Although I rarely use store ground meat, I’ve had good experience with a local farm product of ground dark turkey meat, and decided to use it once more. This time again, I wanted to add some bold flavors to the somewhat bland meat, and at the same time, add more interesting texture to the patties. Continue reading “Turkey Patties with Mushrooms, Parsley and Sun Dried Tomatoes”
Hot summer days mean quick to prepare light dishes, and the one I have here is a good example of that. The sauce can be cooked in less than 15 minutes, the shrimps cook quickly, and a tasty dish is served in no time. Continue reading “Pan Fried Gulf Shrimp with Tomatoes, Anchovies and Capers Sauce”
Whenever I prepare lobster rolls (click HERE for the recipe), I cook one or two extra lobster tails, to use in different dishes.
This time, I decided to use the cooked lobster in a quick and light pasta dish. I opted for a lemony butter sauce, as the lemon beautifully complements the somewhat sweetish flavor of the lobster meat, and butter, as it simply makes everything better. Continue reading “Angel Hair Pasta with Lobster Tail and Lemony Sun Dried tomatoes and Capers Butter Sauce”
This colorful, quick and tasty “all in one pan” dish, can be prepared in about half an hour. It is heartwarming and bursting with bold flavors – just perfect for a cold day. Continue reading “Chicken Breast with Lemon Cream Sauce”
These beautiful and tasty goat cheese quiches will fill your kitchen with amazing aroma, and even more so, if you choose to use the mature goat cheese on top of the fresh one in the filling. Continue reading “Goat Cheese Mini Quiches”
These quick and easy to prepare corn muffins, are the perfect breakfast or brunch bread. They are moist and crumbly, savory and a bit sweet and hot at the same time, and with the added sausage and goat cheese, they make a meal on their own. For brunch, or light lunch, serve them with a green salad, or with a bowl of light soup.
This tasty bread is the result of an inspiring post by Nancy from the lovely “Feasting with Friends” blog, combined with some leftover spelt and semolina pizza dough I had in my fridge (recipe for which was posted here a couple of months ago). Continue reading “Bread Roulade with Bacon-Onion Chutney”
These colorful tasty chicken patties are great for summer, as they can be served warm or cold. Continue reading “Colorful Chicken Patties”
As much as we all love to cook, sometimes we just want to go into the kitchen and make a very quick, yet fresh and delicious meal, in no time. Continue reading “Lemon Sole with Cherry Tomatoes pan sauce”
Compound butter, a combination of butter and seasonings, is a great way to add flavor quickly to many dishes. Continue reading “Sun Dried Tomatoes and Pine Nuts Compound Butter”