Pre heats the oven to 220°C. Peel and chop the onion and parsley. Mix with the mustard to form a cream. Spread the flesh of the fish fillets with this cream, then stack them two by two, skin outward, string them likes roasts. Place in an oven dish and surround mushrooms, then potatoes a cut in half. Sprinkle with lemon juice, olive oil, and white wine. Season with salt and pepper and Baked Fish for 30 to 40 minutes, watching. Do not hesitate to add the vegetables of your choice around the fish! Roasted Baked Fish
The centuries-old chicken dish in the Indian subcontinent is an exquisite and wonderful dish that is equally popular among children, adults, women and gentlemen, and indigenous to traditional cuisine. Chicken thighs are marinated in sharp spices and roasted on coals is known from afar because of their savory aroma. Eat it in the afternoon or at dinner with chopsticks, breads or nuns and have fun.Zinger Burger Recipe KFC
A flavourful and delicious combination of aromatic spices and juicy chicken with perfectly cooked rice, Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani is the stuff a biryani lover’s dreams are made of. Considered to be a dish of the Nizams, Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani today has rightly acquired the title of the most popular biryani dish across the length and the breadth of the country. A typical Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani is cooked in a variety of ways but two most famous and widely-practiced forms are: Kachi biryani (where the meat or the chicken is marinated and mixed with the rice in raw form) Pakki biryani (where chicken or meat is pre-cooked and then added to the rice)
Flavorful, spicy, tangy and absolutely delicious; it is an easy to make dish in which fish fillets are coated with spicy masala and then fried until crisp. A favourite party snack, masala fish fry also a perfect comfort food for cold rainy days. It keeps you warm in the inside while satiating your craving for something filling and yummy. Try it right away.
"Kohlrouladen" used to be a staple on the menu for regular people in Germany during winter time. The relatively long preparation and cooking time pays out, because it can be easily reheated over a couple of days and gets even better and tastier then. Fried potatoes complete the picture, but you can cook the potatoes also in the pot with the sauce, if there is space left. This recipe can be varied in many ways, be it the stuffing (ground meat here), or the sauce. The recipe is as traditional as it can be; the ingredients are adjusted to availability in North America (like Savoy cabbage in lieu of "Weisskohl", bacon to replace "Speckwuerfel"). For sure the ground meat can vary depending on preferences or diets - I bet quite often in the "good old times " regular people did not exactly know what's in the ground meat they got from the butcher - at least it was some meat, for most of the families only once a week.
A very simple recipe for a classic, which helps you to get warm in the winter (ok, I mean when it is getting 4° Celsius in the night in Southern California). The number of servings is accurate when you have it as a meal - as a starter it should serve way more people. I did not list any spices, as I usually have self made chicken broth which is already pretty tasty and spicy, sweetness comes from the onions and the white wine balances it. For bread and cheese - don't think about any fancy, old dry bread is good and any cheese which melts. The onions are king when it comes to taste. Ovenproof crock bowls are very nice for final preparation and serving the soup.
For those of us who cannot really chew in the morning, but still need some intake with nutritional value and the awakening effect of coffee - a breakfast which helps you and yours to make it through the day. Sour cream and heavy whipping cream instead of milk is handy, as they last longer in the fridge, and for the bananas you can also take those which are already brown.
This dip can be served with chips, crackers or even smoked salmon. It can be stored for a couple of days in the fridge, so whenever you feel like snacking, take it out.
This was a common meal in German blue collar working class families. It is still very popular on buffets, and even used to become "hip" recently for people who got bored with mussels, salmon or caviar on buffets. People in old times often did not use ground meat, but ground cheap meat leftovers. This used to be pub food in the very old times in Germany as you could store it for a long time - no fridge was around at that time, only a pantry. It is perfect as a cold snack for long road trips.
An easy way to create a tasteful appetizer, similar to the way it is done in Scandinavia or Northern Germany. Preferably you want to use wild caught salmon when it is available or catch-it yourself. The usual caveats when you deal with fresh fish apply. Process it immediately. I had good experience with wild Alaska sockeye salmon which is frozen for a while before it comes into the shop.