Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls are one of the most popular Polish dishes. The skinny version uses ground turkey instead of pork or beef.
Cacio e Pepe Zucchini Noodles recipe is a perfect combination of one of the most famous Italian pastas with a healthy spiralized vegetable. It requires no cooking and can be served as main or side dish.
Linguine with Broccoli and Romesco Sauce is an amazing pasta dish with a uniquely Spanish twist. Freshly cooked linguine is tossed with broccoli and a sauce made of roasted red peppers, tomatoes, onions and toasted almonds. Simply delicious.
Margarita Pizza Quesadilla combine two of the most popular Italian and Mexican dishes – pizza and quesadillas. Listen, if 1 is good…2 is better!
One Pot Chicken Saffron Rice with Peas, Olives and Pimenton is an easy weeknight meal that requires minimal work. The oven does the job for you.
Oven Baked Eggs with Sausage, Peppers & Onions are super easy to make yet absolutely delicious. They’re also elegant and perfect for special occasions, like Mother’s Day.
This Spanish Romesco sauce is delicious! Perhaps the secret behind it is that this recipe doesn’t use short cuts like jared peppers. It’s made entirely from the scratch and the aroma and taste is simply irresistible. The combination of roasted peppers, tomatoes, onions and garlic, with toasted almonds and smoked Spanish paprika, results in a sauce…
This incredible Mediterranean Chicken Stew with Sweet Potatoes, Beans and Olives, is light yet hearty. It’s packed with amazing nutrients provided by way of the sweet potatoes, beans and olives. It’s a perfect dish for a cozy dinner on a rainy day, but at the same time the ingredients also would befit a beautiful sunny day….
Who knew garbanzo beans married so well with hard boiled eggs, fresh herbs, and a sprinkling of sesame seeds, lemon and garlic. These Chickpea Egg Fritters with Tahini Sauce is a vegetarian treat for either lunch or dinner. It can be served with simple side veggies like avocados, greens and tomatoes, and in a pita bread or on…
This soup is called ‘Fakes’ and it’s a staple of traditional Greek cuisine. And its deservingly achieved staple status. Fakes is served with lots of olive oil(!), red wine vinegar, and topped with feta; thereby elevating Lentil Soup to another level. So, my friend told me that her husband makes the best lentil soup ever – and typically she’s spot…