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Sea Scallops with Orange and Rosemary. Greek Garlic-Lemon Potatoes Recipe. About a month back, a dear reader Sudha asked me for a Potato recipe which is my all time fav.

Greek Garlic-Lemon Potatoes Recipe

She said she loved roast potatoes and that which makes it often. She asked me if I had a twist to regular roast potatoes. This recipe "Patates sto Fourno" is a Greek recipe for Garlic and Lemon Potatoes. It is a staple in taverna menus and I read that it is usually served with roasted chicken/grilled fish dishes. The potatoes are mostly cubed and browned. It is also usually Oven Roasted and I have done that too when I have the time but most of the times I just want to do it fast. Basic Information Prep Time: Under 15 min Cook Time: Under 30 min Serves: 2 people Ingredients Method You can either cube the potatoes or chop it like wedges.

Heat 1 tbsp oil and butter in a large skillet over med-high heat. Brown the potatoes on both the cut sides, each side about 5-6 minutes. Reduce the heat to med-low, cover and cook the potatoes until tender. 10 members have made this recipe! Did you make this recipe? Vegetable barley soup. A healthy meal in a box: great bento recipes, tips, and more. Rustic Buckwheat and Pear Cake. Rustic Buckwheat and Pear Cake (recipe is from Sale & Pepe magazine, Serbian issue for November 2010) 2 Williams pears 100 g flour 120 g dark buckwheat flour 100 g butter, on room temperature 1 bag vanillin sugar 1 Tbsp baking powder 3 eggs 120 g sugar 1,5 Tbsp Port 1 tsp freshly squeezed lemon juice 1,5 Tbsp apricot marmalade a pinch of salt grated zest of 1 lemon Sift regular flour with baking powder.

Rustic Buckwheat and Pear Cake

Add vanillin sugar and salt. In a separate bowl mix butter with sugar until fluffy. Peel and core pears. Note: This is my entry for Weekend Herb Blogging, hosted this week by Paulchen’s Foodblog. Olive Oil Pasta with Walnuts, Lentils, and Red Peppers. This delicious meal came about on Saturday at midnight.

Olive Oil Pasta with Walnuts, Lentils, and Red Peppers

We had just arrived home from a friend’s house and Eric proclaimed that he was STARVING. So famished in fact, he was feeling sick to his stomach. He lifted his shirt and sucked in his stomach to emphasize his hunger while I gave him an unimpressed look suggesting that he should probably do something about it. After thinking back over the day’s events, he realized that he missed lunch on Saturday which probably explained for his lingering hunger! Whoa, whoa, whoa. How exactly does someone just forget to eat a meal? Personally, I have never quite understood this phenomenon, although it happens to Eric at least once a week.

I think it is a guy thing? Anyways, Eric was lucky that I had a couple beers in me because he was able to convince me to cook him something…at midnight. I had no plan. Olive Oil Pasta with Walnuts, Lentils, and Red Peppers This decadent pasta sauce will blow you away- and you won’t believe what is hiding in the sauce! Citrus Pomegranate Chicken over Whole Wheat Couscous. Ratatouille. Mild Vegetable Curry with Earl Grey Rice. Ginger-Honey Glazed Salmon.