Paella! This famous saffron rice dish is a traditional Spanish recipe, stuffed with seafood and your choice. You don’t need a paella pan to cook paella. Any pan or large pan will do. Incredibly easy to make.
Ceviche is a famous Latin American dish of fresh fish or other seafood “cooked” in lime juice and mixed with flavors such as chili, coriander/coriander, and onion. Also called ceviche, ceviche, or ceviche, this quick and easy recipe is perfect for a quick snack on a hot summer’s day or an elegant appetizer.
Homemade McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish Burger! Spectacular fish burger that tastes very similar to the real thing, bigger, you know what’s in it, and it’s healthier because it’s BAKED. (Frying completely is OK)
Thai Chicken Peanut Noodles is what you make when you have less than 15 minutes to have dinner at the table and you want some Thai food. Using ground chicken means no meat preparation is required, literally any ground meat (beef, turkey, pork) can be used.
The leg of lamb is a classic. 3 hour shoulders are great. But to make the juiciest roast he lamb of his life, he slow-cooks it overnight in the oven for 12 hours. With ultra-low temperature cooking with plenty of broth, you don’t have to worry about forgetting to set it. This completely user-friendly and simple method of cooking is 100% fully reheated and gives great results with the bonus of cooking up to 4 shoulders at a time.
Chicken fricassee is a classic French chicken stew made with golden-brown chicken in a creamy white mushroom sauce. A quick rustic family meal, perfect for midweek. It’s a bit like the white sauce version of Kok Kho Van, but much easier to make.
I’m Ramsha Baig. I'm the cook, photographer and videographer behind nomnomwow! I have an obsession with food. I used to travel to places just to try new food. My blog reflects my philosophy on food and cooking: traditional, fast, creative, clever and fresh.