I have been wanting a recipe for a literal coffee cake for the longest time.
Coffee and chocolate, or mocha, is beyond description for me. I love it and I crave it. Continue reading “430. Cappuccino Muffins”
Having a great teriyaki sauce recipe in your pocket sets you down a wonderful culinary path. Continue reading “429. Chicken Teriyaki”
A little fried something is always welcome on a dining table.
Samosa, or sambusak, are especially popular among both Arab and Indian communities. Continue reading “428. Vegetable Samosa”
Very much like cabbage, cauliflower is a vegetable prone to misrepresentation and has gained the false reputation of being a boring vegetable. Continue reading “427. Fried Cauliflower and Tarator Salad”
Here is a wonderful soup that can be modified in more than one way to suit your taste. Continue reading “426. Broccoli Cream Soup”
It is the different ways simple and wholesome ingredients are used that really deserve praise for creativity.
If anyone, it is the Iraqi cuisine that does just that. Continue reading “425. Iraqi Chicken with Red Rice”
Never would I have imagined that such an elegant and classy dessert could be done simply right in the home kitchen. Continue reading “424. Cherry Mousse Cake”
I have seen, on several instances, floating around the web the phenomenon of roasted cabbage wedges or roasted cabbage steaks. Continue reading “423. Roasted Cabbage Wedges”
Liver is not for everyone, and that is understandable. But like it or not, it is unreasonable to deny its health-boosting abilities, such as its iron content (hence it is regularly “prescribed” to anaemics). Continue reading “422. Liver Salad”
Despite the relentless summer heat, we still choose to break our Ramadan fast with a soup.
This soup tastes so decadent although it contains no milk nor cream. Continue reading “421. Cauliflower Soup”