Basque-Style CheesecakeBy tabadminThis is, by far, the easiest way to make an unbelievably tasty cheesecake. Just burn it. Yep, you read correctly, burnt cheesecake is a thing and it’s marvelous.Cream Puffs with Chantilly Cream & Dark ChocolateBy tabadminThis recipe takes about an hour from start to finish. Pate Choux dough is piped into rounds, then baked and filled with sweet Chantilly cream. Finished with chocolate ganache and crumbled pistachio.Churros with Dark Chocolate SauceBy tabadminHomemade Churros With Chocolate Sauce? Yes, please! The preparation of this simple dessert is so incredibly easy. It requires deep-frying so be brave, be bold and go for it!Italian BomboloniBy tabadminBomboloni are little, perfectly sized Italian donuts (or doughnuts) that are very easy to prepare at home. I use a different method than most other recipes. First, I use the double rise method. It produces a finer crumb, less air holes and a better flavor because of the extended fermentation.Panna Cotta with Blueberries and Sweet BasilBy tabadminPanna cotta is an Italian dessert simply made with sweetened cream (and in this case some milk) and set with gelatin. It can be a blank canvas for most flavors so if basil and blueberries aren’t your thing, then pair it with something else that catches your eye.
Here’s a great way to make eggplant parmesan with loads of flavor and minimal effort. You probably have most ingredients on hand, and best of all, your don’t have to soak and scrub a giant baking dish.
Green pozole with chicken, better known as Pozole Verde is a Mexican soup packed with flavor that’s quick and easy to prepare at home. It’s warm and comforting, yet bright and tangy. Perfect any time of the year!
Italian focaccia bread is a fantastic gateway to the the world of bread making. This recipe simplifies the dough making process, step-by-step, in a way that’s easy to understand. The results are truly amazing.