In December we were in Washington, D.C. and had a wonderful beet salad at a little bistro. This recipe is as close as it gets to replicating that experience. Roasting the beets really brings out the sweetness, lightly drizzled with the dressing, sprinkled withe feta and toasted walnuts for an elegant dining experience. Hope you enjoy.
This is a Caribbean vegetarian soup recipe that I found on the recipesources.com website. It's quite different than the other recipes with similar titles that are already posted to this site. Calabaza is a tropical squash with a slightly sweet flavor and firm texture, similar to the taste and texture of butternut or acorn squash.
Smørrebrød - Open-Faced Sandwiches From Best of Scandinavian Cooking. Posted for ZWT6.
To make smorrebrod, cut crusts from slices of pumpernickel or rye bread, but not French bread, when using them for a base. Be careful to spread soft butter entirely over the piece of bread you use. This keeps moist ingredients from seeping through and making the bread soggy.
Ingredients should be artfully arranged. Sandwith will be eaten with a knife and fork.
This is the most delicious appetizer! Don't be wary of the ingredients, the outcome is fabulous. My neighbor gave me this savory cheesecake recipe. The flavors are amazing and it goes well served with crackers and a bunch of grapes on the side. This is an elegant appetizer, especially if you're looking for something out of the ordinary.
The Jun-Aug Icelandic fishing season begins in a few dys & this versatile recipe by Dumont Monte from his cookbook simply titled *Salmon* will be among the 1st I try when our supply of smoked salmon is replenished in our freezer. While not a burger in the traditional sense as it is not cooked -- it is definitely an easy-fix that is ideal for light lunch fare & is ingredient-friendly for a to-go occasion, camping or fishing trip + cold food patio party. As written, the recipe gives both metric + US measurements & I entered it that way as well. (This is a *No Cook* recipe, but 15 min was allowed for ingredient prep & 5 min for assembly) *Enjoy* !
When I turned the pg of *Cool Cuisine* (Traditional Icelandic Cuisine) by Nanna Rognvaldardottir & read this recipe, it made me so hungry that I went straight to my kitchen for some food! Per her intro, "This is a luxurious dish! Altho langostines, prawns & other crustaceans now enjoy great popularity in Iceland, this has not always been the case. They were not commonly eaten a few decades ago, but Icelanders discovered these delicacies in a big way in the 1970s & have been making up for their earlier neglect ever since." This recipe has me thinking I should join their mission for our next spec occasion! (Time does not include the 30 min refrigeration time) *Enjoy* !
This is a Weight Watchers recipe with only 1 point. The recipe calls for fresh horseradish, so if you are using prepared, you may want to use less of the vinegar to maintain the flavor and consistency.