Posts Tagged cream

Chicken Stew with Biscuits

Chicken Stew with Biscuits

Easy and delicious, those two words define this dish perfectly. A perfect dinner (or lunch) dish to share with your loved ones on cold evenings or. like it happens at my place, on game nights. (Adapted from Barefoot Contessa Family Style, 2002 with my inputs in bracket) Ingredients: 3 whole (6 split) chicken breasts, bone in, skin on (I used boneless pieces) 3 tablespoons olive oil Kosher salt and freshly…

Mozzarella & Pecorino Romano “Stacked” Shells with Beef, Carrots and Celery

Mozzarella & Pecorino Romano “Stacked” Shells with Beef, Carrots and Celery

I’m known for never making the obvious and never doing the same thing everyone else does. I try to get creative every time I cook and this recipe is no exception. I started cooking without a game plan — I simply started to chop up a few veggies and let the rest happen naturally. It’s a bit scary to cook this way, but sometimes the stars align and this is the beautiful and delicious end result. S…

Lemon Cream and Saffron Petits Fours

Lemon Cream and Saffron Petits Fours

A little lemony treat with a hint of saffron. From the original site: For the longest time a fruit tart was the ‘only’ tart I ever knew. It took me quite a while to understand what a tart was and more so the difference between a pie and a tart. I am not an ardent fan of pies but, tarts seemed something out of the ordinary. It might have been those beautiful colored fruits or the crumbly crust or just the custard fillin…

Strawberry Yogurt Parfait

Strawberry Yogurt Parfait

I enjoy adding yogurt into everything I cook. So, in our household its a constant on the list of ‘staples’ on the weekly grocery list. With so many different kinds and brands available its tough at times to select ‘a’ specific kind. I use store bought and make it at home, when I can. Of the store bought ones I like the Greek style the most. Its much creamier and easy to work with. Yogurt with honey and…

Lemon Victoria Sandwich Cake with Raspberries, Strawberries and Clotted cream

Lemon Victoria Sandwich Cake with Raspberries, Strawberries and Clotted cream

The last day of September is a double Birthday Day in my family. So I was looking for a cake that would be simple, fast and that wouldn’t require a lot of time in the kitchen. My Facebook friend Dor from La Difference Catering offered me to cook a Classic Victoria Sandwich, so I improvised and changed couple ingredients, as well as added couple of new. Ingredients: For the batter:1 cup of sifted flour 1 cup of sug…

 

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