I like to serve these Peruvian ceviche appetizers cups in Summer when I have guests, they are light, refreshing and made in a jiffy.
Peruvian ceviche is a very simple dish made of few ingredients: sea bass, lime juice, garlic, ginger, red chili pepper. Then you can garnish it with your favorite ingredients like pineapple, mango, radishes, etc.
Rhubarb curd recipe! Learn how to make rhubarb curd and use it as a filling for any pastries, choux pastry, cupcakes, a topping for cookies, as a dip or as a spread, etc. Rhubarb curd is as sweet as lemon curd and truly delicious.
Rhubarb curd is made from the released water gathered after gently simmering chunks of rhubarb. Fresh or frozen rhubarb can be used, I used frozen.
How to make ricotta gnocchi and sage brown butter sauce from scratch! Ricotta gnocchi are little pillows of deliciousness, they are easy and quick to put together and make for wonderful and inexpensive meals.
Ricotta gnocchi are different in texture than potato gnocchi, I find them a little firmer although you can make them as soft or as firm as you like them by adding little or more flour.
Almond lemon financier is a very refined quick bread and a great recipe to make for using your leftover egg whites. Serve it with some lemon curd on the side!
Financier cake does not rise much while baking as it doesn't contain any leavening agent, only the whipped egg whites, therefore it is rather a thin cake.
This easy twice cooked pork stir fry is made with thinly sliced pork shoulder briefly seared then stir fried with vegetables! A quick and easy pork stir fry recipe, Twice Cooked Pork is perfect for weekday dinners!
Twice cooked pork is originally made with thinly sliced pork belly, here I had some leftover pork shoulder so this is the meat I used for this recipe. Pork shoulder is a great cut to use for any Asian style stir fry recipes. Make this recipe the exact same way with pork belly if you can.
This very easy pork Wellington with Port wine sauce recipe is delicious and so flavorful! Perfect for entertaining, you can assemble it on the previous day, then you'll only need to bake it 25 minutes on d-day! You can make this recipe with turkey breast, beef or venison instead. Pork tenderloin on a layer of chopped mushrooms, wrapped in puff pastry dough!