I have an unusual, [un]healthy obsession with rosemary. I love the herb with literally everything, pasta, eggs, rice, pizza, meat, poultry, vegetables, and fruit. Yes, fruit. Rosemary like its other sister herbs, thyme, oregano, basil, is wonderful with fruit desserts aka pie aka tarts aka galettes. Since I enjoy making desserts, pairing a fruit galette with rosemary was definitely the right thing to do.
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Summer usually means spending time outside, eating tons of sweet watermelon, juicy cherries, and tasty heirloom tomatoes. Heirloom tomatoes can be thrown in any simple dish like sandwiches, pasta, salads, and even on top of plain toast, and make it extra delicious. This is exactly what it does to this spinach omelette and quite simply any omelette or scramble. The heirloom tomato avocado salsa is a nice blend of sweet and spicy spices plus with a juicy, creamy consistency. Best part of all of this is that it takes under thirty minutes to make the entire meal
Recently my husband, Asad Ali Jafri and I discovered a new bakery that was selling 'Dutch Crunch' bread and we immediatley bought a big loaf to take home. He then came up with a great idea to use this delicious sweet and crunchy bread for french toast! We had a container of fresh mascarpone and decided to combine the two for a yummy, brunch treat. This recipe is very basic and easy for anyone to make and great to serve to a large party of people for brunch on Eid or any occasion. So here you go, simple steps to the best homemade french toast!
I love pretty much everything under the category of Mexican food because of the consistent blend of rich flavors from the fresh ingredients and authentic spices in majority of the dishes. I love taco especially since no one taco is the same, each corn tortilla is filled with a unique blend. One taco can be filled with all the works, beans, cheese, meat, rice, salsa, another can have everything but no meat, another can be just simply beans and cheese, or another can claim its own identity by adding untraditional taco ingredients like quinoa! Today's recipe has both, vegetarian and vegan options plus quinoa as a Spanish rice alternative.
Whats great about cooking with vegetables is the array of methods to make them. Roast, saute, grill, boil, bake, steam, the list goes on. I usually enjoy roasting or sauteing vegetables when pairing it with a sauce since the most flavor is absorbed these ways. Another great thing about making vegetables, is the typically short cooking time! Today's recipe for Japanese Miso Roasted Eggplant illustrates both factors.