Recipes for weeks you want to eat all year long.
This is the season of the year when we’re all looking for recipes to decorate the holiday table. The best recipes are not necessarily the most luxurious and complex to prepare. Sometimes it is simple and delicious dishes that will make your holiday. Here are five winning recipes for simple dishes you’ll want to add to your family’s menu all year round.
Sweet Potato and Potato Pie:
Part of a wide range of Pentecost recipes It also includes pancakes, as no dairy meal is complete without a pancake. This is a quick and easy to make pancake recipe that tastes great.
Slice the sweet potatoes and yams, mix with salt, pepper, and nutmeg, and cook with milk and cream. Let the side cool down. Meanwhile, mix cheese, eggs, crushed garlic and flour in a bowl, and add the potatoes and sweet potatoes we cooked. Stir gently so as not to spoil the beautiful shape of the vegetables.
Pour the mixture into an oiled frying pan and sprinkle the cornmeal over it. Bake for 45 minutes until the pie is golden and the kitchen is full of great flavors.
Quick preparation of beets:
This is a beautiful dish that adds stunning color to your holiday table. It is impressive, easy to prepare and also suitable for vegetarians and gluten-avoiding people.
To make the carpaccio, we cook some beets (you can also use cooked beets you bought!) and cut them into thin slices. Arrange them on a plate in a circular motion.
Just before serving, squeeze lemon juice over the dish and add olive oil, black pepper and Himalayan salt. Then sprinkle with chopped chives, Bulgarian cheese and crumbled walnuts. You can play with the topping as you wish: for example, you can replace the cheese with any hard cheese you like, choose other nuts, put watercress or basil leaves in place of the chives and even add small pieces of fresh fruit.
Borax is a perfect entree, especially when it comes to a dairy meal. Here’s a cool twist, too: Instead of the usual puff pastry, this borax has crazy homemade pretzel dough.
We will begin to prepare the dough: we knead the flour, water yeast and sugar until we get a uniform and elastic dough. Let it swell in a covered bowl for an hour and a half. In the meantime, we prepare the filling: we mix Bulgarian cheese, ricotta cheese and grated Parmesan cheese (feel free to play with the composition of the filling as you like).
When the dough is ready, roll it into a rectangle and cut it into strips, and then into squares. Place a tablespoon of the filling in the center of each square and gently fold the dough into a triangle. We put borax in boiling water with baking soda for a few minutes, then cover with sesame seeds and eggs – and put in the oven.
The borax comes out after about 20 golden minutes and leaves with an amazing scent. It can be served with a salad, a boiled egg, sauerkraut, or as a snack like this without anything.
Goat Cheese and Cherry Quiche:
Quiche with a crunchy base and a smooth, rich filling, full of flavors and aromas. It takes a little longer to prepare – but it’s totally worth it. Once you taste it, you won’t want to make any other quiche.
We’ll start by roasting half of a cherry tomato with olive oil and coarse salt. In the meantime we will make the crunchy dough. In a food processor (or by hand) knead the flour, olive oil, cold butter, salt and sugar. Add tomato paste to the mixture for a refreshing touch. Flatten the dough in an oiled frying pan, pierce with a fork and transfer to the freezer for a few minutes. Then we put the mold in the oven for short baking.
We proceed to the filling: we will take a roll of goat cheese and cut out round slices, which we will arrange on the base of the pie. Mix the roasted tomatoes with basil and garlic and spread the mixture on the base as well. Pour the cream with eggs and pour the dough over the filling. From above we will decorate the pie we got with slices of cheese and other grilled tomatoes.
Place in the oven until the tap is golden, firm and tempting. It should be served hot straight from the oven, with the aromas of roasting and baking that accompany us all the way to the table.
A perfect addition to a dairy meal, it’s easy to prepare and festive enough for the holiday table. It’s loved by kids and adults alike, and once you’ve tasted it once – you won’t want to say goodbye to it all year round.
Cut the potatoes into slices, and cook them with milk, salt, pepper and nutmeg. We add sweet cream and grated cheese, which we like. Transfer the mixture to a skillet and sprinkle more cheese and butter cubes over it. Bake the dish until it turns golden and you will eat it with pleasure as long as it is hot. Health and wellness!