This is one of the easiest candy recipes there is. Why not make a lot while you’re at it, wrap it in waxed paper, and tie a nice ribbon around it? It’s a great gift, easy-to-make and easy on the budget too!
Preheat oven to 350ºF (180ºC). Mix all the ingredients for the pie crust and put aside. Slice the potatoes into thin slices. Mix the parsley, cheese, eggs and the cream in a bowl. Whisk until evenly mixed. Season with salt and pepper. Roll out the dough and place in a pie shell. Make sure that […]
Season the fish with salt and pepper. Grill the mackerel in butter and oil for about 5 to 7 minutes on each side. Put it in a plate and brush with the hickory sauce. Sauce: Mix all the ingredients for the sauce and season with salt and pepper. The Avocado: Slice the avocado into pieces […]
Tip: If the Norwegian lobsters are too fresh, they may be difficult to peel. If so, dip them for about 1 minute in boiling water. This way the shell will come off more easily. This cooking technique is called blanching.
The key to cooking a whole lobster is that the tails and claws have different cooking times. I recommend cutting the lobster into pieces before cooking it. You could ask your fish dealer to do it for you at the market.
What is really nice about this dish is that all the vitamins and minerals stay in the pot. And I guarantee that it makes fantastic bullion! Personally, I think that potatoes are not necessary since the stew already contains the root vegetables. It can sometimes become a habit to serve potatoes with everything. As for me, I wouldn't do it, especially not in this case.
This dough is often called “scout bread” because it can be baked on a bonfire. You mix the dry ingredients at home, put it in a plastic bag and bring it with you on your trek in the wilderness. When it’s time for baking, you just add water, milk or buttermilk and butter. Work it through the dough, wind it around a stick and bake it over an open fire. Pretty cool! I did it many times myself during my scouting days. This recipe includes the “hotdogs”.
Peel and slice the carrots and parsnip. Separate the cauliflower into bouquets and cut the onion into wedges. Place the carrots, parsnip and onion into a saucepan, cover with water and add generous amounts of salt and pepper. Boil for 5 minutes and then add the cauliflower (the ingredients have different cooking times). Then let […]
Divide the cauliflower into small bouquets. Mix it with the shrimp, spinach, red onion, olive oil and vinegar. Season with the ginger, salt and pepper. Cut the bread into slices and lay them on a baking dish. Drizzle the olive oil over the slices and salt to taste. Toast in the oven at 400ºF (200ºC) […]