The gnocchi zapallo is rich and healthy to enjoy this typical dish of Italian cuisine alternative. Unlike the traditional recipe, this pumpkin gnocchi does not have potatoes, but they are just as tender and delicious. In addition, they maintain the orange color so characteristic of the vegetable. For this pumpkin gnocchi recipe, we have used cubutia squash, a variety of squash of Japanese origin that is usually much drier and more flavorful. This will benefit you when cooking the gnocchi since it will not require adding more flour than necessary. Continue reading
The Aztec cake is a traditional dish of Mexican cuisine, also known as Mexican lasagna. Its base preparation consists of layers of corn tortilla, salsa, cheese, and meat. However, there are many varieties and flavors. Therefore, this time, we teach you how to prepare a rich green Aztec cake, the most famous and the one that is usually consumed the most in different parts of Mexico. Continue reading
If pizza is one of your favorite dishes, imagine eating a 3-tier pizza stuffed cake where you can play with different fillings to enjoy movie night. That’s how it is! We are going to prepare a triple pizza that will allow you to enjoy an explosion of flavors thanks to the possibilities it offers. Do you dare? Continue reading
Are you a great pasta lover and want to learn how to make a delicious dish? Well, this is the perfect recipe. You just have to choose the pasta you like the most and combine it with the different vegetables that we recommend below. You will prepare an exquisite dish to prepare for your lunch or dinner. Continue reading
When you want to prepare a delicious meal in a short time, dry pasta is undoubtedly among your first options. Try this Mexican spaghetti recipe for a different alternative to prepare pasta.
Your guests will be delighted and you will not need a large budget to buy the ingredients, it is likely that you already have some of them at home.
In a large pot, heat salted water to a boil. Then add the spaghetti and stir to avoid sticking. Cook for about 10 minutes over medium heat.
Meanwhile, cook the onion with the olive oil in a pan for about 2 minutes, until it softens. Then add the garlic and cook for another 30 seconds.
Add the sauteed tomatoes, the canned crushed tomato, and salt and pepper to taste. Cook over a fire for about 8 minutes.
When the pasta is done, drain it in a colander. Next, spoon the sauce into a large bowl with half of the pasta and stir to mix well.
Then add the remaining pasta and cover with the rest of the sauce. Stir again to combine well. Lastly, pour the chopped avocado on top.
To accompany, you can prepare the salad that you like the most. One option is a romaine lettuce salad.
You just have to cut some new leaves from the lettuce and prepare a dressing of white wine vinegar, fresh lemon juice, mustard, olive oil, salt, and pepper.
Next, place the lettuce leaves in a large bowl, pour in the dressing, and add a little chopped parsley. Stir the salad to mix the ingredients well and you’re done.
The avocado is a fruit known for its high content of healthy fats, vitamins (E, A, B1, B2, B3, D), and minerals (such as iron, phosphorus, and magnesium). This makes Mexican spaghetti a very healthy dish. Therefore, if you like to eat healthily, do not hesitate to prepare this delicious meal for you and your family.
Now, you just have to serve the pasta and sit at the table with your guests to enjoy Mexican recipes with them and especially this Mexican spaghetti recipe.
Laab moo, or spicy pork salad, is a spicy issan favourite. Popular all over Thailand, it is usually eaten with sticky rice or other issan favourites such as som tam.
Although called a salad, there isn’t much “green” stuff in it. In this recipe I have used minced pork, but you could use minced chicken or beef.
This recipe is supposed to be spicy, so don’t be shy with the chillies!
Step 1: Heat a pan, and pour in the rice. Keep stirring the rice around the pan until it takes on a light brown colour
Step 2: Slice the spring onion and red onion
Step 3: Remove the chilli storks, and make a vertical incision in each chilli
Step 4: Crush the roasted rice – if you have a mortar and pestle, perfect! If not, a hammer will do the job
Step 5: Sieve the rice so that only the finest granules make it into the dish
Step 6: Heat a pan, and pour in the minced pork. Stir thoroughly until the pork has cooked, but be sure not to over cook it. It should have a white-grey colour. When it’s nearly cooked, add the stock granules.
Step 7: Pour the cooked pork into a bowel, and add the chillies, red onions, spring onions, mint, and parsley. Mix Throroughly
Step 8: Now add the crushed roasted rice, crushed chillies, lime juice, and fish sauce, and mix together. It’s ready to serve
Som Tam is a spicy Thai salad made from papaya. The papaya should be unripened and white inside. The dish combines 4 tastes – spice from the chillie, sweetness from the sugar, salt from the fish sauce, and sour from the lime.
This spicy papaya salad is a great snack, or side dish. Again its very healthy and meat free. Its usual in thailand for the customer to choose and add the ingredients themselves to suit their tastes, so why not play around the type and quantity of ingredients listed below until you find your ideal combination.
This dish is very quick to prepare, although it can be tricky finding the raw papaya.
Step 1: Peel the skin off the papaya, then wash thoroughly. Now grate the papaya
Step 2: Chop the tomatoes and garlic, and add to a large bowl (or mortar and pestle if you have one) Then slice the chillies length ways to open them up. Add to the bowl
Step 3: Slice and crush the green beans and add to the bowl
Step 4: Now add the shredded papaya, fish sauce, crushed peanuts, lemon juice and sugar. Mix everything together thoroughly
Step 5: If you dont have a mortar and pestle, use a spoon to mix everything, and make sure you crush the chillis to get the spice released. Do the same with all the ingredients.
Step 6: Once everything has been thoroughly mixed, you can serve and eat.
This spicy stir fry recipe is common throughout Thailand. Bulked with rice and topped with a fried egg, it is a delicious tasting, cheap, easy to prepare and filling meal.
Spicy and meaty, pretty much every visitor to Thailand is sure to have tried and enjoyed this recipe.
Usually served with minced pork, however I have used minced beef. You can also use minced chicken. The egg is optional, but I find it goes well with the dish as a whole.
For the vegetables not always present as a salad or mashed, today we bring you a recipe simple and tasty that combines the fun of a sandwich with healthy and nutritious vegetables. This is a grilled vegetable pita that serving provides:
Open pita bread in half and toast both sides on a grill, book.
In the same grill or iron hot place the sliced eggplant without skin, previously washed zucchini and slice with your skin, onion slices and drizzle with olive oil. Turn when golden brown and leave there until the other side.
Place vegetables over cubes of cheese mozzarella and when the cast carries this on one of the halves of pita bread with all the vegetables cooked on the grill. Add the tomato slices previously washed, sprinkle with oregano and basil, salt if desired and cover the sandwich the other half of the pita.
This recipe for grilled vegetable pita is an excellent preparation and the main course is suitable for vegetarians and also, to carry on tupper while eating healthy.
It is a rich dish fiber, Vitamins and minerals and above all, full of flavor, as all the vegetables, along with olive oil and dried herbs provide an appetizing dish.
The vegetable pita also offers healthy fat derived from olive oil Antioxidants and protein resulting from the quality of the cheese. Furthermore, although in this case, the bread is white bread, vegetables reduce their absorption, reducing the glycemic index of food and offers more fullness.