Posts Tagged ‘strawberries’

This is not a recipe, it’s just a little technique that makes life little easier, when it comes to decorating strawberries for those special occasions. Obviously, you melt the chocolate in a double boiler. Wash and pat dry the strawberries, (I wanted them to look like strawberries, that’s why I kept the head). Then coat them with chocolate (You can insert a toothpick in the strawberries to make it easier). Set them on foil & refrigerate for about 30min. When ready, melt the white chocolate, & fill a brand new syringe with it. Draw zigzag lines on the strawberries & put them back in the refrigerator. These can be served by themselves or on top of  tartlets.    



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Yesterday, I had no plans as to what to make for our salad. Because we were still feasting on some salmon leftovers (it will be my next post inshallah) that I made the day before, I couldn’t really think of something. So when it was almost time for dinner I opened the fridge & grabbed few ingredients mix them. The result was out of this world. I was telling hubby: “if you don’t like it don’t complain, because I made it up & it’s not a recipe”. He nodded & stuck his fork in the salad. I kept looking to see what was his reaction. Me: “You liked it dear?”. “Yes, it’s good. I liked it”. He said.

In a bowl put spinach leaves, strawberry, brown rice (boiled & drained beforehand), green onion. Now prepare the vinaigrette: cube the fetta cheese, add some olive oil & mix together it will get lumpy but you can fix that later, add apple cider vinegar, garlic salt, & black pepper to taste. Add the vinaigrette to the salad. Mix & enjoy. (You can garnish with some nuts if you like). Really I loved it, & I felt I could have more of this.

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