Or how I destroyed the rice. With a pinterest-inspired vegan recipe – yeeess, I saved several on a Greek sunny day outside. :))) Well, I might be a disaster, but I can’t stand the dishes where the rice is boiled until the grain is gone. Like the traditional pilaf – is a big no-no. 🙂
My general salad recipe contains variations, combinations and arrangements from the following expression: potatoes, pasta or rice (carbs) + vegetables (veggies) + meat, fish, egg, cheese, beans, chickpeas (protein) + dressing, spices. The big advantage is that it is prepared extremely quickly, especially if you have the ingredients ready to cook. 🙂 Disaster is when
Tell us right now, did you succeed in not altering the original recipe? Weeeell…. :)))) Inspired by our neighbors (Ukrainians, Russians or Poles, as you prefer) beet borscht can be a long soup, my case, or not, in the case of Jamie Oliver. And even a cream soup made with a blender, if you start
Chef asks me, don’t we better make a potato salad with fish? Well, what a question. :))) The recipe is inspired by Jamie Oliver and it is so good that it is worth sharing on fast forward. 😛 Some new potatoes washed well (I use a green alien as a brush) and boiled. Some fish
What else did you destroy this time? :)) Nothing. 😀 I just modified the recipe a bit, through the essential parts. :))) Well, I combined a canned tuna with red onion and green olives, a little mayonnaise, salt, pepper and lemon juice. I saw on the internet that celery is usually added and mayonnaise is
I’ve cooked it in the past, but of course I deviated from the original recipe. 🙂 İmam bayıldı as it is called in the original language, it contains eggplant plus onion, garlic and tomatoes and a ton of olive oil (from which the imam is said to have fainted, of emotion that his wife consumed
I was actually looking for cupcake ideas when I came across a book with Mediterranean recipes. On this occasion I found out that not only did the Turks take our stuffed cabbage rolls and eggplants on bread, but the Greeks also make traditional bean soup (lol), and the Spaniards make cousins soup…. uuups, meat balls.