Goat in Fruit Juice in the Oven. This one is very interesting. You marinate the goat meat in lemon and orange juice for 12hrs in the fridge. Then you cook it in the oven for approx. 60 minutes. It contains alcohol.
Lamb with Pasta in the Oven. A simple, hearty, traditional (insanely) delicious recipe from Crete, Greece requiring no particular preparation and… very little cooking skills. Of course, you can tweak the recipe with more/other spices but if you’re cooking this recipe for the first time… try to keep it simple. 🙂
The Pissaladière is a savoury tart made with onions, olives, grated cheese and anchovy fillets. (It looks like… pizza, but French style.)
Fresh Herb Kuku – Persian rice recipe. In Iran, this is an essential dish for the New Year’s feast. For the rest of us it’s a fantastic, fresh, and nutritious recipe. It has various preparation stages but don’t let that intimidate you from enjoying a truthfully fragrant dish. Enjoy!
It does take a few extra things to do other than simply boiling rice, but, well, the result is… impressive. Can be had as a main dish, or as a side dish – your choice. Enjoy!
A friend asked for this (all time oven classic) Greek recipe for a lamb roast in the oven, so, without further ado… voila! (And a heartfelt thanks! to Libby who passed on the recipe. 🙂 Enjoy!
This Cuttlefish Casserole is a Greek Orthodox Lent classic: easy to make, a tasty, hearty, one-pot recipe full of good things for one’s own health. Enjoy!
Cottage Pie or Shepherd’s Pie is a traditional British classic dish warming hearts and bellies. 🙂 Enjoy!
This is a good one: instead of using the flour to make filo sheets … you mix it in with the rest of your ingredients and stick the pan in the oven. (How difficult can that be? 🙂 Enjoy!
Resembling the Italian Pizza Contadina (the farmer’s pizza) the Lebanese use this Pita Bread with sumak as a side dish to scoop up juice or dips, or even as a snack for “that” time of day. It is easy to make and easier to savour. Enjoy!
A typical dish of the Provence region of France. Without further ado, let’s cook, shall we? 🙂
No need for formal introductions for this classic French recipe. Let’s cook, shall we? 🙂
Simple, fast and delicious, Siniyeh, namely Ground Lamb or Beef with Onions and Tahini Sauce in the Oven, is a Jewish recipe from Yemen that is been cooked in Israel today. Enjoy!
Baked Beans with Tomatoes and Mushrooms – Italian Style. Another hearty, wholesome recipe from Italy’s Tuscany. Baked Beans with Tomatoes and Mushrooms actually taste better the next day.
Italian Baked Beans with Tomatoes and Ham or Bacon – a hearty, winter day’s recipe for beans and meat. It actually tastes better the next day.
One of many potato recipes, this one goes very well with stews.
Sardines in the Oven. Sardines are generally shunned as a food choice in this “age of plenty”. However, they offer the healthiest of fats, Omega-3s, and Vitamins D, A and B12. Do some research, you may be pleasantly surprised.
Lima Beans with Spinach in the Oven. This is a traditional recipe from Greece’s North West, a region called Epirus. It is highly nutritional, very healthy and a complete meal on its own. Omitting feta cheese turns it to vegan.
Vegetables in the Oven. This is a Greek summer classic recipe amounting to … throwing cut vegetables in a pan, sticking it in an oven and doing something else while the food is cooking. (Yes, that difficult. 🙂
Chickpeas in the Oven. A yet another Greek traditional cuisine, or Mediterranean cuisine, classic recipe that can be cooked during the summer, winter or whenever (legumes last for a long time!)