Fresh homemade Italian Fried Pizza, ready from scratch in 10 minutes? Topped with garlicky tomato sauce, chunks of mozzarella and fresh basil leaves? Oh yeah. Homemade pizza doesn’t get better than this!
Alright, hands up who loves homemade pizza?!
Oh boy, have we got a treat for you.
Not only is this homemade Italian Fried Pizza recipe super delicious and super cute, it’s also super easy to make – in less than 10 minutes.
Yep. You read that right.
Forget the oven, no need to wait for it to pre-heat. All you need is one little frying pan and you are SET.
As they say, with great power comes great responsibility.
So, guys – are you ready for this??
What could be faster than mac and cheese? Your very own Cacio e Pepe, of course. Literally consisting of pasta, pecorino romano cheese and cracked black pepper, it’s the sophisticated take on mac and cheese for adults that you’ve been waiting for.
So this week we tried an Italian recipe that is going to BLOW your cheese-loving minds.
(Assuming you are as massive lovers of cheese as we are. You ARE, aren’t you??)
Now, this recipe comes to you by way of our good friend Stefan. We first caught up in Venice at our friend Beppe’s apartment (and you might remember both of them from this little recipe-fail known as How NOT To Make all’Amatriciana).
As it turns out, Cacio e Pepe has sorta/kinda a few similar techniques to all’Amatriciana, but this time there was no Beppe around to throw his chaotic little spanners in the works! 😛 😛 😛
So what little knacks do you need to know to get it juuuust riiiight?
Enjoy the Best Ever Australian Curried Sausages for seriously good comfort food, Aussie style. Grilled sausages, onion slivers and green peas smothered in a thick curry gravy – it’s a satisfying and nourishing dinner everybody will love.
This post first appeared over at Eazy Peazy Mealz where we’re contributors.
Okay guys, so today we want to share with you this classic Australian recipe for the Best Curried Sausages everrrrr.
Did you know that this tasty and unassuming little dish of curried sausages even has a really cool super-power?
Just one bite and its simple traditional flavours have the power to whisk you away to bygone times. It always reminds us of being kids and growing up in Australia. Of those simple, no-fuss family dinners that reached the table packed with flavour yet minimal effort.
It’s no surprise that the Best Ever Australian Curried Sausages were (and totally still are) an all-time favourite for both our families, standing the test of time to be cooked and eaten with just as much enthusiasm today as it was back then.
So why do we love them so much?
Sink your teeth into these homemade Japanese-Style Hamburgers, guaranteed to satisfy at any time of the day. Angus beef and umami flavours get together in this crispy, succulent burger that’s packed full of fusion-flavours. Oh, and don’t forget the winning combination of Kewpie mayonnaise and Japanese BBQ sauce.
So it was a little crazy here over the weekend… We actually saw blue sky and felt warm sun on our faces – something we haven’t experienced in what feels like weeks around here.
Maybe spring is on the way? Or maybe it’s just a brief, balmy escape before grey clouds return and rain falls once more?
Either way, it’s enough to have us daydreaming about hot summer days that are hopefully on their way.
And I don’t know about you, but when we think summer, we think hamburgers. Like these juicy, homemade beef hamburgers that have been tricked up with a few mouth-watering Japanese flavours.
Good weather or bad, it’s time to sink your teeth into some Japanese-Style Hamburgers all of your own.
This mouthwatering Korean BBQ Beef Bulgogi features thin slices of tender beef and shiitake mushrooms marinated in an irresistible blend of soy, garlic, ginger, pear juice and sesame oil for a quick and easy mid-week dinner.
Hey guys, annyeonghaseyo! Today we’re sharing a quick and easy Korean recipe that claimed our stomachs and our hearts while wandering through Seoul, South Korea.
Bulgogi is one of the most popular Korean dishes out there, apart from ever-popular kimchi of course.
I mean, what’s not to love?