Category: Main Courses

  • Hawaii-style salmon and rice

    Hawaii-style salmon and rice

    The Cuisine of Hawaii is a fusion of many foods brought by immigrants to the Hawaiian Islands, particularly of American, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Polynesian and Portuguese origins. If you never tried the Hawaii style food you gonna be amazed b the shire variety of colours, techniques and taste. As usual mixing different cuisines  from different parts […]

  • Chinese (Kung Fu) steamed fish

    Chinese Steamed Fish

    Chinese folks (like Jackie Chan,Jet Li etc.) believe that the best way to savor the sweetness of fresh fish is to do the least to it. A classic case of less is more. “7 minutes” is the magic number to cook the fish. Regardless of amount. You want it just flaking, and not tough. On […]

  • Bulgarian Cheese the Shopski Way

    Sirene po shopski

    Cheese the Shopski Way (Сирене по шопски) is one of the most traditional dishes in Bulgaria. It is simple, very tasty and its the perfect dish for the lovers of Feta cheese. On top of all that, it is very healthy and we would recommend it if you are on a weight loss diet. ‘Shopski’ […]

  • How To Cook Salmon

    Peter Bayless

    We are so happy to present Chef Peter Bayless, winner of BBC Masterchef 2006, who explains how to cook delicious salmon en papillote. Salmon often isn’t in the spotlight at Christmas time but it is a popular alternative to Turkey. The fillet of salmon is cooked on a bed of fennel, shallot, tomatoes, garnish and […]

  • Sunday Roast Chicken

    Sunday Roast Chicken

    I absolutely love my Sunday roast chicken. There is something so very comforting about roasting a chicken and even more so eating it. I have a few recipes I love but I’m always looking for a new one. So are most people from the number of different recipes you can find for how to do […]

  • Scallops, Prosciutto & Minted Pea Puree

    Scallops, Prosciutto & Minted Pea Puree

    I praise the day I discovered scallops. I can eat them with absolutely everything and absolutely every day. Let me introduce you to a very simple recipe with added the prosciutto for a little more flavour. This dish feels like a warm spring day – colours and flavours made for a light and delicious dinner. […]

  • Thai Shrimp Salad

    Thai Shrimp Salad

    It’s a good thing I’m showing you a salad today, because the rest of the week I’m pretty much blowing your diet. It’s going to be wonderful. See that greenish water in the noodles right below those words I just typed just 10 seconds ago? It’s green because it’s the same water I used to […]

  • Quick asian style shrimp saute

    Shrimp with Cucumber

    Shrimp is always a tasty treat in the summertime. Put it together with refreshing cucumber and you have a light, very quick dish. I guarantee you can make this dish at least twice in the time it takes for that Chinese delivery guy to show up. But this will be much fresher. Chinese food has actually been in America […]

  • Warm Halloumi, Tomato & Walnut Salad Recipe

    Halloumi cheese

    Halloumi cheese, the Greek non-melting cheese, is deliciously tangy and salty, and absolutely scrumptious when served warm. It’s best griddled or grilled, and when marinated it makes for an extremely tasty dish.     Halloumi cheese and tomatoes are a great match, and add a herby salad to the mix and you have a wonderful […]

  • Pinapple Shrimp

    Pinaple Shrimp

    Who loves shrimp, raise your hand? (I’m raising my hand.) Summer’s on its way (it is believe me), which means barbecues, company, good times… This recipe is so easy, and it’s one of those things that’s not dependent on precise quantities and measurements, or even ingredients. This time I decided on Brandied Pineapple Shrimp.  The […]