Dehli’s Tandoori Tradition
In last week's post we explored one of China's most renowned ways of preparing meat, Siu Mei, Char Siu style. What makes Char Siu so renowned, even if you haven't heard of it before, is that chances are you will have seen it in a dish prepared in your favourite Chinese restaurant
Jerk, not a bad word at all!
When it comes to Jerk, Jamaicans can be proud and hold their heads up high. For such a small island nation, their Jamaican Jerk style of seasoning and cooking has taken root in all corners of the globe, not to mention their rightful place on supermarket shelves!
Peking-Inspired Roast Duck
Duck was once reserved for special occasions and holidays but it's becoming more and more popular and that's not surprising considering how versatile and delicious it is. The trick with duck is cooking it and seasoning it properly which is quite easy to do provided you know how!
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Chicken pot pie; a taste of home!
Everything you need to know about making a homemade chicken pot pie, the perfect dish for whenever you long for hearty food and that homey feeling! Blog links to the recipe on the Fornetto website.
Appetisers for Easy Entertaining Part 1
Entertaining, no matter how involved or for which occasion it may be, need not be complicated and the recipes in this blog are easy to prepare and loaded with flavour.
Minced Meats Part 1; Stuffed Salisbury Steaks
In this blog you'll learn how to prepare the century-old dish created by Dr. Salisbury; the Salisbury Steak. Mine varies greatly to his as I stuff mine with a mix of caramelised onions, mushrooms, and bacon and serve them Stroganoff-style with brown gravy and mashed potatoes on the side.
Flammkuchen or Tarte Flambée
Pizzas have many different variations all over the world and in fact, just because the Italian version is the most common on an international scale, this doesn't mean that others are less flavourful or delicious and this is why we'll be looking at the Alsatian Flammekueche.
Dubrovnik, a Walled Treasure in the Land of the Dalmatians
This blog takes us to a gem of a city in the Adriatic, Dubrovnik, where I was this past July. I'm going to draw a picture during this blog that I hope will leave you yearning for our next post where I will show you how to prepare a traditional Croatian Peka.
Spain’s Iconic Paella
When one thinks of Spain, images of Flamenco dancers, castanets, toreadors and running bulls may come to mind. For foodies however, the images are probably far more geared toward rich and full-bodied wines, a cornucopia of tapas and of course, Spain's most renowned dish, Paella.
Salad Compilations Part 1
It's wonderful having a Fornetto and truth be told, you'll want to serve delicious things to accompany the masterpieces you'll cook in it. That's where this series of posts come in and why this is the first entry under the title of "Salad Compilations".