Why should baking be only about cookies and cakes? Here comes a very different and delicious recipe that you will surely thank us for providing you with.
1 1/2 pounds small tomatoes
2 medium chopped onions
2 tablespoons clarified butter or olive oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar
Zest of one lemon
a bit of flour
1 egg whisked with a tablespoon of water
1 pie crust
First of all, I start my online casino and my favourite slot and put it on autoplay while I get gping. Then preheat oven to 400F. In the meanwhile, sauté the onions over medium heat adding a pinch of salt in the oil.
While the onions are on the stove, quickly cut the tomatoes in half. If they are cherry tomatoes you may leave them in whole. Add them to the onion with balsamic vinegar and salt. Continue to stir until the onions are caramelized and deeply golden.
Toss the mixture well, especially if your tomatoes are very juicy. Also sprinkle lemon zest to the mixture. Keep mixing everything for a few minutes. Once everything is mixed and the onions have changed color, remove the pan from heat.
On another side, roll out your dough and cover the tomato mixture by tucking a bit in the sides. Use the egg wash to brush the crust and then cut a few slits in the crust. Now, bake it the oven until the crush changes color to deeply brown and the tomatoes start bubbling at the sides. The process typically takes around half an hour.
Once done, take it out and the delicious dish is ready to be served. You can enjoy it with your favorite drink.
Hosting a dinner party can, at times, be an absolute minefield. On New Year’s Eve this year, I agreed to cook dinner for twelve people. After carefully selecting my menu, with relative ease, I reached a sticking point when it came to desert.
The idea of having to bake something, while worrying incessantly about the starter and main course, scared me beyond belief. In an attempt to reduce my stress levels, after playing online casinos from super-online-casinos.net all day) I decided to go for a recipe that was both exceedingly tasty, while also being exceptionally simple.
The individual cheesecakes were served in a wine glass, I prepared them in ten minutes before the guests arrived, and I left them in the fridge until the time was right. It made for a stress free second half to the evening.
The recipe (serves two)
Four shortbread biscuits, 300g of soft cheese, the zest and juice of one lime, three tbsp of icing sugar, 190g of frozen mixed berries, and a few extra for decoration.
The method: It’s as easy as 1,2,3…
- Place the biscuits into a zip lock bag and crush with a rolling pin, dividing them between the two wine glasses.
- Beat the soft cheese, zest of a lime and two tbsp of icing sugar, until smooth. Divide the resulting mixture between the glasses, on top of the biscuit base.
- Defrost and blend half the berries with the juice of the lime and the one tbsp of icing sugar that is left over. Pour the mixture on top of the cheese and decorate with a few whole berries.
It’s really that simple. Then sit back, relax and bring the cheesecakes out when your guests are ready. Simple, tasty and elegant; it’s a desert that your guests will never forget and one that takes some of the headache away from hosting a dinner party.