Let’s bring Greece onto your plates once more, this time with the help of stuffed squids cooked in the grill pan. And what filling suits them better than feta cheese? Mix it with cherry tomatoes and red pepper, then quickly prepare a parsley vinaigrette to serve the squids with, and eureka!
Fish & seafood
This time prepare again your skewers! And the oven. You’ll bake cubed salmon together with crunchy green peppers, red onion, and juicy cherry tomatoes. But before that, you’ll coat everything with a wonderful sauce. It’s easy! You can also go out in the open and grill these babies. Your choice.
Why not make your next salmon fillet more interesting by making it buttery, flavoring it with rosemary, and pairing it with a beetroot sauce? You can serve it with mint-flavored sweet corn. And why wait?
Nobody really knows when were the first quesadillas prepared. However, we can be pretty sure that they are an old tradition. Now, other than cheese (queso in Spanish) we are filling ours with a mixture of tuna, sweet corn, onion, bell pepper, and olives. Not to mention the yogurt and mustard sauce, the spices, and the lemon juice. Serve them warm!
Today’s main course brings generously spiced baked potatoes and lemony tuna mixed with sweet corn, cherry tomatoes, and spring onion. We’ve spiced them potatoes with tarragon, curry, and garlic, but this shouldn’t stop you from adding other spices. And please, use just olive oil, this time.
Asian cuisine: a lot of cooking and stirring, a lot of spices and many ingredients. Too many, some people would say. However, at the end of the day (pun intended), the result can be mega-licious, especially if you’re into spices! You better serve this with rice.
Not your usual mashed potatoes this time, but mashed sweet potatoes and celery root, where we added 1 chili and a few garlic cloves to spike things up a bit. We served the mash with trout fried in butter. Smoothness on a plate!
Care for a hearty and filling dish? This skillet stew is just what you need in the winter days, not to mention the holiday season. The smoked sausage and the red beans are here to prove it. The shrimp is here to back them up.
So, shrimp cooks very quickly, everybody knows that. Here, you’ll only need 15 minutes to prepare a special shrimp stew. It is special because of the smooth and richly flavored sauce. The heavy cream makes it soft and milky, vinegar, and tomato juice lend it a tangy touch and the orange juice just makes it unique.
Not just for the kids. Anyone can enjoy a puree’s creamy texture. It’s smooth for the kids, easy-to-digest for the seniors, and it’s a tasty velvety experience for all of us. In this case, you’ll need to mash together baked fish fillets, cooked cauliflower, and a boiled potato. A 40 minute-job, at most.
Let’s bring fish and veggies together on your slice of toast, by combining them into a creamy spread. We’ve decided on baked salmon, a boiled potato, and canned peas. We also dropped a bit of butter into the mixture. We mashed everything and that was pretty much it.