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This is one of my favorite dishes as it’s very simple to make and yields incredible flavor. You can omit the cashews and even add another diced vegetable such broccoli with great results! You may use a wok, a large skillet or large sauce pan. You may serve with rice and/or in a lettuce leaf for presentation.
This is what happens when a pavlova meets a key lime pie in the freezer! This delicious dessert is simple, refreshing and out of this world delicious!
Because these traditional meatballs – polpette – are bite size, they complement the tagliatelle well and don’t overpower the dish. There are a few steps involved but the process is easy, and the result is well worth the extra effort.
Using my classic Italian pesto sauce and just two extra ingredients, you can whip up a tasty pasta salad that can be served hot or cold.
This simple yet delicious bread is great for breakfast, a snack or dessert! Because of the Nutella hazelnut spread, there’s a hint of brownie flavor, yet it isn’t too sweet. It’s simple to make and even better to eat!
This is a delicious winter soup, made even more tasty with a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese and homemade croutons.
Every time I make these brownies people as for more! They are out of this world amazing – a fudgy brownie with a delicate chocolate frosting.
This is a classic Japanese fish marinade that is quick and simple to make. The miso lends a bit of sweetness to complement the buttery taste of the black cod.
These authentic Mexican tacos require a few steps, but the process is simple and worth the effort! The pork tenderloin makes for a tasty, tender filling combined with the sautéed onions and fresh cilantro.
This is one of my favorite recipes that I learned from my Italian cousin in Milan. One evening she made this dish, and I begged her for the recipe. It’s an authentic Italian dish, using just a few ingredients to create an incredible flavor.
I first tasted this delicious warm beverage years ago in Munich at a Christmas Market. It’s a traditional winter drink that originated in the 2nd century when Romans drank it to protect themselves against the cold winter. The drink was introduced throughout Europe as the Romans conquered much of the continent over the next hundred years.
This is a hearty soup with a little kick, perfect for cooler weather. This can easily be made in under 20 minutes with just a few ingredients.
The best pancakes you’ll ever make!
This classic Swiss meringue frosting is simple and quick! Using just a few ingredients, you can whip up a delicious topping that pairs really well with a light sponge or angel food cake.
These little cookies will leave people marveling at your creative talent – when really, they’re a cinch to make! They’re no-bake, and all you need are a few ingredients and a steady hand.