Category Archives: DISHES

Carrots with couscous

Carrots with couscous

This easy recipe for spicy carrots with couscous can bring you a great pleasure of different taste into your homemade dish menu. It is very light and healthy, yet full of delicious taste. This dish can be served with chicken or even fish. The couscous is an essential storecupboard staple – just soak it in hot water and in ten minutes you’ll have an accompaniment to meat, fish, cooked vegetables or tagines, or the makings of a hearty salad. This granular type of pasta is made by sprinkling durum or hard wheat semolina grains with cold salted water and rolling and coating them in fine wheat flour. Couscous can be eaten hot or cold and is a staple ingredient in North Africa.

Beef in Guinness

Beef in Guinness

Beef in Guinness is a great, hearty winter dish. Perfect as a family meal or the treat for guests. Guinness is frequently used as an ingredient in recipes, often to add a seemingly authentic Irish element to the menus of faux-Irish pubs in the United States, where it is stirred into everything from french toast to beef stew. A popular, authentic, Irish course featuring Guinness is the “Guinness and Steak Pie.” The recipe includes many common Irish herbs, as well as beef brisket, cheeses, and a can of Guinness.

Christmas appetizers

Christmas appetizers

Here are few ideas for simple and quick Christmas appetizers. It hasn’t be anything complicated – the idea is to get an attractive, delicious and easy-to-make food that will be very welcome for your guests. You really can use whatever you have in a kitchen and save a great deal for this Christmas. Also some of this recipes you can make a day earlier and also save your precious time.

Bacon wrapped chicken with jalapenos

Bacon wrapped chicken with jalapenos

Chicken spread with cream cheese and jalapeños, rolled and wrapped with bacon, then grilled – easy and quick to prepare if you have unexpected guests. Whether you’re planning a cookout this weekend or cooking indoors, grill up a few of these sizzling treats for a quick appetizer or serve as an entree.The jalapeño is variously named in Mexico as huachinango and chile gordo. The cuaresmeño closely resembles the jalapeño. The seeds of a cuaresmeño have the heat of a jalapeño, but the flesh has a mild flavor close to a green bell pepper. If you don’t like hot, leave out the jalapenos or skimp a bit. You can always use milder type of pepper.

Apricot and mango jam

Apricot and mango jam

Apricot and mango jam is so refreshing and ideal for simple spreading on the bread or for making cakes (puff pastry with a bit of this jam is so delicious). Also very healthy option for kids. The fragrant sweetness, rich flavour and succulent texture of mango is highly seductive. To test a mango for ripeness, press the ends firmly – if they yield slightly to the pressure, they should be ready to eat. Otherwise, if it’s not quite ready, mangos can be left to ripen in a sunny spot. Mangoes should be kept at room temperature, rather than chilled, to maximise their flavour.