This recipe is so special! It's a friend's family recipes, and you all know how much I cherish family recipes. I love exploring cuisines, and recently realized I don't know much about Afghani food. I mean, we're in the same region so our food draws lots of similarities, but I wanted to get to the bottom of it, Evolving Traditions style, and get some authentic, true Afghani recipes...
I can never order pizza and not order breadsticks. Provided it's pretty much the same thing, just without the sauce, that you ultimately end up dipping the breadsticks in, but they just taste so good! For me, it's the garlicky butter. But as you guys know, I love making pizza at home, and for those days, I always make some cheesy breadsticks to go with. Here is a super simple recipe, something you'll find yourself making as a side for so many things, Lasagne, Penne Alfredo, Tomato Basil Fettuccine and so many more dishes!
This French Toast is a recreation of my favorite entree from my favorite brunch spot, and it's delicious! A rich Brioche bread drenched in a vanilla custard, dipped in a flurry of crunchy cinnamon cereal, fried in butter and finished off with whipped cream and berries. Breakfast really can be beautiful, can't it? This is something you can make for a crowd, or just for yourself. It doesn't have to be a special day to indulge a little, so this can be your Monday morning pick me up for all we know!
Naan in itself is amazing when it's freshly made, but fill it with some keema and you've got yourself something amazing. I've been making naan at home for years, and one day I decided to add some keema to the mix because when you want keema naan, you want keema naan, and i've never looked back. Traditionally raw marinated keema is stuffed into fluffy naan dough, but I don't have the same cooking conditions like an extremely hot tandoor, and can't ensure that the keema will cook completely without the dough burning, so I use cooked keema. It makes everything pretty easy, to be honest, and that's what everyone wants, right?