European Video Recipes
European food is famous throughout the world for being
healthy, delicious and easy to prepare. Catering for a variety of tastes,
famous European food includes pizza, pasta dishes with a variety of sauces
as well as a variety of red meat dishes. Whatever your preferences, you
can be sure to find a great European Cuisine dish that you will
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How to Make European Style Brown Bread Using a Sourdough Starter | Recipe
In this video we'll be making a unique Eastern European inspired brown bread that uses rye and whole wheat flour along with coffee, molasses, balsamic vinegar and seeds, (caraway and fennel), to yield a complex, deep flavor.
Because of the added acidity provided by the balsamic, molasses and coffee, a sourdough starter works much better for leavening since it naturally thrives in an acidic environment.
The use of rich agricultural and dairying produce is magnified in food
preparation in traditional or classic European cooking. Over time, the
infused usage of new spices, herbs and products such as cocoa brought back
by early explorers from newly-discovered lands, and especially Italian
cuisine, has greatly influenced classic European cooking.
The potato cheese casserole, known in Italy as potato gateau, is a rustic and tasty main course made with potatoes, enriched by eggs, spices, ham and cheese.
Hi everyone and welcome to the GialloZafferano kitchen: today we'll be preparing together the potato cheese pie, or potato gateau, a rustic baked dish made with potatoes mixed with other ingredients, which I'm sure your kids will enjoy.
Let's see what we'll need:
* 1 ¼ lb (120 g) of ham
* 3,5 oz (100 g) of smoked provola cheese
* grated nutmeg
* 1 ½ tbsp (20 g) of butter
* 2 tbsp of breadcrumbs* 3,5 oz (100 g) of mozzarella
* 2 medium eggs
* pepper / salt
* 1 ¾ cup (80 g) of grated Parmesan cheese
* 2,2 lbs (1 kg) of potatoes, yellow or red
Let's see how to make it:
The first thing to do is boil the potatoes, so wash the potatoes, leave them whole with the skin on, and place them in a pot filled with cold water and coarse salt. The cooking time for medium-sized potatoes is 30 minutes, with a normal pot, or 15 minutes, with a pressure cooker.
While the potatoes are boiling, we can move on to the preparation of the other ingredients, so dice the mozzarella and put it in a colander to drain the excess water, then chop the ham and dice the provola cheese. If you prefer, you can use another kind of non-smoked kneaded-paste cheese.
Once cooked, peel the potatoes while still hot, and run them through a vegetable mill or potato masher. Now, put them in a large bowl and add 1 ½ cup (50 g) of the grated Parmesan cheese, the 2 eggs, the provola cheese, the ham, the mozzarella, and finally salt and pepper to taste.
When all the ingredients are blended together, grease an oven dish with butter and sprinkle with breadcrumbs. Now put in the mixture, spread it evenly and sprinkle the remaining parmesan cheese, about ¼ cup (30 g). Now dot small knobs of butter over the top... and bake at 390 °F for 40 minutes; during the last 5 minutes turn the grill on, to form a nice golden brown crust.
40 min. -- 390 °F (220 °C)
5 min. -- under the grill
Our potato cheese pie is finally ready; after taking out of the oven, allow it to rest for at least 10 minutes to set, then you can serve it to your guests. A kiss from Sonia and see you next video recipe!
Ukrainian cuisine - Ukrainian Cuisine: Pork Jello, Borscht, Pierogies - Navigeaters.
To try the foods of the Ukraine, the Navigeaters chowed down on borscht, varenyky (pierogies) and studenetz (pork jello!). The meaty jello mold was served by the Ukrainian East Village. Its a scorching hot day in central Ukraine, but we braved the heat and whipped up two batches of sauteed eggplant or Ikra in Russian just for you.
The Pleasure of German Cuisine European Video Recipes - Healthy European Foods focused on organic
foods, natural products and food supplements.
Light breakfast such as a hot drink of milk, coffee or chocolate and
buttered pieces of the customary baguette or French stick, (a long and
thin piece of crusty white bread), is typical of Traditional French
Jam and spreads are sometimes served alongside croissants.
Bread and pastry shops known as boulangeries is where bread, croissants
and brioches are commonly bought and eaten fresh the same morning.
Overview of German Traditional foods and mealtimes
We are going to look at German cuisine.
German cuisine has evolved through centuries of and varies from region to region; so we'll take a look at commonly known German foods as well as local specialties.
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| Featured Europe Recipe
paxan, October 11, 2009
1) Brush each scallop, shrimp and each tilapia filet with
lemon olive oil
2) Sprinkle Seasoned Italian breadcrumbs
on each scallop, shrimp and tilapia filet, covering both
3) First place tilapia filets on bottom of
4) Place shrimp and scallops - first around the
outside of tilapia (every other one shrimp then scallop) then
in between filets if necessary
5) Lightly sprinkle
Bake at 400 degrees for 16 - 20
Mushroom Pesto Lasagna
This is a great dish to allow vegetarians
to have a taste of Italy! For best results you should make with fresh egg
pasta rather than using dried lasagna noodles. This can be served along
with parmesan cheese for best results.
Getting this recipe right involves cooking the scampi to perfection. This
recipe is great with garlic and butter, while serving crusty bread
alongside it will ensure that diners have an opportunity to sop up any
Fish Soup with Gremolata This can be found in
different forms and with different regional takes throughout Italy. The
seafood you decide to use can vary based on the preferences of the diner,
and what is available for you to use at a given time. Usually cooked in
white wine, this dish was originates from the Adriatic coast where it
first became popular decades ago.
This is a dish which is often referred to as being Italian American,
translating as shoemakers chicken, the dish comprises of chicken in a
lemon sauce. The chicken should be cooked until golden brown and the meal
should be served alongside a dry white wine.
This is a unique dish because it looks so elegant that it is
suitable for the most sophisticated of occasions, however it is so easy to
prepare. The dish is healthy because it is does not use much oil, and the
chicken is usually served in a bed of flavored herb rice, alternatively it
can also be served alongside potatoes.
Spaghetti and Meatballs
The trick to perfecting this recipe is to use the best possible
ingredients you can find and take advantage of them. The quality of
chopped tomatoes that you use can really make or break this dish. If you
are making the meatballs then you could either opt for beef and veal or
beef and turkey; they are probably the most suited to the sauce.
This dish consists of thin slices of raw beef and
is generally served as an appetizer or a starter. The dish was originally
conceived in Harry's Bar in Venice where it has since became popular
throughout the world. The variations between Arugula Leaves, lemon wedges
and raw beef make the taste so unique.
This dish consists of turkey sausage, onions, bacon and potatoes. Although
not an overly healthy recipe, that does not stop thousands of people
around the world naming it their favorite Italian dish of all time. A
great aspect of this dish is that it can really be tailored to anyones
taste, such as changing the ratio of Chicken Broth and heavy cream or
alternatively including or leaving out certain meats.