Every one knows that a good naan bread is the punch-line for just about every Indian course and nothing beats a freshly baked naan, which is not that much effort and is so better than those you get from a package at your local store.
Although this course is intended as a relatively healthy starter, after you try it out you’ll wonder why you didn’t make it into a main course! This is a surprising mixture of root vegetables and asian flavor which is super easy to prepare and cook, with only eight ingredients, you’ll just have to try it out.
What is better than home-made cheese rolls to complete your Sunday? We decided to try out different things with the cheese rolls, adding ham, pepperoni and spread cheese, which turned out to be just great. If you decide to try out this recipe you don’t have to constrain your self to only these ingredients, let your imagination take you where ever it pleases.
Cupcakes are colorful and fun and can be experimented with in many ways where we decided to try out using fresh lemon and lime juice for the frosting of typical chocolate chip cupcakes and a matching color to give them a little twist.
In this course the key words are healthy, easy, and delicious! Made from only a hand full of ingredients and very easy to make where the pureé made from tomato, dates and mint leaves goes just wonderfully with the salted cod.
Monk fish might not win the contest of being the best looking creature of the oceans but it certainly is the runner up for one of the tastiest ones. The meat is very dense and is there for well suited for grilling. If you haven’t tried Monk fish before you should try out this tasty healthy recipe.