To me, it's not poultry seasoning without some fresh sage (Dalmatian sage) and rosemary in the mix...just my personal choice. I would also use fresh lemon zest and Himalayan sea salt.
Spring is coming and one of the first vegetables of spring is asparagus. Wrapped with a crispy phyllo pastry spiked with thyme then topped with cheese really takes this main dish up to the next level.20 days ago
It was definitely my kind of dessert, it's sweet, but too sweet; vanilla sauce gave some richness, but wasn't overwhelming. The peach-maple filling was so delicious, packed with fresh peach flavor, of course :D and the juicy filling was just oozing out loudly.20 days ago
Absolutely delicious, roasted bell pepper, salted mushrooms and spinach are an excellent combination, phyllo pastry adds the crispness. Serve it as a main dish or an appetizer!about 13 hours ago
Crispy phyllo filled with roasted seasoned fresh asparagus, wild mushrooms and red bell pepper, you can serve it as a lunch or a light supper with favorite salad.20 days ago
A Slovenian and International recipe. Instead of lemon rind Grandma uses lemon juice. Grandma also waits until the dough is ready to slice the apples, that way they don't turn brown. She also uses the slicer on the side of a grater to slice the apples really thin.
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