Crispy fried cod fillets in a bun with your favorite toppings and homemade tartar sauce for an easy, healthy and delicious dinner!
This fried fish sandwich is so easy and quick to make, perfect for weekday dinners, top it with lettuce, tomato, cole slaw, onions, etc. Serve with chips or French fries.
Put this roast duck breasts with mushroom sauce on your Christmas menu, it can be pre-cooked the previous day and finished off on D-day. It consists in two skinless duck breasts wrapped together in bacon and served with a mix of chanterelle and oyster mushrooms in a creamy Cognac sauce, super tender, flavorful and delicious! A recipe for entertaining!
This recipe serves two to three people depending on the weight of your duck breasts, the duck roast is pan roasted, make as many roasts as needed. You can prepare the duck roasts a day ahead and roast them on D-day.
This potato bread really is the best bread for toast and by far my favorite at the moment! I like to cut it in thick slices and once toasted, I just love the contrast between its crisp crust and soft crumb!
This bread is delicious at all times whether with butter and jam or as a sandwich with any savory topping.
Braised osso buco with orange gremolata is a classic Italian dish made of veal shanks slow cooked for about 90 minutes in garlicky tomato sauce. I like to flavor it with orange gremolata which is a mix of parsley, orange zest and garlic, it is a wonderful burst of flavors and refreshing contrast to the hot tomato sauce. My favorite side dishes with osso buco are either polenta or any hollow pasta that fills with the delicious sauce like rigatoni, penne or best of all bucatini!
This salmon lasagna with spinach is so tasty and comforting, perfect for weekday meals. 2 layers of fresh salmon and spinach covered in a delicious bechamel sauce and baked 35 minutes, delicious!
There is nothing difficult in this delicious salmon lasagna recipe, you just need to make a tasty white sauce.