Have you ever wanted to learn how to make authentic French hot chocolate? Well, you can start with our easy recipe. With a rich and thick texture and a decadently chocolate flavor. And of course, it's all topped off with freshly whipped cream. It's just like you'd find in a cafe in Paris.
Misir wot is a classic Ethiopian dish that is both tasty and healthy. Consisting of red lentils, onions, and a special spice mix called berbere. All are cooked low and slow until the lentils are nice and tender. It is a naturally vegan dish, making it great for meatless Mondays.
Keep yourself comforted this winter with our recipe for homemade cream of mushroom soup. Made with a combination of mushrooms, for different tastes and textures. And a rich and creamy broth. It is great all by itself or even used in recipes with chicken.
There's no better dessert to make during the winter months than this delicious peppermint white chocolate cheesecake. It only requires a few simple ingredients to make. And is perfectly balanced with refreshing peppermint and rich white chocolate flavor. But best of all it's a no bake cheesecake, meaning it's super easy to make. So make sure to add this one to your winter recipes.
Step up your steak game with some delicious steak au poivre. A classic French dish that everyone should know how to make. It consists of pan-fried steak encrusted with a good amount of black pepper so that it has a rich and crisp crust. Then a pan sauce is made from the fond along with shallots, cognac, butter, beef stock, and green peppercorns. It's great with a side of pomme frites (french fries) to sop up all of that delicious sauce.
Fill yourself up this winter with some comforting broccoli cheddar soup. With hearty chunks of broccoli and other vegetables. Cooked until tender in a thick & creamy broth. All are flavored with a generous amount of shredded cheddar cheese. It's great with some crunchy bread to dip into the cheesy soup.
A hearty bowl of Hungarian goulash is perfect for a cold winter night. With tender chunks of lean beef. Along with a mixture of potatoes, carrots, and a few other vegetables. All cooked low and slow in a broth flavored with a generous amount of paprika. Not only does it taste amazing, but it's guaranteed to comfort you.
American goulash is a classic comfort food dish that is perfect for a chilly evening. It consists of a hearty mixture of macaroni noodles, and ground beef. All cooked in a seasoned tomato sauce until thick, rich, and tender. It is great as a meal all by itself but even better with some crunchy bread.
Keep yourself warm & comfortable with a nice bowl of chicken & dumplings this winter. Made with a hearty mixture of chicken, onion, carrots, and celery. All are cooked in a thick and rich chicken and herb broth. And of course, it features the piece de resistance, light, and fluffy dumplings! Trust me you are going to want to make this dish.
Nothing is more comforting than some baked mac & cheese right out of the oven. And with our recipe, you can easily make it at home. With a homemade cheese sauce thickened with a roux. And since you're making it you can use any combination of cheese you like. Plus I think you'll love our unique topping (crispy onions) that gives a fantastic flavor and twist to this great dish.
Vegetable yakisoba is a great winter dish that is both delicious and healthy. It is made with fresh yakisoba noodles, though really any type of noodles will work as well. And includes a myriad of crunchy vegetables. All of which is cooked and coated in a sweet and savory sauce that everyone will enjoy!
Cranberry mimosas are the perfect holiday twist on a classic party cocktail. The combination of cranberry juice and orange juice creates a bright flavor that is both tart and sweet. And feel free to use whatever sparkling wine you like (champagne, prosecco, cava).
Orecchiette with sausage & broccoli rabe is a classic Italian pasta dish that everyone will love. The base of the sauce consists of browning up crumbled sausage and chopped broccoli rabe in a pan. This is also flavored with a heavy amount of olive oil, garlic, and crushed red pepper. Then the cooked orecchiette is added to the pan along with some of the pasta water to make the sauce. Finally, some finely shredded cheese is mixed in to add a salty and savory taste.
There's no easier, or tastier way to prepare trout than by pan-frying them. Our recipe starts with a simple spice rub made from salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and smoked paprika. The rubbed trout fillets are then lightly dredged in flour that will form a nice little crust once cooked. Finally, the trout fillets are pan-fried in a bit of oil and butter until golden brown and crispy. It is full of flavor and great with a fresh squeeze of lemon juice over top.
Parsley potatoes are a delicious and easy to make side dish that goes great with any meal. It all starts by boiling baby potatoes until they are nice and tender. Then you drain the potatoes and return them to the same pot with a good amount of butter, salt, pepper, and chopped parsley leaves. Shake this pot around until the potatoes slightly mash, and the parsley butter sauce coats and infuse into the potatoes. It's really that simple, and yet so comforting!
Winter is a time for making soups with homemade stock. And one type of stock you probably didn't know you could make is shrimp stock. It's great with all sorts of seafood-based dishes. And it's so easy to make! All you need is some leftover shrimp shells, a few chopped-up vegetables, and a bit of herbs and spices. Just stick them in a pot and simmer for 40 minutes until you get all of that delicious flavor!
There are few sweets better than this turtle swirl cheesecake. It's just like a classic cheesecake with a graham cracker crust, and a filling made from cream cheese, sugar, and eggs. But to make a rich amount of chocolate is swirled into the cake before baking. Finish making it "turtle" by drenching it in caramel sauce and a few chopped pecans.
Make delicious chicken teriyaki at home with our easy recipe. It all starts with a homemade sauce made form soy sayce, sake, mirin, and some minced ginger. Let the chicken marinade in this sauce and then pan sear them until nicely charred. Then add th erisidual sauce to the pan so that it thickens up and coates that chicken. Serve it over some rice with and side salad for a healthy and filling meal.
Black eyed peas are a traditional New Years dish for many people in the South. And making them at home is actually fairly easy. It all starts with some dried black eyed peas. These are added to a pot along with smoked meat, onion, garlic, and a few seasoning. All of which is simmered low and slow until the peas are nice and tender. And while it's a simple dish it's full of flavor and makes a great side.