Quiche aux Poireaux et Champignons, a recipe from the South of France is impressive but easy to make.
This recipe uses chicken, smoked ham or chorizos (optional), onions, green and red peppers, peas and black olives. A favorite recipe from Galicia, the Northwestern corner of Spain.
Soufflé de Queso de Cabra con Sofrito, a delicious and light dish from Spain. It is baked in individual ramekins, making it a great choice for entertaining.
Spinach and Feta Cheese combine well and the anchovies give this dish an extra subtle flavor. A variation of the popular Spanakopita recipe from Greece. Light and well rounded in taste.
Sebzeli Pilav is a rice-vegetable pilaf (aka pilav) from Turkey. If you cannot find Swiss Chard, use spinach instead.
“Puttanesca” means, well, in the “style of persons exercising the oldest profession of the world”.
Given this juicy history there are many stories as to the origin of this well known pasta dish from Napoli. Suffice to say it is a very tasty dish, easy on your pocket – a delightful variation of the traditional Spaghetti alla Pomodore.