Rosemary Breakfast Potatoes. Buddha’s Delight - Recipe. Traveling in Italy: Aubergine Rolls with Ricotta & Speck. The strong smell of tomatoes mixed with aubergines, basil & ricotta was wafting throughout the house.
"The house smells incredibly good," my husband greeted me as he entered the house. I knew he would say that because the combination of ingredients of the aubergine rolls is his favorite. This was his dinner, while the kids and I would be having fish with aubergine salad. Like me, both kids have a particular liking of aged cheese. Fresh cheese never attracted me but I am giving myself a chance to try out this dish. Amongst my big bundle of gastronomic souvenir from our vacation in the Dolomites, are some speck that should perk up the taste. I have to admit, the smell compelled me to grab myself a couple of rolls.
Carnal Dish. Carnal Dish My name is Resha and I love to cook!
I have many recipes in the pipeline, so sit tight ;) Food you crave, food you lust....food that'll get you laid ;) Carnal: [kahr-nl] –adjective 1. pertaining to or characterized by the flesh or the body, its passions and appetites; sensual: carnal pleasures. Dish: [dish] –noun 3. the food served or contained in a dish: The meal consisted of several dishes. **all photos taken by me. please ask for permission to use them other than reblogging. Gajar Matar (Carrots With Green Peas) ~ The Vegetarian Recipes. Gajar Matar is a healthy and easy recipe to make.
This mildly spiced, colorful dish can compliment just about any meal. Recipe will serve 4. Ingredients 2 cups carrots diced in about 1/2 inch pieces 1 cup potato cubed in about ½ inch pieces 1 cup green peas 2 tablespoons oil 1 teaspoon carom seeds (ajwain) 4 whole red chilies 1 tablespoon coriander powder (dhania) 1/2 teaspoon turmeric (haldi) 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon lemon juice How to make?
Butternut, Roasted red pepper and Halloumi Salad. Winter Salad – Grilled Butternut, Roasted Red Pepper & Halloumi spicy butternut, roasted red pepper & halloumi salad In winter, I miss the bounty of fruit and vegetables available in abundance in the spring and summer months.
I miss crispy salads served with refrigerator-cold ingredients, the colder the better. Leaves alone are even more unappetising in winter than they are in summer, to me. Here, I offer you a winter wonderland salad, filled with the brightest colours and warming ingredients that are as healthy for the body as they are cheering for the spirit. The quantities you use will be determined by how many servings you wish to make (no surprises). Ingredients Serves 2 2 handfuls butternut cut into finger-sized batons, coated lightly in cumin & chilli flakes 3 T grilled red pepper slices 5 slices (thin) halloumi 2 cups salad leaves and herbs (of your choice) salt, to taste olive oil & balsamic vinegar Method On a plate arrange the salad leaves and herbs.
Toss and serve immediately. You don’t have to be fearful of vegan cooking. April 07, 2014 Police investigating two shooting incidents by Jim Redden Police are investigating two shooting incidents with no reported victims.
According to police, at 7:28 a.m. on Sunday, April 6, North Precinct officers responded to multiple reports of gunshots… Pioneer Square celebrates 30th birthday by KOIN News 6 Portland’s Pioneer Square hit a major milestone on Sunday. April 06, 2014. Jamie's 30-Minute Meals recipes - Channel4 - 4Food. The Fare Necessities: Roasted Red Pepper Sauce with Pasta. Creative name, huh?
Look, while everyone else is starting to cook lighter meals because of the nicer weather, I'm thinking of how crappy my week was. Nothing particularly went wrong, it's just that, I'm tired. From school, from life, from having water stuck in my ear (which incidentally, makes me feel like when I talk, I'm screaming, because I can't hear right, so I talk louder). Regardless, I'm looking more for a comforting meal, rather than something light. Enter: Roasted Red Pepper Sauce. Ingredients: 2 red peppers (or one full jar, drained)¼ of an onion1 tablespoon olive oil¾ cup heavy whipping cream2 tablespoons butter (or margarine)½ pound of short cut pasta1 teaspoon salt½ teaspoon pepper½ teaspoon garlic powderFreshly grated Parmesan cheese, for topping Cut onion in half, and then in half again. Place onion and peppers on a foil lined cookie sheet. Drizzle olive oil on onion. Place under broiler. Place peppers in a bowl and cover. Put onions in food processor and set aside.
The Delicious Life. Maple ♥ Spice. 100 Recipes for a Healthy Summer. Summer is finally here!
It’s time for BBQ’s and outdoor dinner parties with friends and family. We want to make it easy for you to make healthy dishes for your family, but still enjoy the cooking activities that define summer. We collected a list of 100 healthy recipes for you to enjoy all summer long! Appetizers 1. 2.