These tandoori shrimp get a marinade of a traditional Indian mixture of spices and yogurt. The yogurt holds the seasonings in place which results in a thin crust on the shrimp as it cooks. Chef Ravi
This simple shrimp recipe is made with a rustic pesto of fresh parsley and mint, and a best-quality olive oil. An excellent main course with a salad on the side! This pesto can be used with grilled seafood, fish, and vegetables. Chef Alba
Making these appetizing medallions are a different way to bring pork tenderloin and thinly shaved prosciutto to the table. This is a tasty dish that can be prepared in a short time. When served, this recipe is always a great success with family or friends to relish. Chef Alba
In India, rice pilaf is called "pulao" and it has many variations from region to region. Pulao is made with good quality Basmati rice or Jasmine rice, simmired in a broth and cooked with vegetables, spices, garlic, dry fruit or nuts. It can also be made with meat, lentils and beans also simmered in the broth for a while to release their flavors. Chef Ravi
Quesadillas were first created in the 16th century colonial Mexico as a result of old and new world tastes coming together. The quesadilla has evolved over years as people experimented with different variations of it. Poblano peppers are named for the state of Puebla, Mexico, where they originated. They have thick, dark-green skin and they range from mild to medium-hot. This quesadilla is super delicious with the smokiness of the poblano and creaminess and tanginess of goat cheese. Chef...