Mustard greens are one of my preferred greens, thanks to their spicy and particular taste! I love them cooked in several ways, but probably the recipe I prefer is braised with potatoes and caramelized onions! This vegan and healthy recipe can be served over toasted bread slices as an appetizer or paired with grilled sausages: delicious!
The Crepes Suzette is one of the most famous French desserts; but actually it is not French! The origin of this deli is Monegasque and in all likelihood result of a mistake: a delicious mistake! Here the recipe and history of Crepe Suzette.
Indian Ghee butter is the most traditional seasoning of the Asian sub-continent, thanks to its flavor and properties. Cooking indian recipes like curries and Dal, the use of this fat is essential, and give an unique mark. Homemade ghee is very easy to make and, contrary of the commercial version, it is tastier, so I strong recommend to try it on once in your life!
This Italian frittata is easy and tasty, and not requires flipping it! Spinach and onions combine perfectly with goat cheese. By finishing into the oven you create a yummy pecorino crust. This recipe is great as appetizer or picnic lunch. Serve frittata warm or at room temperature, paired with toasted bread slices, green salad and/or cured meats.
Strudel is a typical Austrian sweet of Byzantine origin. In Italy is typical in the regions neighboring Austria, especially in Trentino South Tyrol. The original strudel ingredients are apples, raisin and pine nuts, wrapped into a thin pastry dusted with powdered sugar. Today I propose you an original version of strudel, stuffed with pears, chocolate, pine nuts and caramel. Even the dough is made of cocoa to obtain an explosion of flavor!