This Instant Pot Chicken Teriyaki is the bomb dot com. I do have another lengthy recipe for an original Sarku Japan chicken teriyaki. However, today’s recipe will concentrate on the shortness of time to cook something delicious, without compromising on taste.
Do you know how to cook chanterelles? If you don’t, follow along this recipe. We, as a whole family love mushrooms. Any edible kind can find refuge in our hearts and stomachs. However, there are a few favorites in my books. This recipe is dedicated to how to cook chanterelles. One of my favorite mushrooms one can pick.
This Chicken Jalfrezi Recipe is probably going to be one of the easiest recipes in your arsenal. When I say “yours”, quite frankly, I am sure you will enjoy cooking and consuming this dish. Let’s see what Chicken Jalfrezi Recipe is about, shall we?
Let me introduce you to a delicious tenderloin steak recipe. I’ve been watching Gordon Ramsey’s The other F word show and came across a beautiful recipe for a skirt steak. Since I didn’t have a skirt steak handy, I decided to use the tenderloin steak instead of the skirt steak. I hope you like this tenderloin steak recipe as much as we did.
Let me introduce you to another gem of a recipe made in Instant Pot. Meet Instant Pot Chicken Masala, you guys! When I started food blogging in 2009 there weren’t many Indian recipes to come by. Whatever I could learn, I learned from my Indian or Pakistani friends. This Rustic Chicken Masala recipe was one of the few I picked up from my friends.
Let me introduce you to Moshkichiri recipe. You read is exactly as it is written (m-o-sh-k-i-ch-i-ri). It is a very old Uzbek dish, which could probably be translated as Rustic Risotto. I have yet to meet a person who does not like this porridge. It has a risotto like texture, with beans perfectly simmered into perfection. The combination of vegetables, meat and beans works wonders in this dish. It may not look very appetizing from the photos. However, looks can be very deceiving.
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.
The very first time I ate these dumplings were in my mom’s kindergarten where the cook makes delicious, from scratch meals every day. Although I have heard of Hamir Hasip (in literal translation it would mean Dough Sausage) before, as it is an Uzbek dish, it was never made in our house. When I tried them for the first time, I really fell in love with their simple but delightful taste. These beef dumplings do not have a big variety of ingredients in it, which, in my opinion, make them appealing to little children. You can certainly dress them up with a spicy or sweet chutney, sour cream or plain yogurt. I like to enjoy it with a little bit of caramelized onions in ghee, sour cream and a side of pico de gallo.
Here it comes – an easy lahmacun recipe. If you would like to check out the original recipe, which still tastes divine, click here. The idea of using a pre-made dough for easy Lahmacun recipe came about pretty suddenly, in the shape of a dough, which I would typically use for quesadillas. It would take such a long time to roll out the dough from the original recipe, I honestly would limit making this dish to once in a couple of months. After the discovery of Fresca Tortillas, I can whip these easy lahmacuns very quickly. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you will find an easy print out for this recipe.