Flattened chicken called Tabaka is a staple dish in Georgia, simple and delicious. Traditionally, it was made on the clay dish called a ketsi with heavy piece of clay on top to flatten the bird. At home, we used a heavy cast iron skillet and big flat stone that weighed […]
I had chickpea curry at the party of friends where one Indian guy brought this dish and even though I don’t like cooked onions, I loved this dish, it was creamy and amazingly flavorful. So, I asked him for a recipe and made it at home few times. It’s not […]
Once you realize how quick and easy it is to toss together beef and broccolini in soy sauce, ginger and toasted sesame seed oil, you might never order takeout again. Broccolini is a cross between broccoli and kale. For the beef, pick tender piece like filet mignon. Regardless of the […]
Stuffed chicken cutlets is both crunchy and greaseless. The crumbs insulate the delicate chicken meat and help keep it from overcooking.
Sea bass in coconut lime sauce is very light and flavorful dish, sour from the lime juice, sweet from coconut milk. It has very elegant and clean look as well.
Well, the most important element in this dish is the sauce and if you make your own tomato sauce, that will make a world difference in taste. The most important element in tomato sauce are tomatoes, they must be juicy, ripe and flavorful. The best ones are beefsteak or hairloom […]
Tofu in tomato curry sauce is an amazing combination. I usually make tofu in coconut milk with curry powder, but since i forgot to buy coconut milk and i had some fresh juicy tomatoes, I decided to use them instead. It’s light, flavorful and simple dish that you can put […]
Pork roulade with basil pesto is an elegant looking dish with mild flavor of basil. It’s great for dinner parties served with rosemary roasted potatoes and garden salad. It might look complicated and hard, but it’s really easy to prepare.
Making steak enchiladas can be really easy. You can substitute steak with chicken if you prefer. This dish is tasty, creamy, hearty and a crowd pleaser.
Before I start preparing a new dish, I like to do a little research about it’s origin, name and the history behind it. After looking for some information in the internet about chicken cacciatore, I found out that “cacciatore” means “hunter” in Italian and this dish was hunters dish in […]