Grape and wild rice casserole is a delicious and festive dish that will add a touch of elegance to your table. This recipe is perfect for a holiday gathering. It is simple to make and is sure to please a crowd.
Dishes that require a moderate amount of skill, not for beginners, but still manageable for the home cook.
Skewers of ox heart meat marinated in vinegar and spices, cooked on the grill. The most popular anticuchos are those made with beef heart.
The pork meat larded with raw shrimp and braised in wine has an exquisite flavor, reminding of Chinese food, and it may easily become one of the party favorite dishes.
It is a sweet made cooking guavas with sugar. It reminds of quince paste and it is used in a similar way, but guava paste is also used in many recipes.
The trick to this moreish dessert is refrigerating the cake before baking, or nearly freezing them, so the crust becomes done while the interior becomes liquid.
A hearty filling of cooked vegetables, cheese or meat wrapped in shortcrust pastry.
Calling flan a caramel custard is to do it an injustice. No mere pudding, this traditional Spanish dessert is the crème de la crème of sweets. Of course, not surprisingly, there are a hundred and one variations on the basic recipe. But sometimes the original is so much more than one can expect, to alter it is to approach cooking blasphemy.
Savory croûtes are ideal for lunch or supper.
A special cake for Easter in the shape of a hat.
A tasty recipe idea that helps to stretch the budget while keeping diners satisfied. This recipe has the added benefit that can be prepared with ingredients usually already in the pantry or freezer.