Cheesy One Pan Sausage and Potatoes

Hungry and in need of something comforting? We have just the thing for you! Peel and slice some potatoes and throw them in a pan along with some sausages and onions. After everything is nice and cooked, finish with some shredded mozzarella and let it melt evenly! It’s a simple, yet delicious dish for breakfast, lunch and even dinner!

Chicken, Apple and Cherry Tomato Skewers

What is the secret to making the best possible skewers? Pairing the right ingredients and flavors! This is our idea for the day: spiced chicken, cherry tomatoes, and some apple pieces. The skewers come with this great, light-as-a-feather side: butter-fried carrot, with a touch of orange juice and brown sugar.

Chocolate-Covered Date Pops

If you want to keep a healthy diet, take dates into consideration. They’re a natural health booster, being rich in fiber, magnesium, and vitamins. Today we’re using them in a wonderful dessert. Minced, covered with chocolate, and served on a stick, they make for really eye-catching pops. And they’re delicious also!

Creamy Potato and Leek Soup With Gorgonzola

Now this is a soup that sure has its highlights. It’s nourishing, smooth, and thanks to the potato, it also has a rich creamy texture. But the biggest star of it is the classy Italian cheese, Gorgonzola, which brings its strong flavor right on the main stage!

Cream Cheese, Dill and Parsley Dip

If you’re trying to replace store-bought snacks with something healthier and homemade, give this idea a go: serve crunchy veggies like carrot and bell pepper. But you’ll also need a good dip for them, which is exactly what this recipe provides. It’s a simple cream cheese and herb dip, that will do wonders for your veggie snacks!

Caramelized Onion Dip

Looking for a nice dip to help nachos melt in your mouth? Why not try this recipe for caramelized onion dip? All you need to do is to caramelize a chopped onion, and then mix it with a bit of cream cheese, sour cream, spices, and herbs. Try it and see if you like it.

Cinnamon Rice Pudding

This cinnamon rice pudding doesn’t try to be fancy and elegant, nor does it want to. It’s made of accessible ingredients that are probably already in your pantry. This is one of those foods that takes us back to the good old days when we were kids.

Crunchy Veggie Rice

Who knew a bowl of veggie rice could be so delicious? We’ve added some ginger powder and salt into the water when we’ ve boiled the rice so that’s where its flavor comes from. We’ve also added bell peppers, parsley, some mixed seeds and peanuts, which bring a nice amount of crunch to the experience. Drizzle some olive oil, mix, serve, and most important, enjoy!

Slow-Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala

Slow-Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala

There is a known fact that Indian dishes can be so creamy and so flavored and this one makes no exception. By using the slow-cooker you get an extra-tender chicken breast, which pairs perfectly well with the yogurt. Serve this with an aromatic cucumber salad and cooked rice.

Egg Curry

Egg Curry

This recipe may very well be an Indian cuisine’s twist on the deviled eggs. Although you won’t have to stuff these eggs with anything, you’ll cover them with a hot and richly flavored curry. It’s hearty, quick, and scrumptious. Pairing this with rice will only make it better.

Lamb Stew with Phall Curry

Lamb Stew With Phall Curry

Beware, this is an extreme case of hot and spicy and it’s coming right at you from India. It is an upgraded lamb stew. One combined with many spices added in generous quantities. It goes very well with rice, it’s hearty and super-warming. And it’s bye-bye cold.

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken

The secret to an extremely flavorful tandoori chicken hides in the marinade. Concoct a hot mixture of chili, ginger, coriander, cumin, paprika, garam masala, and harissa; delicately smooth it with oil and yogurt. In contrast to the original recipe, where you’d use a tandoor oven, turn to the good old grill.

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