Since I love to cook, I often spend my weekends in the kitchen taking on culinary challenges or recreating my favorite comfort foods. Today, I wanted to share some of my favorite recipes that continually inspire me to be a better chef. This weekend, I highly recommend that you give a couple of these recipes a try. I hope you enjoy working with the recipes as much as I do!
If I add chocolate chips to these hearty Oatmeal Pancakes, it's still healthy, right? It's too delicious not to.
This 4-Hour Baguette recipe is incredibly easy to follow. So if you would like to impress friends, family, co-workers, or yourself, give it try.
Malawah: Somali flatbread is great for breakfast. Just spread on a thin layer of butter, jam, or even Nutella and roll the flatbread up like a crêpe. You can even replace sliced bread with Malawah to upgrade your typical sandwich for lunch.
Arugula and Chive Baked Egg Cups are especially good when paired with a wholesome, nutty grain like Farro or bulgur wheat. I recommend tossing the grains with a bit of olive oil, salt, and pepper before serving alongside the eggs.
Muhammara: roasted red pepper spread is a excellent alternative to hummus when you're looking to spice things up a bit.
This Tomato and Burrata Salad is simple, full of flavor, and makes for a delicious meal all on it's own.
This 9-Minute Pasta dish paired with a simple salad makes it possible to create a 10-minute meal. It is easily one of my favorite recipes to make if I've just gotten home from a really long day. Nothing says comfort food to me like a plate of pasta.
A Roast Chicken with Olives and Lemon is sure to impress everyone you invite to the dinner table.
Serve this Blackberry Nectarine Crisp with rich vanilla bean ice cream. (This dish can be made year round by using any seasonal fruit that is available to you.)
Lastly, I think this Lemon Poppy Drizzle Cake is a great little dessert to enjoy with a cup of tea.
by Claire Star &