Fast Food Center! Osso Buco is a traditional Italian dish of tender veal shank marinated in a tomato-based white wine sauce that is as hearty as it is luxurious, thanks to the delicate flavor and texture of the veal.
Pearl couscous is a jumbo of the most common small couscous. Also known as gourmet and Israeli couscous, they are like little pearls of pasta – hence the name! Makes a great salad and is a great option for a party as it never fails to impress.
Spanakopita: the iconic traditional Greek Spinach Pie encased in layers upon layers of golden, buttery and flaky filo pastry. For the best Spanakopita of your life, use raw rather than cooked spinach, and bind the phyllo pastry layers using a little finely shredded Greek cheese so they stay together rather than flying everywhere when you cut it!
A super-tender piece of beef, loaded with fresh mushrooms, drenched in the most amazing sauce and topped with flaky golden puff pastry. Friends, this isn’t just beef pie. This is an EPIC beef and mushroom pie with a little secret ingredient to take it to the next level!
Welcome to the chili dog of my dreams! The thick thawed beef chili sauce that has been simmered for hours is designed to act like a sauce, smothering rather than spreading all over. Fried hot dogs? Skip the cheap soccer francs. Smoked sausage – the way out.
Super chewy homemade muesli bars are cheaper, tastier, and much healthier than store-bought ones. Chewy caramel flavor with nuts and fruits! It’s a great way to get rid of the occasional leftover nuts and dried fruit.
If the thought of this cold Spanish soup brings to mind images of watery, tasteless pureed vegetables, think again! The secret to really good gazpacho is to marinate well-ripe vegetables in vinegar, olive oil, and garlic. Amazing and refreshing summer food full of flavor. no cook!
Purple Rice is garlic buttered rice that gets its vibrant color from the red cabbage! You’ll love this 2-in-1 meal that doesn’t just have salad and starches, but also combines starches and lots of veggies in one meal. It goes well with everything: Western, Asian, Mediterranean, Indian, Mexican!
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.