Italian Chicken Meatballs (Easy Dinner Recipe)
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by Edyta
3M ago
Indulge in the irresistible taste of our exquisite Italian Chicken Meatballs – bursting with flavor, incredibly simple to prepare, and a favorite among both adults and little ones alike. These amazing meatballs are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, leaving everyone clamoring for seconds. Pair them with your favorite sauce, and they will be a hit at every gathering. On the lookout for more easy meatball recipes? These classic meatball recipes come together quickly and easily using readily available ingredients: Turkey Meatballs (with Alfredo Sauce and Asparagus) or these absolutely amazing Polish Me ..read more
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Linzer cookies (Linecké cukroví) – Traditional Czech Recipe
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by Andrea Gralow
4M ago
Indulge in the timeless charm of Linzer Cookies (Linecké cukroví), a delectable treat crafted from a traditional Czech recipe. These delicate almond-based cookies, sandwiched with sweet jam, offer a delightful blend of textures and flavors. Discover the perfect balance of nostalgia and sweetness in every bite. Try our authentic Linzer Cookies recipe for a taste of Czech culinary heritage. If you want more cookie recipes, try our super easy 5 Ingredients Butter Vanilla Cookies, or check out this excellent compilation of other traditional European Christmas Cookies.  Tradition of baking L ..read more
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Broccoli Leek Potato Soup (European Style)
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by Edyta
5M ago
This Broccoli Leek Potato Soup is made the European Style with chunks of delicious vegetables and an outstanding flavor. It’s a crowd-pleaser! Everyone will ask for seconds. Guaranteed. If you like chunky soups, try the Chunky Potato Leek Soup with rice and cheese, Polish Mushroom Soup with Yukon Gold Potatoes, or this fantastic Brussels Sprouts Soup. Author’s Notes on Broccoli Leek Potato Soup You might be wondering why I said that this Broccoli Leek Potato Soup is made European Style. I grew up in Poland, and soup is part of the main course. It is the first course in every household, schoo ..read more
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Oven Roasted Chicken Legs (Thighs & Drumsticks)
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by Edyta
6M ago
Oven Roasted Chicken Legs – either thighs, drumsticks, or even whole; can be the easiest dinner when you are short of time. Five minutes of prep time is all you’ll need; the oven does the rest. Bringing this recipe back up by popular demand. It’s so easy to make with the perfect amount of spice and crispy skin. After you’re done with this recipe, you may want to check my Slow Roasted Whole Chicken Legs, which is also super delicious but requires more baking time. Another popular chicken recipe is this Olive Oil Chicken Tights Mediterranean style. This post may contain affiliate links. You can ..read more
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Spicy Feta Dip (Greek Tirokafteri Recipe)
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by Edyta
6M ago
Greek Tirokafteri, or Htipiti, is a Spicy Feta Dip served as a mezze, a Greek appetizer. It’s creamy and tangy with the right amount of salt, spiciness, and acidity.  You can often find it in Greek Restaurants and Tavernas served alongside other Greek dips like tzatziki, eggplant dip (Melitzanosalata), or hummus. If you love Greek food and want more delicious dips, try this hummus with pinenuts, Greek eggplant dip (melitzanosalata), or famous tzatziki.    Author’s Notes about Tirokafteri If you ever travel to Greece and find yourself in one of the amazing Taverns, the simple f ..read more
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Chicken Chasseur (French Hunter’s Chicken)
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by Edyta
7M ago
Chicken Chasseur, or Hunter’s Chicken, is one of the most popular French recipes. It contains simple ingredients like bone-in chicken, mushrooms, tomatoes, wine, and herbs. It’s very easy to make and looks as amazing as it tastes. Serve it to your guests or family, tell them it’s Chicken Chasseur, and you’ll impress everybody. But once they’ve actually sunken their teeth into it, I guarantee they’ll be speechless (that happened in my house). How does that sound? Ever since I made this Chicken Provencal with Shallots and Garlic, I thought it was my favorite French chicken recipe; now we have a ..read more
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Rosol – Polish Chicken Soup (Authentic Recipe)
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by Edyta
7M ago
Rosol is a traditional Polish Chicken Soup. It’s usually served on Sundays and for special occasions (like weddings, christenings, etc). It’s also a traditional remedy for anyone who feels under the weather, as it’s believed to have ‘healing power.’ The chicken broth is super clear and it’s poured over the noodles with some chopped carrots, parsley, and pieces of chicken sprinkled in. Read more to learn how to achieve the superior taste and clarity of Polish Chicken Soup.  Rosol (Polish Chicken Soup) Served to Celebrate or Heal I’m not quite sure where this tradition of serving Rosol on ..read more
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Grilled Chicken Shawarma (Easy Middle Eastern Dish)
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by Edyta
7M ago
Grilled Chicken Shawarma is an amazing dish of Middle Eastern flavors that comes together super quick, smells divine and disappears from plates in seconds. Try this chicken recipe, full of fragrant spices, for your next BBQ and you’ll surely “wow” all your guests. Grilled Chicken Shawarma – The Best Way to Eat Grilled Chicken Grilled Chicken Shawarma is my new favorite way of eating grilled chicken. It’s usually made with boneless skinless chicken thighs so that it can be easily cut into strips and used in pitas, wraps or salads. For this recipe, I used skinless chicken thighs ..read more
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Pan Fried Haddock Mediterranean Style
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by Edyta
7M ago
Pan Fried Haddock, Mediterranean Style, with white wine, cherry tomatoes, Kalamata olives, and tangy capers, is a super easy, but very flavorful dish that can be ready in just 20 minutes. Pan Fried Haddock – Crispy Fish with Mediterranean Sauce I’m really obsessed with this recipe for Pan Fried Haddock prepared in Mediterranean Style. The sauce is super tasty! It combines all my favorite flavors, with olives and capers on the top of the list. And fish and wine pair so well together. But the real star is – the CRISPY fish. I know some will question, how can you achieve a crispy fish if it’s i ..read more
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Dill Pickle Soup (Traditional Polish Recipe)
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by Edyta
8M ago
This Dill Pickle Soup (or “Zupa Ogorkowa” in Polish) is the most popular Polish soup of them all. Here, you will find a traditional Polish recipe for pickle soup. For some, it may sound strange, but if most Polish kids love it, then there must be something to it. This post may contain affiliate links. You can read my disclosure policy here. Polish Pickle Soup Special Ingredient I lived in Poland for the first 29 years of my life and literally, I had never heard of a person that wouldn’t like a dill pickle soup. It has a tang, but that tang is tempered by the cooked pickles ..read more
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