Posts Tagged ‘Easy’

Corn and Cheese Salad – One of our favorites

Salads

Sunday. Brunch. No ideas – again. I want to make it look yummy yet pretty and sophisticated, I also want it to be easy, fast and the kids to like it. I know, I know, maybe too much to ask? I don’t think so. Take a look at our all time favorite, I always have the ingredients handy and we almost never have leftovers. Corn and cheese! Can you seriously tell me that you do not like one of the ingredients?

 

Corn and Cheese Salad - One of our favorites
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Recipe type: Appetiser, Salad
 
Great ingredients, you will love it and so will the kids! Corn, Cheese...Yum.
Ingredients
  • 1 Can Corn (Niblets)
  • 1 Cup Grated Cheese (any kind you like)
  • 1 tbsp Parsley – Chopped (Can be substituted with dill or green onions- Scallions)
  • 1½ tbsp Mayo
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a salad bowl and mix until fully coated.

Sunday. Brunch. No ideas – again. I want to make it look yummy yet pretty and sophisticated, I also want it to be easy, fast and the kids to like it. I know, I know, maybe too much to ask? I don’t think so. Take a look at our all time favorite, I always have […]

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Chicken Pot Roast – The food of the lazy

Home Made Cooking

Some people think I’m always cooking and always loving it, well here’s a news flash, I’m not always in the mood 🙂 Yup! There you have it, I’m a normal person. Sometimes I wish my family can just dine on omelets all week long :)so when I feel like I have no mood for cooking, that’s when I come up with the easiest and laziest recipes. This one is one of them. Chicken and potatoes in one pot – A Pot Roast Chicken with literally almost no work at all.

 

Chicken Pot Roast - The food of the lazy
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Recipe type: Main, Entree
 
Simple! Chicken and potatoes in a pot with the added flavor of spices. Could it be any more simle or tasty?
Ingredients
  • ½ Onion - Chopped
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil
  • 5 Potatoes – Peeled and cubed
  • 10 Chicken Thighs (skinless and boneless)
  • 2 Garlic Cloves – Halved
  • ½ tbsp Paprika
  • ½ tbsp Cumin
  • Slat and Pepper
  • Hot Boiling Water
Instructions
  1. In a cooking pot, heat the oil over medium heat ad add the chopped onion. Sauté until softens.
  2. Add the garlic and the chicken and stir for about 3 minutes.
  3. Add the potatoes and the spices and stir for another 3 minutes.
  4. Cover with hot water until the whole content is covered (up until the top of the potatoes and chicken ONLY – do not use too much water)
  5. Cover the pot and cook over medium- low heat for about 45 minutes.
  6. Pot roast in ready when the potatoes are ready and you can put a fork through them.

Some people think I’m always cooking and always loving it, well here’s a news flash, I’m not always in the mood 🙂 Yup! There you have it, I’m a normal person. Sometimes I wish my family can just dine on omelets all week long :)so when I feel like I have no mood for cooking, that’s […]

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Paprika Baked Cauliflower

Home Made Cooking

I know I always say that “this is super easy” but seriously, this time it is 🙂

Cauliflower in our house is usually consumed either deep fried or with Tahini Sauce. Well, I decided to change these habits and add another favorite. Read More

I know I always say that “this is super easy” but seriously, this time it is 🙂 Cauliflower in our house is usually consumed either deep fried or with Tahini Sauce. Well, I decided to change these habits and add another favorite.

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The perfect Blintzes or Wrap

Home Made Cooking

I usually don’t bother remembering how I made something, especially when it comes to blintzes. I mix milk with oil and flour, eggs and some sugar, take a look at the texture, decide it’s good to go and that’s it. Read More

I usually don’t bother remembering how I made something, especially when it comes to blintzes. I mix milk with oil and flour, eggs and some sugar, take a look at the texture, decide it’s good to go and that’s it.

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Pickles – but not just any pickles – Princess Pickles

Home Made Cooking

I love Cauliflower! The kids love it too. Any form, any way, any size, just love it.

In addition, summer is almost here, and what’s a better day to spend sunny days than on our deck with a cold drink and some munchies? Read More

I love Cauliflower! The kids love it too. Any form, any way, any size, just love it. In addition, summer is almost here, and what’s a better day to spend sunny days than on our deck with a cold drink and some munchies?

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Jachnun – A Yemenite brunch

Home Made Cooking

How I loved waking up on a Saturday morning, to the smell of freshly made Jachnun.

Jachnun (ג’חנון) is a Yemenite dish that’s usually made on a Saturday as it needs to spend 10 hours on a Shabbat Plate or in the oven. It is made of mostly flour and even though it’s not too hard to make, it requires a lot of physical strength 🙂 Read More

How I loved waking up on a Saturday morning, to the smell of freshly made Jachnun. Jachnun (ג’חנון) is a Yemenite dish that’s usually made on a Saturday as it needs to spend 10 hours on a Shabbat Plate or in the oven. It is made of mostly flour and even though it’s not too […]

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Broccoli Chicken

Home Made Cooking

My daughter LOVES it when I make breaded chicken breast (shnitzel) and mashed potatoes for Friday, so that’s what I make every Friday but this time I felt like I’ve had enough of this Friday dinner for a while 🙂 Still.. Read More

My daughter LOVES it when I make breaded chicken breast (shnitzel) and mashed potatoes for Friday, so that’s what I make every Friday but this time I felt like I’ve had enough of this Friday dinner for a while 🙂 Still..

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