My another invention of one of my favorite seafood – scallops. It can be prepared a few hours in advance and kept refrigerated. I made those in baking sea scallop shells, but you can make it in ramekens as well.
Have you heard about sea grapes? I just learned about it. It looks like grapes, pops in your mouth, tastes like a seaweed and compliments beautifully raw seafood dishes and salads.
Serve in small individual ramekins with your favorite crackers and champagne.
Yes, It’s summertime, sun is shining and zucchinis are blooming. Not all of them were meant to become a zucchini. Only female flowers produce fruits. All parts of zucchini are absolutely edible. Some people remove pestle from the male flower before eating, I see no reason. Have done that and it does not taste any different, so I just skip that step. It pairs amazingly with a crisp glass of white wine like Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio. The batter is very light and crispy. I hope you’re gonna enjoy as much as we do!
Crispy, flavor party in your mouth croquettes could be served as an appetizer, snack or as a main dish with some salad on the side. Can be made a day in advance and kept refrigerated until ready to cook.
This is one of our favorite, most loved appetizers ever. If you have never tried escargot, it has pretty unique, pleasant buttery, earthy flavor, texture reminds mushrooms. Usually in France it’s served with European quality butter, garlic, fresh (of course flat leave) parsley and French baguette. I like to add some freshly grated parmesan for extra umami flavor.
This salad is something out of this world. It can be a quick lunch (even if it requires oil infusion, don’t be scared), side dish or served as an appetizer. Enough talking, let’s get started!
When I made this for my family, my husband said that’s his new favorite and he said, if it’s his last meal this is what he wants. I think for a guy who gets fed well everyday that’s a lot LOL. Let me share with you how I made it so you could treat your family and friends with this delicacy as well.
This salad was very popular 10-15 years ago and still is in Lithuanian parties. My dear friend Rasele taught me maybe 20 years ago how to make it and Today I would like to share it with you. It requires just a few ingredients, quick chopping, mix and that’s it.
This could be a side dish, snack or a whole meal. Anyway you gonna make it it’s going to be delicious. It’s tasty warm or even room temperature. Let’s get started!