Nut-Free Keto Snowball Cookies

Don’t You Just Love Those New Burger Sliders and Mini Sandwiches? Here Are Some Great Ideas

Here are three new sandwich sliders that will be excellent for entertaining or to bring to the next pot luck. Bonus! they are quick and easy to fix too. Use these secrets to make them even easier and quicker to prepare.

Secret Cajun Dry Rub Recipe

I came upon a chef from New Orleans who had been known for his famous Cajun Dry Rub. This recipe was so popular that he kept the original recipe in a safe deposit box at his local bank.

Diet Cookie Paradise: Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Cookies

Diet cookie, you say? Can there be such a thing? Absolutely! These scrumptious Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Cookies have no added sugar, reduced fat, and plenty of healthy dietary fiber. They weigh in around 110 calories each, which is a mere trifle when compared with most cookies you can make or purchase. The best part is their taste – the sweet, rich flavors of peanut butter and maple syrup mingle with banana and raisins for a diet cookie you simply can’t beat.

Asparagus With Dijon-Lemon Sauce

When it comes to eating, I love variety and creativity. And, I don’t know about you, but asparagus has always been a challenge to me. This recipe adds plenty of interest to this vegetable, along with plenty of taste and plating appeal.

5 Things to Do With a Can of Tuna

A can of Tuna is one of the most versatile foods you can find in your supermarket. You can use it in a salad, sandwich or casserole. It has natural oils that are good for our hearts, vitamins for our bones and flavors that entice us to want to find more ways to use it.

Elegant Port Wine Mushroom Sauce

If you’re looking for an elegant addition to your dinner menu, try this easy recipe for port wine and mushroom sauce. It adds a savory, sophisticated flavor to beef steaks, and is just as delicious ladled over pastas or vegetable sides like asparagus, broccoli, or artichokes. You can use any type of mushroom you wish, or combine a few varieties for a gourmet touch.

Soymilk Ice Cream Favorite: Classic Diner Banana Split

Soymilk ice cream is an excellent alternative to regular dairy ice cream. If you’re vegan or have a dairy allergy, enjoying delicious ice cream treats may seem out of the question. But don’t despair – soymilk ice cream tastes every bit as good as dairy ice cream. It’s available in many grocery stores and supermarkets, and comes in a wide variety of flavors.

How To Prepare A Warming Winter Drink From Orchid Bulbs

We’ve been living the last days of Winter in Turkey. Before it leaves us totally, it is a must for me to tell you about one of the most popular hot drinks of us: Salep! On cold days of Winter, if I’m outside, the only thing I imagine is to have a cup of salep at home. It warms both your hands (while holding the cup) and your body. I love its aromatic scent spreading inside the home while cooking it.

Organic Banana Cranberry Oatmeal Muffins

This is a very simple recipe for an organic banana oatmeal muffin. I added fresh chopped cranberries and ground ginger to spice up the muffins.

Recipes With Pasta

Who doesn’t love a good dish of pasta? I know I do. That is what is bringing me to write this article.

Masala Curry Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian

Indian Food is very interesting and sophisticated food worldwide. The Indian cuisine is classified into four categories; North Indian, East Indian, South Indian and West Indian cuisines. Indian recipes are always involved with some spices and herbs in order to enhance flavor during preparation.

Indian Recipes Becoming More Popular

Every country has the own special cuisine, and Indian cuisine is becoming more popular nowadays. In every Indian restaurant all over the world, the number of people who visited there in a day is increasing. They not only visit the Indian restaurant but they want to taste their highly proud Indian recipes.

Tomato Soup

How to make possibly the best soup in the world – tomato soup. Recipe serves 2 – 3 people.

Leek and Potato Soup

Celery soup (serves 2 – 3). This is a very versatile soup, with quite a delicate flavour. It doesn’t have a particularly strong celery taste, so if you don’t actually like celery, but have some left over, this can be a good way to use it up. If it is your first time making the soup, don’t be off put by the colour.

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