Takes only a few minutes to make, tastes like from a five star French kitchen. Don't be put off by the lettuce bit. It is unbelieavably good. You will want this at least once a month if you try it. From Jamie Oliver.
Tequila, strawberries, kiwi and pineapple come together to make a very refreshing summer drink. We used this at the Mexican bar where I worked to make regular margaritas, or served it on the rocks. It needs a couple weeks for peak flavor, but a few days is ok in a pinch.
Wine, sprite, lime juice, fresh herbs, garlic and a bit of olive oil come together in less than five minutes, and make a very nice marinade for chicken. Would probably do well on pork too, though I have only done it with chicken.
Slow roasted Boston Butt, or pork shoulder with achiote marinade. The best pork I have ever made. Don't let the long list of ingredients scare you, it is quite easy to make. My old friend's mom who was from Mexico gave me this recipe, and I can't keep it to meself!
From the famous German chef, Tim Melzer.
Beef sauteed with chiles, and served over a bed of romaine lettuce, topped with fresh basil, mint and coriander with a fresh lime vinaigrette drizzled all over it. YUM. You can throw this together in less than fifteen minutes!
NOTE: This is spicy, if you don't like spicy, omit the chiles. Also, if you are averse to cilantro, just use basil, and mint.
Tomatoes, feta cheese, fresh spinach, fresh herbs and parmesan, mixed with a fresh lime/oil dressing make these stuffed tomatoes a really good summer snack or side dish. Sometimes we make it a meal with fresh baked baguettes and herbed butter.
Tim Melzer's recipe. This recipe is normally made in a skillet, this one is baked. Good for leftover potatoes as the potatoes in this recipe MUST be cooked the day before for the right consistency. Fantastic for brunch!
Very fast, very easy, super tasty spaghetti recipe. I got this from Diana Kennedy, and tweaked it a bit. But the base recipe is the same. It is a regular on our menu when we both come home late from work and want something hearty.
Fresh asparagus, ham, and cheese, rolled up in lasagna noodles, and smothered with béchamel sauce, and baked in the oven with parmesan on top. Unresistable! Very simple to make too.
Be sure to use fresh asparagus, canned or frozen just won't cut it here.
Jamie Oliver. Need I say more? This pasta will also please the ladies! We make this at least every other week now, it is that darn good. As Jamie says, "Remember to buy the best sausages you can afford, if you get cheap, dodgy sausages, it just won't work." Note: Don't use precooked sausage for this recipe, it must be raw.
From an Indian chef in Hamburg. All I can say is Awesome! We have made this multiple times and each time we love it more and more. The combination sounds a bit odd at first, but if you like Indian food at all, you will love this recipe.