This is not your garden variety hamburger. Here you can use enoki mushrooms, carrots, and spring onion cooked with soy sauce, to enrich the basic ingredients for the classic burger, like minced meat, Cheddar cheese, and the ketchup garnish.
Let’s bring some holiday flavors into our kitchens! You’ll need to roast these drumsticks 2 times, each time upgrading the savory turkey meat with olive oil and various herbs. These and the buttery honey and soy sauce glaze will make the difference. Serve with a side to match these babies. Your guests will polish these off!
You need chicken breast cut into strips to get these good-looking tasty chicken fingers yourself. Make these finger-licking crispy snacks by coating the strips with oregano-flavored flour, whisked egg, and panko. Pair them in an interesting and provoking manner with chili-hot yet refreshing apple slices.
If you’re going heavy today, why not make yourself the ultimate savory meal: a pair of deliciously spiced barbecue ribs. If you don’t have a grill, no worries. These ribs are first cooked into the slow cooker and then finished in the oven, to get that nice sweet and delicious glaze. The glaze is made of barbecue sauce and honey.
One of the Tex-Mex cuisine staples, chilies are definitely worthy of a try even if you’re not an American. This chili uses beef and bacon, and it’s spiced up with jalapeno, red chili paste, and chipotle powder so it is quite fiery. But, to balance things, we’ve topped it with some shredded Cheddar and served it with some topped sour cream.
We made these great-looking brownies with Halloween in mind. We flavored the cocoa base with vanilla and topped it with a sweet cream cheese mixture. We chose to color this last one with the hallmark color of Halloween and even created a sort of abstract pattern by blending it with some cocoa mixture. Try it, it’s super easy!
WOW! An edible human brain? It may not seem like the most appetizing dish. But remember, it’s Halloween! This “brain” is actually a soft, delicate cake topped with buttercream and marzipan. Making it is way easier than it looks, all you need to do is have a little patience and imagination. And we bet you do!
If this Halloween you want to be spending time cooking with your kids, we have the perfect recipe to get them involved – these scary-looking monster teeth cookies! They may seem harmful, but they’re as sweet as honey actually. They’re made with cream cheese, marshmallows, and cookies, so there’s nothing to fear actually.
Want to great your trick-or-treaters with the best popsicles ever? Best thing is you can make them at home also. And you only need a handful of ingredients. The ingredients are Oreos, dark and white chocolate. Coat the Oreos with the melted white chocolate and use the dark one to decorate them into “spider webs”. Find out how to do it following the steps below.