When it comes to making Falafel, people think it’s easy. You mash this, mix that, form balls and fry them all. What could go wrong? Yes, it could, and horribly. Luckily, we went through the pain just to bring you this ultimate recipe where everything is perfected.
For something this good-tasting but so earthy, I doubt there is even the least guilt about gulping 2 bowls of it. Just dump in either cheese or chips or whatever you could think of that fits your diet plan. If I have to put one bottom line, then it should be this: A soup that tastes like a crazy cheat meal, but is actually a girl-next-door type of goodness.
So as a mama’s rule once went – “You are what you eat, so don’t be fast, cheap, easy, or fake.” I went set my bars high for this easy dish, only to find out simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. A hole in one, yes it is.
Moist, juicy and so rich in taste with a creamy and tangy spice mix, Tandoori Chicken actually calls for no special curry paste but just scratch that can easily be found within your kitchen space. Ready to figure it out?
So for this Chicken Piccata, I got the chicken breasts done just like most of the times I’ve brought it to the table (not like I’ve ever fell out of love with the poultry anyway). But what keeps my taste buds coming around this time is actually the luscious, mouth-watering lemon butter sauce.
Deliciously bursting with flavor, this roasted pork tenderloin is undoubtedly a family-pleaser. Easy and relaxing, it’s either great on its own or with stir frys, salads and different kinds of wraps.
Being a newcomer to salmon I am, I was dazed at the fact that this sustenance was much less fancy than it looked. Don’t get me wrong, salmon tastes just like a night of champagne to me. It’s just way less intricating to be done than I’d imagined.
Propped up by goodies altogether, it’s even hard not to be a bless. Like, how come not – for something stuffed with all those sour cream, whole milk, cheddar cheese, butter and bacon like this?
This sweet deal is an appetizer in a nutshell. You can always throw some for backyard chills, Christmas smorgasbords, or just eat them straight out because you’re in the crave. Sounds jelly by rights, no?
French toast is absolutely a complaisant deal that shouts out for no peculiar ingredients. As long as the substitutes are custardy and absorbent just stale-bread-like, then it’s all gray. Bang for the buck.