This recipe is perfect for busy weekdays that can help you add vegetables to your plate. Napa cabbage is inexpensive, tastes great, loaded with fiber and it’s also a nutritional powerhouse.
Tiramisu is a sophisticated, melt in your mouth, delicate and delicious dessert that is also extremely easy and fun to make and will surely become the star at your dinner table! Served in individual mini cups this recipe is perfect for sharing.
If you like carrots, I’ve got this wonderful Korean Carrot Salad recipe for you! And even if you don’t, you might want to give this one a try as it’s definitely a flavor twist to the standard carrot. Raw and julienned (finely sliced) carrots combined with a fragrant spice blend of coriander, cloves, bay leaf, grated garlic and red pepper will quickly become your favorite side dish.
This dish is fun to make and if you’re using my method of mixing different flavors on a plate before all the smashing happens, then there’s no mess to clean afterwards. These potatoes can be served hot or cold, you can add any flavor of your choosing from truffle oil and bacon pieces to various herbs and spices and even cheese.
No matter how many times I make this, I love it just as much as the first time I took a bite of this moist, delicious and flavorful banana bread. This recipe has always been consistently great. Moist, sweet, rich, filling- it draws you in till the last bite. It seems like it miraculously disappears from the baking pan even before it touches the cooling rack.
This recipe is great because there’s absolutely no need to preboil cauliflower to soften, no deep frying or flour coating to make it taste amazing. Just simple pan caramelized cauliflower dressed with a little salt and pepper and mixed with garlic. The only thing you have to worry about in this recipe is stirring. You can garnish the dish with chopped dill or chives or eat it straight from the pan. Perfect every time!
Nutty, toasty and delicious pecan pie without all the guilt of table sugar and white flour? Yes, please! Learning how to handle all kinds of nut flours so that the dough is easy to handle, doesn’t crumble, and doesn’t burn before your pie filling is ready is essential to going gluten-free.
These muffins are my go-to on the evenings when I am really really tired and want to catch on my sleep. It sounds strange, doesn’t it? To do something in order to rest. But look, they are very easy and quick to make, taste great, store and freeze well, and provide a great deal of nourishment for your body so you don’t feel guilty for having muffins with your morning coffee. Add some vegetables and greens to your plate and you have a wonderful delicious vitamin rich meal to start off your day.
If I could have one salad every week for the rest of my life, this would probably be it. It has so many simple ingredients, and yet, but soooo many complex flavors. It’s so refreshing, yet filling that it really became my family’s favorite.