Hoe (pronounced “Hei” with short “ei”) is a meat dish from Korean cuisine. This marinated fish recipe will remind you of ceviche, but with a lot more flavor going for it. It also is accompanied by a variety of vegetables, which only adds to the taste of this fascinating Korean hoe recipe.
Let me put it this way: caramelized onions, slightly browned cannellini beans, a touch of lemon juice, a richness of tahini and a perfect spark from a vinegar. Tell me you do not want to make this brussels sprout salad with white kidney beans?
This roasted beet and broccoli salad will fill your plate with delicious vegetables. It can be enjoyed as is or can be a great pair to your choice of protein, be it vegetarian or otherwise.
If you’ve been following my food blog for a while you know that I am fascinated by finding out the story behind each food I make. While not all of them have a dramatic or reality altering (can you imagine?) history attached to it, nevertheless, Russian salad has an interesting story and some controversies behind it.
I remember when this salad was first introduced into our household. When I was a teenager our mom used to invite guests almost every other week. Subsequently, we would invite everyone around the table and share food that we cooked along with our mom. Gradually cooking became an art in our kitchen. We would look for unique recipes and work on them endlessly to create something interesting.
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.
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.
The original Tabouleh recipe originates in Levantine cuisine, which includes traditions of many Middle-Eastern countries. Personally, it is one of my favorite salads. Very healthy, easy and tasty. What else do you need from a salad? :) Tabouleh goes well with kebabs, grilled dishes and goes exceptionally well with Eggplant Casserole. If you haven’t tried it, it is time for you to consider making this fantastic salad for your family!
This eggplant salad is a tribute to my imagination. I’d better call it Lola’s signature eggplant salad :D All-time favorite, irresistible, very eggplanty and delicious :) Although I did not cover all of the steps involved in making this salad, I will try to give a detailed explanation of each step. Once I make the salad again, I will make sure to complete all of the steps with some additional pictures.