Everyone knows by now how much I hate Edith Gump but love her cooking. I only pretend to like her and take her phone calls so she will share her delicious recipes. This onion soup is ambrosia in a bowl.
Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-Syria.
From "The Best of International Cooking" cookbook. Even though the title says that this is a salad, it is actually a dessert. If you prefer a less sweet dessert, add the juice of one lemon. I haven't made this recipe, but I love dried fruit and nuts and this sounds delicious. Note: prep time does NOT include refrigeration time, so be sure to allow extra time for required refrigeration.
Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-Canada.
Recipe is from allrecipes.com website. This bread uses cracked rye and white flour instead of rye flour. Note: prep time is approximate as the "dough" cycle on different bread machines may vary.
A light and easy to make summer fish recipe. You can use any white and firm fish fillets (e.g. cat fish, swordfish). This dish is made by a wonderful cold and fruity raspberry vinaigrette. Your guests will be surprised by this combination of fruity, spicy notes and fish flavours. Serve with a green salad and white bread.
A wonderful fruity beverage based on an easy to make peach puree. The Lassi is spiced by a hint of Cayenne. You can vary the amount of peach puree and Lassi mixture to have a more thinner Lassi styled beverage or thicker to have a more peachy refresher. Refreshing on a summer afternoon as a beverage or after a dinner as a dessert of a different kind. You can make the peach puree in advance, but "hide" it in the fridge, because if someone will find it, it will be gone before you can use in this Lassi.