasty glaze, and then all that is needed is to pour it over the chicken pieces and roast them for an hour. The result is superb: the glaze gives the … Continue reading Roasted Chicken Drumsticks with Honey, Mustard and Curry Powder Glaze
Tarragon is one of my favorite herbs, and I always enjoy finding new ways of using it. This time, the tasty classic combination of chicken with tarragon and white wine cream sauce, came to mind, but at the same time, I wanted a lighter sauce. Another favorite pairing – tarragon with mushrooms – also came … Continue reading Chicken Legs with Mushrooms and Tarragon
This rustic dish, of beautifully roasted chicken with potatoes and other vegetables, makes entertaining of a fairly large group of guests an easy task. Everything is prepared in advance, and then roasted in one pan about an hour before serving.
This simple chicken dish, from the fabulous Sephardic cuisine (find explanations about it HERE, or in THIS wonderful blog), is as tasty as it is easy to prepare.
These colorful tasty chicken patties are great for summer, as they can be served warm or cold.
Matching cherries with poultry is well known in many cuisines; whether it’s a classic roasted goose or duck served with cherry sauce, a Persian dish of chicken cooked with a dried cherries and walnuts sauce, or other dishes. So, when I ended up with a jar of sour cherries preserved in unsweetened cherry juice, these … Continue reading Chicken with Sour Cherries and Red Wine
Artichoke is a very special vegetable; it is actually a cultivated flower bud of the thorny thistle family.
“Pilaf” is a dish in which Rice is cooked with vegetables and meat, to create an “all in one pot” meal.