Koftas are meatballs with spices and onions that are most popular in Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. It is important to buy a fattier meat (whether it is lamb or beef) so they don’t get dried out in the oven. They will create a lot of liquid which is delicious and can be serve on top of rice, or dipped into with bread. I like to serve these with grilled bread and tachina but you can eat them on their own, with pasta, last minute into a tomato based soup, or with tomato sauce.
This is the easiest and most delicious way to make glazed salmon! You will make the recipe again and again because of the flavors and little prep and cleanup! If you like things spicy be sure to chop the chili pepper at the end, it add such incredible flavor! (If you like medium spicy, remove the seeds, and if you don’t like spicy at all, discard it after its cooked)
Only add salt at the very end or when ready to serve. Chicken stock is the staple and base to every great soup. A soup can be ready in minutes if it has a good chicken stock as the base.
There is nothing like a good turkey sandwich! It needs to be great bread that is toasted on the outside and soft on the inside. It needs to have the right amount of bread to turkey ratio and lots of flavor. I know there is an extra step here with placing the lettuce and avocado into a bowl and dressing it before putting it in the sandwich but this little trick is the secret to all sandwiches that have lettuce in.
I know this lasagna seems like it has an extra step of making the tomato sauce but it is so quick to just throw it all in a dish and stick it in the oven while the sweet potatoes are roasting! If you really don’t want this step feel free to use good quality ready made tomato sauce.