Easy, Traditional Hummus
Hummus is one of the easiest, simplest, and tastiest dips you can make. It’s always a hit at parties – and it’s good for you!A Wholesome Dish: Sindhi Curry
For the love of the tangy taste Sindhi Curry offers, I make it quite often. But more than the taste, it’s the feel-good factor I get after having such a nutritious and wholesome dish. Loaded with veggies and served with rice, it’s a complete meal in itself.
There is nothing more satisfying than a home cooked meal. Finding a good “go to” chicken breast recipe is hard. Luckily we provided many recipes for you to choose from!10 Chicken Breast Recipes
In this article I list 10 recipes to cook chicken breasts. I also give a few helpful tips about cooking chicken breasts.5 Delicious Breakfast Recipes To Try On Your Next Backpacking Trip
You’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day too many times before, but it’s true. Healthy breakfast gives you energy to start a great day on the trail, improves your mood and helps to stay focused during whole hiking trip. Try these simple and delicious recipes on your next backpacking trip, and they’ll become your all-time favourites!Amazing Pecan Recipes: This Easy Pecan Pie Is to Die For!
Mmmmm, Pie! Who doesn’t love a fresh pecan pie? I’ve never met a person who doesn’t enjoy this American past time. If you’re a fan of a good recipe, look no further. Enjoy!Homemade Bread Recipes – Design Your Own Loaves
Learn to make your own bread recipes – it is not as difficult as you think to make a loaf to complement your dinner menus. Follow these steps to create something you can truly call your own. Find inspiration in your store cupboard, garden or corner shop and really amaze friends and family when you serve up a new delight.My 3 Favourite Recipes From Kenya
This article describes how to make chapatti, matoke (plantiains) and mukimo (beans and maize mash), three popular dishes from Kenya. The recipes are fairly simple and using these recipes you can extend your Kenyan cuisine to include githeri (beans and maize), njahi (black beans), minji (peas), marahwe (kidney beans) and ndengu (mung beans).Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes
I’ve been watching lots of cooking shows, all of which includes Gordon Ramsay and Nigella Lawson, and several times these masterchefs both kept emphasizing that your mood, attitude and feelings while you’re in the kitchen affects how your food turns out. At first I thought this was ridiculous and extremely fluffy, but during the time I had mass productions of macarons and cupcakes during the festive season, I realised this is actually extremely true. When I was stressed or upset, my baked goods turned out deformed (macarons) or ugly (cupcakes).Delectable Vegetarian Cuisine
This article offers up three inexpensive, healthy vegetarian recipes. They include Acorn Squash Bisque, Kale and Mushroom Quinoa, and Peaches and Cream Milk.Pork and Vegetable Stir-Fry With Szechuan Sauce
Not all Szechuan cuisine is as fiery as commonly thought but traditional Szechuan sauce does pack a lot of heat. Typical ingredients include hot chiles, garlic, ginger, onion, rice vinegar or dry sherry, and a tomato base.
If you like the deep, earthy taste of roasted winter vegetables, you’ll love this rich, creamy puree made with roasted cauliflower and garlic. Simple pan-seared chicken breasts and a side of steamed Brussels sprouts round out this warm, inviting dinner for four.Homemade Chili Sauce Beats Anything in a Bottle: An Historic Recipe to Try
At first glance, ketchup and chili sauce look alike. The ingredients lists are also similar. So what’s the difference? This article will tell you, and also gives you a recipe for homemade chili sauce.The Home Cooked Flavours of Hakka Noodles
When families walk into a Chinese restaurant in India they order dishes that bear no resemblance to anything they would find in mainland China. Over the years Indian-Chinese food has become a brand by itself, and it has gained so much in popularity that no matter where one goes in India it is possible to tuck into a tasty concoction of traditional noodles and fiery Indian flavours. The first Chinese arrived on the shores of Kolkata centuries ago.