I remember this dessert from my childhood. I ate it only on special occasions because it takes a lot of time to make it, but if you taste it once, this flavor stays with you for all of your life.
Minced meat is one of the most common ingredients in most of our foods and portions. This dish is an alternative to Bolognese ragout which I love to eat, but sometimes it is good to have a new perspective on a beloved meal. By adding more vegetables, it becomes more healthier and gives it more texture.
What can I say…I think most of the people on this planet love at least one of these meals. If I should pick one, probably I would go for coleslaw, but of course, they are going very well together too.
This time I wanted to make something very quick and easy that is soft and contains cocoa. And found a great recipe by the Galló LÍvi ( https://www.nosalty.hu/recept/isteni-kakaos-suti) . Thanks, got really inspired. Tried it out with slight modification and its’s great!
Having guests and not in the mood for last minute food prep? You can treat them with delicacy that will be remembered yet prepared few days in advance! Check this out: Foie Gras Pâté on Brioche with Red Onion Jam
Take my word for it, they will be lost for words! ‘cause its yummmyyy
Kiwi, exotic fruit with quite peculiar taste. It can be made milder if added on top of layer of neutral creamy cashew milk Panna Cotta. The mix is not only good looking but light dessert that goes well after any food. Try it. Continue reading “Cashew Milk Panna Cotta with Kiwi”