The zucchini are washed, then partially peeled, with the citrus peeler (optional). Then cut at the ends and cut with a knife, vegetable peeler or planer, long and thin slices. For cream cheese: mix cottage cheese, grated telemeau, salt, pepper, finely chopped dill and onion, 2 eggs, in a larger bowl, until all ingredients are incorporated and a homogeneous cream is obtained.
Here’s my meatless version of classic chicken noodle soup, made with chickpeas instead of chicken! This soup is exactly what I want to eat when I’m feeling under the weather or craving some familiar, comfort food flavors.It seems like everyone has caught at least one cold this winter season, me included.
Used in moderation, butter adds fantastic depth of flavour to dishes. Standard butter will go brown and smoke if you get it really hot (which, sometimes, is a good thing – think beurre noisette), but often you need to be careful to keep butter from burning. Bertolli with Butter and Olive Oil, however, has a lower smoking point than normal butter, which means you can use it in the same way as butter without worrying about it catching on your frying pan, and still enjoy a delicious rich buttery taste.
How many of these Brooklyn sayings do you know?istockphoto.comThese sweaters look ratchet.You may have read a few of our previous stories on things various groups of Americans say — from Hawaiian terms and Floridian phrases to Midwestern idioms and New England sayings — but none are as much fun as the things people say in Brooklyn.
RecipesDish typePies and tartsPastry Puff pastryThese chocolate-hazelnut puff pastries are super easy to make and extremely addictive! Fun to make with the kids.2 people made thisIngredientsServes: 34 500g frozen puff pastry, thawed175g chocolate hazelnut (spread such as Nutella®)60g chopped hazelnuts6 teaspoons icing sugarMethodPrep:5min ›Cook:15min ›Ready in:20minPreheat oven to 220 C / Gas 6.
Ever tried fattoush? Once you do, you’ll never forget it! Fattoush salad is a colorful Lebanese salad that’s bursting with fresh produce, lettuce and mint. It’s refreshing, crisp and satisfying.Fattoush is the salad to make if you have random leftover fresh vegetables (radish, carrots, tomatoes, cucumber, etc.