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A Brazilian-based version of Lebanese sfiha, is a cheese -filled yeasted dough in a triangle shape.
There are many different fillings, but Cheese special for me!
You can try "open esfiha" as well!! It is like a small flat bread that you can do with the same recipe!
Along with a cook-book project I drew a lot of juicy fruits for the desert and drink recipes and I wanted to reuse them in a nice pattern design :) The technique is a mixture of coloured pencils, water color and some help for the light spots with procreate. I hope you like it!
A popular paneer recipe prepared from marinating paneer chunks with
spices and yogurt and grilled in a tandoor or tawa.
it is an adapted recipe from the popular chicken tikka recipe for
non meat eaters or paneer lovers.a popular veg starers or appetizer recipe
which is heavily popular in india and also other south east asian countries.
basically this in dry version of paneer tikka which is served as party starters.
Behind every bad thing, there are good things: due to our having to spend much time at home, our gardens will be abundant, well-kept and gorgeous. In May, my garden produces radishes - colourful, healthy and very easy to grow. Enjoy!
Proja (pronounced like Proia) is a Serbian dish I know all my life. I ate it and made it for birthdays, Christmas, funerals and no-occasions at all! There are many versions of it around Balkans but this one with feta cheese (any strong sheep or goat cheese) is my all time favorite. Give it a go - I promise you will impress whoever you need to impress ;)
It was mango harvest time a few weeks back. What to do with all the mangoes? (Especially in this quarantine life) How about we make a sweet and spicy Mango Chutney for you to top your crackers or chips or just add them to your favourite salads?! Yum!!!
I drew this recipe for my sister because I wanted to share this easy peasy side dish with her. My favourite illustration style for food is a mixture of coloured pencils, watercolour and a tiny bit of digital correction with procreate. I hope you like it! :)
Making Thai curry paste is so much easier than it looks, it’s just taking the ingredients, roasting some of them and then just grinding in Pestle and mortar. Or a processor works too! It’s so full of freshness and flavour, and takes you to tropical paradise with just one bite!