I had a salad in one of the hostels I stayed at in Guatemala which was owned by Israeli guys, and they had a chopped salad on their menu that tasted so fresh and I absolutely loved it. I had completely forgotten about it until a few weeks ago and I decide to search for ‘Israeli Salad’ on Pinterest.
Let’s be clear, I am in no way pretending that this is going to taste like spaghetti or any type of pasta for that matter, and I wasn’t intending on creating a substitute when making this recipe. If anything this dish would fall more appropriately into the salad category. Continue reading “Sun-dried Tomato Pesto Zucchini Noodles”
I really wish I had an exciting story to tell about this salad but the truth is, this is a pretty classic Tuna Nicoise. I did make a few changes but the essence of the traditional French salad remained 😉 I used asparagus instead Continue reading “Ahi Tuna Nicoise Salad”
Indian butter chicken, one of my all time favourites. This is definitely one dish I’ve tried making at least 10 different ways. That’s the thing with curries; unless you follow a specific recipe and portion every ingredient and each spice to a T, you will get a slightly different result each time. Continue reading “Indian Butter Chicken”
Chimichuri is the perfect sauce to serve with your steak, lamb or even pork. I served this with a rack of lamb and it was delicious! I made this one with mint as it pairs well with lamb but you can use any fresh herb of your choice. Basil, cilantro, oregano, just experiment and find your favourite!
Don’t you love it when you can pretend to be a chef for one night and make something really high-end and fancy but yet is super easy to execute?
A rack of lamb is the perfect example of that. That is the beauty of a really good cut of meat, it doesn’t need to marinate or simmer for hours, nor does it require a ton of sauce, it’s just good on it’s own. Continue reading “Rack of Lamb with Mint Chimichuri”