A crispy, spicy alternative to french fries, perfect as a side dish to meat or poultry.
Baba Ghanoush is a popular Levantine appetizer of puréed roasted aubergine mixed with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, and various spices. Some recipes also include freshly minced garlic. I decided to skip the garlic, but free to add some if you prefer.
Serve it with grilled meats or as an antipasto with crispy white bread.
Yes, I admit, rinsing the spinach is a bit time consuming, but once that part is done it takes only a few minutes to make this flavorful, Mediterranean dish.
Like every Moroccan dish, this salad offers an explosion of flavors and colors. Light and fresh tasting, yet perfectly satisfying. It can be served as a meal by itself or as a side dish with meats and pita bread.
Any variety of orange- or red-skinned, orange-fleshed sweet potato can be used in this recipe. When shopping, look for sweet potatoes that are uniform in size. Personally, I prefer smaller potatoes. Top potatoes with butter or with one of my two suggested sauces; Garam Masala Yogurt or Garlic and Chive Sour Cream (recipes follow).
Whether it is a simple everyday family dinner or a fancy dinner party with friends, this is an easy way to turn boring potatoes into a fantastic side dish.
Here is part two of my culinary journey through Arizona. The Cuisine of the Southwest of the United States – which includes New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah and California – comprises a fusion of Spanish, Mexican and Native American recipes. However, there are great differences throughout the Soutwestern States. Arizona’s style of the Southwestern Cuisine is […]
Easy and delicious Mexican guacamole.