Sorrel Salmon (Saumon à l’oseille)

Sorrel Salmon (Saumon à l’oseille)

Sorrel salmon is a recipe I’ve been wanting to make for quite a few years and just never did. The dish was invented by the Troisgros brothers in 1973 France and became the most popular dish on their menu. While now it is considered a 

Shashlik Shrimp Pasta

Shashlik Shrimp Pasta

Originally I wanted to make a tasty Cajun shrimp pasta, however Cajun seasoning doesn’t really exist in Ukraine and I don’t plan on flying home anytime soon. I could always make my own but instead I thought, why not take advantage of the spice blends 

Pineapple Fried Rice

Pineapple Fried Rice

Originally I was going to call this Thai Pineapple Fried Rice, as it’s one of the most popular dishes tourists get when they visit Thailand. Even on my many trips there I’ve always gotten it at least once. However this version is not a super 

Salo Beans

Salo Beans

I don’t make beans often, but during this corona virus quarantine sometimes I feel like being lazy and just opening a jar. Of course, I wouldn’t be a proper food blogger if I didn’t figure out a way to spruce up a packaged good. So 

Green Soup

Green Soup

This is a super simple soup recipe that is one of Alona’s most requested things I make. It only needs a few ingredients, and takes less than 10 minutes overall. The green in green soup comes from 4 different green vegetables, and you can use 

Indian Bread Omelet

Indian Bread Omelet

So last week I followed the trend and made the wildly popular 1932 depression-era Peanut Butter Bread. I figure, it seemed to do really well on my blog, so why not follow the trend this week and try this Indian Bread Omelet. To be honest 

Salmon With Beurre Blanc

Salmon With Beurre Blanc

Salmon with beurre blanc is is an easy recipe that is sure to impress. All you need to do is sear a salmon fillet and make a beurre blanc sauce. Don’t worry, it is surprisingly easy. Beurre Blanc is a butter sauce that goes great 

Chicken Caesar Wrap

Chicken Caesar Wrap

This extremely simple recipe makes a great weekend lunch, or even something to bring to work. While you can get a chicken caesar wrap at most grocery stores or fast casual restaurant chains, it’s so much better to make your own. My recipe uses homemade 

Quail Risotto

Quail Risotto

Both quail and risotto are things that tend to intimidate home cooks, but they are actually both very simple. Risotto is extremely easy, albeit time consuming. And quail is just like chicken, with more flavor and a shorter cook time. This quail risotto is a 

Chicken Thighs In Shallot Sauce

Chicken Thighs In Shallot Sauce

I’ve slowly started transitioning to liking chicken thighs more than chicken breast. Don’t get me wrong they each have a purpose, but I find the thighs have so much more flavor. Plus…crispy skin. This recipe for chicken thighs in shallot sauce can easily become a