Walk through the gastronomy of the Internet: simple and colorful recipes to continue eating well at home
15 days have passed and our Walk through the gastronomy of the web is back again, with simple and colorful recipes to continue eating well at home. As always, we have organized this compilation of recipes separating the sweet from the salty so that you can find inspiration and discover other pages with interesting recipes.
On this occasion, we have a lot of publications to configure a complete menu, with appetizers, main dishes and sweets for desserts, breakfasts and snacks, which you can use to complete those days when you don't know what to prepare for the family.
We start with delicious appetizers, such as the bolinhos de bacalhau that we have found in the blog Tomates Verdes Fritos, which continues to publish appetizing recipes every day. This recipe of Portuguese origin has enchanted us. We have also really liked the express tuna chocolates that Silvia teaches us in My Sweet Temptation, which seem ideal to start an aperitif or snack food.
To amuse everyone, nothing as original as the Focaccia with vegetable designs that we have found in Food, Travel and Wine whose photo you have above. And since we have the oven on, we are running to see the Italian-style chicken breasts from Marichu recipes and mine, which has returned to its blog.
We continue with main dishes such as an original squid marmitako that we have seen in Nati's kitchen, my dear Falsarius Chef's imposter marmitako of canned bonito or the sautéed beef with broccoli that they have made in the blog Anna's kitchen that has super-palatable result these days.
We finalize our selection of savory recipes with the caramel and cauliflower soupy rice from María José from the Dit i fet blog, which I craved as soon as I saw it, as I imagine it will happen to you when you see the photograph and the magnificent butter chicken of garlic and rosemary Guillermo that they prepare in Chez Silvia, with whose photograph we have started our Walk this week.
After the initial fever that entered everyone when confinement with the confectionery began, it seems that the issue has loosened a bit, but luckily for those with a sweet tooth there are still many sweet proposals worthy of being included in our Walk biweekly.
So, I suggest you take a look at the Tropezienne cake that Hilmar teaches us on his blog, My Favorite Recipes. Although it is a laborious recipe, it is worth preparing if you have time. Simpler but always delicious, the Tarta tatin proposal from The Curious Spoon, which always comes out well following its directions.
Especially for those with a sweet tooth, the coffee flan taught by María José from MJ's recipes and the puff pastry cake and tangerine cream with crumble from Lechuza's kitchen, both appetizing for any celebration.
You will also like Quocinando's Cinnamon rolls, an entertaining recipe that children and adults will like, ideal for breakfast and snacks. Also for a snack, Carlos's delicious lemon crackers at Mercado Calabajío, a reference of good work in the kitchen.
And we finish with the wonderful blood orange cake and extra virgin olive oil that Elvira de Los cerezos en Flor has prepared, whose splendid photo leaves us with a good taste in the mouth to face another week at home, eating well and taking care of ourselves as much as possible.