From what I have gathered a lot of cultures and cuisines have their version of some sort of an Eggplant Dip Recipe. This recipe for eggplant dip will most likely accent the Central Asian twist to eggplant spread, which is also called “Ikra” in the Russian language.
This Phyllo Chicken Pie Recipe is inspired by my love for Turkish cuisine. I find Turkish food to be very hands-on and practical. This phyllo chicken pie recipe is my ode, or an easier twist to the yufka borek, which is quite popular in Turkish cuisine.
This eggplant and scallion salad recipe is the bomb dot com. I am a die-hard eggplant addict. I do not know what is it that I like about it, but if the eggplant is in any food that I am eating, it is a fiesta food for me. This particular recipe has a perfect balance of acidic, mildly spicy (because of the garlic and scallions), and rich in flavor.
If you found your way into this blog entry, the chances are you are here to learn more about how to dehydrate chanterelles. I have used multiple ways to dehydrate mushrooms. The best way, time and time again is to use a dehydrator to have that perfectly dry and dehydrated muhsrooms.
This Chicken Schnitzels Recipe is a huge hit for us. It has a perfect crust on the outside, juicy and tender chicken meat on the inside. The marinate makes it that much more tastier, by adding a pop of flavor, leaving a delectable taste in your mouth. The best part is? So easy to make!
This Zucchini Stackers Recipe will add an amazing variation to your zucchini routine. Your friends and family will love it. The garlic sauce and fired zucchini go so well together. You will be reaching for quite a bit more.
This Creamy Chicken Soup Recipe is one of few ways I enjoy chicken in the soup. So creamy and so delicious. Along with the homemade noodles, it goes down quite well. This might as well be a perfect comfort soup. I really hope you like this creamy chicken soup recipe.
Today I am going to show you how to preserve chanterelles. Chanterelles mushrooms are one of the best ones for me. I think I might be slightly obsessed with them. Chanterelles also happen to be a seasonal delight. We only pick it in late summer, early fall. When we have some extra, my mission is to preserve them for winter.
This homemade noodles recipe will change how you perceive noodles in your soup. These noodles are very easy to make. Store bought alternatives of these noodles do not come close in texture and in taste. You can always make extra and store it in a ziplock bag.