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Sweet Potato Fries with Chili and Cheese

Sweet Potato Fries with Chili and Cheese

Melted cheese and meaty chili top sweet potato fries, for the best Chili Cheese Fries, whether you are a surfer or a snow boarder. From the original site: My son adores chili-cheese fries, especially when he is on vacation skiing. There’s something about spuds and chili that just hits the spot for lunch or dinner when you’ve worked up an appetite. My daughter and I love sweet potato fries, and will often orde…

Homemade Seafood Otak-otak

Homemade Seafood Otak-otak

Otak-otak is the mixture between seafood paste and some Asian blended spicies and then steamed into individual snack or side dish. It is one of the many famous street food in Malaysia, Singapore and also in Indonesia. I’m glad I did it at home. Get the Recipe: Homemade Seafood Otak-otak

Deconstructed Potato Salad with Smoky Fingerlings and Olive-y Dressing

Deconstructed Potato Salad with Smoky Fingerlings and Olive-y Dressing

I thought it would be fun to deconstruct a traditional potato salad, and serve it in a disheveled state. From the original site: I used some of the traditional things that go into potato salad, but treated them in a new way. The potatoes became fingerlings fried first in a skillet and finished in the oven, smoked just slightly by fancy paprika. The eggs got sliced, and the mayo dressing got tarted up with lemon…

Stuffed Bell Peppers

Stuffed Bell Peppers

Stuffed bell peppers with potato,pea and spices make it very tasty and yummy. A delightful dish! Get the Recipe: Stuffed Bell Peppers

Green onion paratha

Green onion paratha

yummy Green onion paratha Get the Recipe: Green onion paratha

Simply Hummus

Simply Hummus

These days I am kinda obsessed with Mediterranean dishes, I feel there is something succulent about subtle and aromatic Mediterranean flavors, you just can’t have enough of it. Like Baba Ganoush, Hummus is also another Mediterranean dip made out of humble ingredients – chickpeas, olive oil and tahini (sesame paste). Hummus is an Arabic word for “chickpeas” and the dip is pop…

Stir Fried Raw Banana Curry

Stir Fried Raw Banana Curry

Raw Banana does not need much time to cook or soften so while cooking does not add too much water, otherwise it will mashed up. The nature of raw banana is very much similar to potato, the same bland taste, quick to cook and prone to blackening while left cut for a longer time. Also, add sufficient oil while cooking to keep banana slices crisp and getting stick to the bottom. Ingredients: 2 Big Raw banana 1 Onion,…

Pineapple Cream Cheese Salad

Pineapple Cream Cheese Salad

I love fresh fruits in salad, that sweetness and citrusy juices of fruits give flavors of salad a punch; Pear, Pineapple, Apple, Globe Grapes and Raw Papaya are few fruits that always make a delicious salad. Cream Cheese or Sour Cream has a zingy taste, which compliments sweetness of Pineapple perfectly, and crunchiness of vegetables make this salad hard to resist. Ingredients: For Salad: 1 Cup Pineappl…

My Grandma's Angel Biscuits

My Grandma’s Angel Biscuits

These tender, buttery flaky biscuits melt in your mouth. Perfect for breakfast smeared with jam, serving alongside soup or stew, or just slathered in butter by themselves, they’ll have you fighting your family just to eat the last one! Get the Recipe: My Grandma’s Angel Biscuits

Saffron Pomegranate Rice

Saffron Pomegranate Rice

This is a very quick, easy one pot meal, which can be made in a jiffy ( if you have the basic ingredients- saffron and pomegranate) when some unexpected surprise guests attack you. Also it looks beautifull- presented with the pomegranate airils and aroma of saffron. And no, it does not taste like sweet rice or like thai pineapple rice. It is just the normal savoury rice pilaf with just subtle hint of sweetness…

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