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Everyday and Special Occasions Homemade Meals

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  • Baked Cod, Curry Lemon Sauce

    Baked cod with mixed vegetables in a light curry and lemon sauce, delicious!

    Cod is an awesome fish, it has a mild flavor, a firm flesh and can be cooked a thousand delicious ways.

  • Baked Cod, Light Tomato Sauce, Sautéed Vegetables

    Baked cod in a light tomato sauce with mixed sauteed vegetables, delicious!

    Cod is an awesome fish, it has a mild flavor, firm flesh and can be cooked a thousand delicious ways.

  • Baked Salmon, Sauteed Vegetables

    Baked Salmon, sauteed vegetables in a creamy sauce, delicious!

    I don’t know anybody who doesn’t like salmon, do you? Such a delicious fish and so many delicious recipes.

  • Breaded Whiting Fillets

    Breaded whiting filet, such a delicious fish!

    This simple whiting recipe is perfect for a weeknight dinner. If you have leftovers, you can serve them cold.

  • Chicken and Cauliflower salad

    Chicken and cauliflower salad, a spicy and delicious mixed salad, as well as healthy and low calories!

    This is a quickly made salad, comforting and filling, a one bowl dish, very handy for weekday dinners. Here, I made my salad from scratch, but of course you can make it with leftover chicken, or replace chicken by tuna, or you can cook your cauliflower ahead, although cauliflower cooks only about 10 to 12 minutes, which is quite quick.

  • Chicken Chop Suey

    Chicken chop suey, spicy chicken and vegetable stir-fry, so delicious!

    Chop suey is a quick stir fry of assorted vegetables and meat or tofu. It’s a delicious and versatile dish, budget friendly, you can make it with whatever vegetables you have on hand, pepper, cabbage, etc. It can also be made with pork, beef, duck or tofu.

  • Chicken Curry Coconut Stir Fry

    Chicken curry coconut stir fry with shiitake mushrooms and fresh ginger, so delicious!

    Here’s a recipe for a quick and simple chicken stir fry with a delicious yellow curry coconut milk sauce.

  • Chicken Teriyaki

    Chicken Teriyaki with homemade thick Teriyaki sauce, so delicious!

    Here’s a recipe a quick and simple recipe for chicken thighs Teriyaki with my homemade thick Teriyaki sauce.

  • Curry and Ginger Pumpkin soup

    Curry and ginger pumpkin soup, delicious!

    This is a velvety and thick soup, so simple and quick to do, only one word describes it: superlicious! No matter how much of it you do, there’s never enough.

    There is a lot of different recipes, today: ginger and curry

  • Duck Breasts – Porcini Sauce

    Savory duck breasts with a porcini sauce, sundried tomatoes and tarragon, heavenly!

    You will soon notice that I cook almost everything with olive oil, that’s because I am crazy for olive oil, always looking for the best one, one for cooking and another one for salads. Obviously, if you do not like olive oil as much as I do, feel free to use the vegetable oil of your choice.

  • Dutch Oven Chicken Stroganoff

    Skinless, boneless chicken upper thighs with a creamy delicious paprika and porcini sauce, delicious!

    I love chicken any way and with any sauce but with this deliciously hot and spiced paprika sauce, I just can’t resist…

  • Easy Fish and Chips

    Easy fish and chips, delicious!

    Here’s a very easy and traditional recipe for Fish and Chips, a delicious quick lunch or a quick snack.

  • Easy Lo Mein (Beef Meatballs and Fried Noodles)

    Easy Lo Mein, beef meatballs and noodles, vegetables, hot, spicy and delicious!

    A delicious and housewife friendly dish, as it can be made with everything left in our fridges.

  • Fillet of Hake with an Olive Crust

    Fillet of hake with an olive crust, a delicious mediterranean way of serving fish.

    Hake is particularly appreciated in my family: it is a white fish with a firm and meaty flesh, not fat, not oily and its flavor is delicate. Hake can be cooked in an infinity of ways, from sweet and sour, curry sauces, with tomato sauce, etc.

    I find that hake is very similar to cod, but more refined. For example, if I were to cook fish balls, I would do them with cod not hake. Another advantage is that hake tends to be cheaper than cod.

  • Green Cabbage and Beef Meatballs

    Green cabbage and beef meatballs crockpot with red bell peppers, delicious and comforting!

    Over the years, I have become a great fan of cabbage, it’s quickly prepared and cooked, mixes well with other vegetables, I very much like to mix it with carrots or peppers, it makes awesome broths, plus it is good for the health.

  • Grilled Monkfish Tail with Orange Sauce

    Grilled monkfish tail with orange sauce, delicous!

    Monkfish tail is a very delicately flavored kind of fish with a flesh of firm texture, that may recall that of lobster’s, although, of course, it is cheaper.

    Monkfish makes for refined meals for your guests and there are numerous sauces, even ones that you would make with veal, that could compliment monkfish.

  • Italian Sausage Meatballs Salad

    Italian sausage meatballs salad, fresh and delicious!

    I like these Italian sausages so much, they are spicy and flavorful, they can be added in various dishes where they become the star ingredient.

  • Lamb Fillet with Aniseed Sauce

    Lamb fillet, aniseed sauce with a dash of Pastis51 or Pernod alcohol (an aniseed alcohol), mushrooms and tarragon, delicious.

    Lamb fillet is very well suited for anise flavor; in this sauce, the anise flavor is brought by replacing white wine by Pastis (an aniseed alcohol, not liqueur) and tarragon, which has a remote aniseed flavor.

    This dish can be served with polenta, potato purée, and zucchinis for example.

  • Lemony Pork Tenderloin

    Lemony pork tenderloin, so flavorful!

    Pork tenderloin with a lemon sauce, artichoke bottoms, tomatoes and a few basil biscuits, delicious!

  • Linguine, Shrimps and Asparagus, Creamy Sauce

    Linguine, shrimp scampi, green asparagus, mushrooms, in a creamy white wine sauce, delicious!

    A very flavorful dish, shrimps and green asparagus pair wonderfully and linguine seems just the right size pasta for this dish.