By Angelika Hanna This dish has not only been delicious but also fun to prepare. I find stuffing fresh veggies is an enjoyable part of cooking during the summer season. Recipe: Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 1 hr 15 min Total Time: 1 hr 30 min Yield: 4 servings Cuisine: North American/Canadian/Italian Author: Angelika Hanna / Zest4Food Ingredients:… Continue reading Rice & Ground Beef-Stuffed Multi-Colored Peppers
By Angelika Hanna Marrow is a light summer squash, closely related to zucchini in appearance, texture, and taste. Recipe: Prep Time: Approx. 15 min. Cook Time: Approx. 40 min. Total Time: Approx. 55 min. Yield: 4 servings Cuisine: Canadian/American Author: Angelika Hanna / Zest4Food Ingredients: 1 large marrow 1/2 pound ground beef 1 tbsp extra virgin… Continue reading Ground Beef Stuffed Marrow Boats
By Angelika Hanna This recipe is inspired by my Facebook friend Debra from Colorado. In the past, I always liked Nachos at restaurants but never tried to cook them at home. Then, I saw Debra’s post on Facebook, and it looked and sounded so deliciously and easy to make. Debra inspired me for homemade Nachos… Continue reading Debra’s Loaded Nachos
By Angelika Hanna Happy Canada Day! It’s Canada Day Long Weekend! On July 1st, and we celebrate our national holiday in Canada. This year I tried something new with my burgers. Instead of a bread bun, I made my own bun from scratch out of cauliflower meal. I invite you to read how I prepared… Continue reading The Great Cauliflower Bun Burger
By Angelika Hanna This recipe is from my mother’s kitchen when I grew up in Germany. It is Keto-friendly (low in carbs) and has no artificial flavours added. No additional stock is required; all the juices come from the vegetables. Everything is cooked in one big frying pan – one ingredient after the next. Follow… Continue reading Hackfleisch-Gemuesepfanne (German Style)
Another Ina Garten recipe that is definitely no disappointment. Very easy to cook and absolutely delicious.
Inspired by Ina Garten’s ‘Weeknight Bolognese’, my bolognese turned out to be a true comfort meal for a cold winter day.