A lot of our food is cooked in the oven, which means it sits out on the counter for days. When this happens, it can be a little daunting to figure out why we didn’t make it last night, or why we ate so much. So, I decided to use what I learned as a chef, and try to figure out what kind of dishes would be best to use what I have on hand.
For this project, I used several recipes from my favorite cookbooks to make Russian appetizers. I made a salad with spinach, cucumbers, and roasted peppers, and I paired it with a Russian dressing. The result was a nice and refreshing dish that can be a healthy accompaniment to a rich meal.
I would recommend trying new recipes regularly. You can easily create new dishes with a few different ingredients. The best thing about this recipe is that you can create a variety of appetizers based on whatever you have on hand that you want to add to the recipe. And since I was working with what I had, it meant I could make some really nice appetizers.
This is the kind of dish that you can do on the fly. You can literally just make it and have it ready in about 30 minutes. There are many ingredients in this recipe that are easily available in your local market and will make for a great appetizer. I used Russian sweetbread, beef shank, and sauerkraut. You can also use a variety of different veggies in this recipe like carrots, peas, and cucumbers.
If you have any questions about this recipe, or would like to suggest any other interesting flavors, feel free to leave a comment. I have a ton of recipes that I get requests for and I will be adding a couple more shortly. Next recipe: Sausage and Peppers.
This is a great recipe for vegetarians. You can also use chicken breasts and/or turkey breast meat.
I have a recipe for chicken shanks that I will be sharing soon. This is a great recipe if you want to use whatever meat you want.
With the holidays fast approaching and with the season coming up, many people are turning to foods that are traditionally associated with the holidays. I love and enjoy the traditional Thanksgiving turkey, but I also like to make my own holiday meals. This time of year, I can’t help but wonder about how to go about it. Thanksgiving is a time when families are supposed to gather together and enjoy a meal of turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy, and the sweet smell of stuffing.
A traditional Thanksgiving meal is, quite simply, a time to relax and unwind. The holiday season is a time to celebrate the joy of the harvest, the excitement of being a part of the extended family, and the anticipation of the festivities to come. It is also a time to eat and drink and relax and spend time with family and friends.
The problem is that there are so many different kinds of Thanksgiving dishes and foods that it is nearly impossible to choose one that is right for every family. In reality, most of us have more than one type of dish during the holiday season, and the ones that we do choose are inevitably not the ones traditionalists would want.