Kare (Japanese Curry) – When I visited Japan I fell for the curry and making it at home could not be easier! You can switch up the meat and vegetables for a new curry every time.
Salmon Teriyaki – This is one of my favorite dishes and it was also one of the top 10 recipes of 2007! It is so quick and easy to make and yet so good, especially when you use your own homemade teriyaki sauce.
No Bake Cheesecake – You won’t believe how effortless this no bake cheesecake is to make! It is nice and cool and creamy and good; just perfect for warm summer days with fresh fruit and berries.
Chocolate Cheesecake – This chocolate cheesecake takes a bit more effort to make than the no bake cheesecake but it is so worth it! Enjoy this decadently chocolatey treat on valentines day, or any other day of course. 🙂
Salsa Verde – The salsa verde is still going strong n 2008! You just can’t go wrong with fresh homemade salsa verde. It goes great as a dip and it also adds a ton of flavour to many other dishes.
Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna Steak – Just look at that perfectly seared tuna steak that is still nice and pink in the middle! The sesame seed crust adds a really nice crunch to the tuna.
Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich – Although there is a bit of controversy over what is a proper Philly cheese steak sandwich, you can’t really go wrong with any of them if you are looking for a tasty sandwich!
Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip – …mmm… warm melted cheesy goodness with a hit of spinach and artichokes to keep it ~healthy~. Pass the chips!
Irish Soda Bread – This has to be one of the quickest and easiest breads to make and it always turns out great! The only hard part is resisting devouring the whole loaf while it is still warm from the oven.