These are little cheese puff triangles, this size is excellent for an appetizer, for dinner entree, use full sheet of phyllo and make larger. Tiropetes can be frozen,uncooked, layered with wax paper. They can be baked right out of the freezer. Posting for ZWT II Greece
Taken from a cookbook my late DM purchased at the Sacramento Greek Festival, prepared by members of the Greek Orthodox Church here.
I got this recipe from Bon Appetite. It is really a terrific desert and pretty easy. I get tons of compliments every time I make it. If you can't find pre-made creme fraiche at your local grocery store you can make your own the day before (see directions below), ...tons of other creme fraiche recipes on Zaar. Check the tart as it cooks, if the top starts to brown too much, place a tin foil tent over tart. Be careful not to let the foil touch the tart custard, it ruins the look of the baked custard.
This is the most awesome pork tenderlion ever!! It is from Bon Appetit and is a very poplular "internet recipe"...(I can't believe no one has posted it here yet!) Posting this for ZWT II, Jamaica! The whole recipe includes the pork and salad, which is a lovely salad, but after making it the first time, I usually just make the pork and skip the salad.
This is a classy yet simple soup from France. I have made mussel soup before but this is the best recipe. Make sure you have the freshest mussels!! Serve with a good loaf of crusty bread to soak up all the wonderful broth! To make this into an entrée add 1/2 pound of cooked pasta, such as penne. Add the pasta to the soup just before serving. This is from Mark Bittman.
I would rather have a plate of this over spaghetti any day. In the absence of a tomato sauce... the flavors really stand out. This dish originated in the red light districts of Italy when the ladies of the night needed a quick and cheap meal after a long nights work "at the office."
This is from Pampered Chef. I recently attended an "It's A Wrap" party through them and got the recipe for this. We like it without the meat, but you can be the judge of whether you add it in or not. ZWT West region.
This recipe is from chef Matthew Moran of Moran's Restaurant and Cafe in Sydney. He recommends when buying the beef, choose thick sirloin steaks, grain-fed preferably, and that they be brought to room temperature before cooking
Posted for the Zaar World Tour-Germany.
This recipe is from my German great-grandmother. I took these to my son's school for "Heritage Day" when he was young. The other students/parents were a little "apprehensive" to try them when they were told these rolls had pickles, onions, and mustard in them. Needless to say, they were a big hit and I didn't bring any leftovers home.