Biryani is the celebratory Indian dish and usually includes meat. This particular recipe comes from Southern India, however, and is vegetarian. It’s very easy to make, looks impressive and scents the room with cinnamon and cardamom.
They say mushrooms can be poisonous but in our version, mushrooms are only magical. Who thought that such an easy recipe could bring so much flavour?
Gracefully small, shiny, crispy cheese pies of baked pastry and spicy, peppery cheese. Easy to make, they have the absolute homely taste that connects food and flavours with memories and emotions.
Parlez vous Francais? You don’t need to be French to appreciate the delicate taste of the famous Béarnaise sauce. A touch of buttery elegance that will transform your beef dishes once and for all.
This is a delicious Greek recipe where the flavours are established by their delicate simplicity. These small Lego style dolmades, vine leaves stuffed with rice (or yialatzi as they are known in Turkish) could easily hold their own in a high class party menu even better than a lot of other common favourites. This is our family version using fresh vine leaves, feathery fennel tops and mint.
A plain dish becomes a fine gastronomic suggestion, blowing some Spanish air to your dining room. The so far mainstream potatoes become colourful and challenge the mouth with their spiciness.