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.
Today I come to you with a delicious Adjarian Khachapuri recipe. Khachapuri is one of the dishes that is very, very popular both in Georgia and all over ex-soviet Union countries. If there is one thing that all Soviet countries shared and treasured, that would be their love for each other’s food and culture. Trust me, where there is food being shared, everything else must be in order.
Cauliflower is coming back and regaining its rightful place in everyone’s kitchens. There is no need to count its benefits, most of us know them all. There is also plenty of information available about the benefits of this magical vegetable. Despite all of good stuff cauliflower provides, many still choose potato side dishes to cauliflower. I believe this generally happens due to lack of cauliflower appreciation or we list cauliflower in the category of acquired tastes. If so let’s try really hard to acquire that taste. It might be a little challenging at first. But I assure you, with a good recipe in hand everything is possible. Experiment with different cauliflower recipes and suitable sauces, enjoy both tastes and benefits.
If you like Spinach and you like pie. Put your love together in this remarkable spinach pie recipe.
After a long break I am back documenting my favorite recipes :D My come back recipe is this fabulous and very easy cabbage salad. This salad can also be used as a bruschetta topper.
Chana masala became one of my favorite side dishes while I lived in Texas. I had a loving Indian family who would invite me to their house on weekends and offer amazing treats along with some great dinner. I decided to post this recipe in honor of Aziz and her family, who showed me the meaning of sincere friendship and for introducing me to the Indian Cuisine :)
We often have guests at our house. I love gathering friends, having a nice dinner with them, playing games, talking and enjoying the evening. I try not to make the same food every time we invite someone over. So, I look for new recipes, work on substitutions or just come up with my own combination for a new dish. When I first made Baked Pears with Blue cheese, my husband fell in love with it right away! Now he keeps on bringing more pears and blue cheese to have enough of this delicious entree at his immediate disposal.
I got this super-duper meat pie recipe from my sister-in-law(my brother’s wife), who inherited it from her mother. Ultimately, it was brought to my attention by my sister Kamola. We love this meat pie so much that it finds its way to our stomachs quite often. The crust is just to die for. With a perfect crispness, it melts in your mouth, leaving you craving for more! I have been planning to document it for a while now. In fact, I thought that I had already posted it a while ago and I was surprised to find out that I never did… Well, anyway, here it is ladies and gentlemen!