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The Best Food Recipes You Need to Give a Try

Real Food Recipes are the way to go! These truly healthy real food recipes are your answer to what to eat for dinner! These recipes are made using wholesome ingredients only. Be sure to try out these recipes. Your friends and family will love it!

Chicago Style Shawarma

Inspired by the famous traditional street food recipe from the Middle East, this dish incorporates some very interesting ingredients. A combination of tahini (sesame) and garlic, the traditional dish is spiced and cooked with tahini or garlic oil.

Chicago Style Shawarma

Other than that, ingredients used are mangoes, tomatoes, onions, cumin, ginger, rosemary, and other herbs and spices commonly found in Middle Eastern dishes. Even the typical ingredients found in grocery stores (sour cream, olive oil, etc.) are used in authentic Middle Eastern Street food recipes.

Grilled Chicken Recipe

For a casual dinner in your backyard, you can transform your usual grilled chicken into a delicious, mouthwatering, and authentic (real) comfort food recipe. Start by grilling plain, skinless chicken. Make sure it is dry and as pink as can be. Use lemon oil for that extra delicious hint.

After removing the skin, you can add chopped onions, bell pepper, cumin, ginger, garlic, coriander, and lemon juice for that delicious tang. Grill until the chicken is perfectly done and then serve with a sauce of your choice.


Another terrific family favorite is the traditional lasagna dinner recipe. You can try the low-fat, low-calorie version of the lasagna as well. With this delicious and easy to make dinner, you can have a great dinner time.

Noodles Served with a Creamy Sauce

One of the most popular ways to use low-carb noodles in creating a tasty, low-calorie alternative to pasta is to make a wonderful, new favorite sauce to add to your noodles and enhance its taste. You can create a creamy, delicious sauce for your noodles in just a matter of minutes using your favorite ingredients. With a few spices, your new favorite sauce is ready to use in a snap.

Kebab with Rice, Vegetables and Sauce.

It is easy to enjoy creamy foods when you add just the right sauces to them. If you often eat chicken, you will want to try preparing a chicken kebab with some delicious sauce added to it. Chicken kebab with rice and vegetables works well as a satisfying meal, and it will leave you feeling happy about the healthy choice you are making in your dinner.

It is not a bad idea to pair up your creamy chicken kebabs with some spinach and zucchini sausages. These ingredients will add some healthy crunch to your dinner and will also be delicious. Cook your zucchini and spinach in your Instant Pot, and throw in a few boneless, skinless chicken breasts when you are done cooking the tofu. You should have a delicious dinner that you can enjoy with your family.

Creamy Cheesecake

If you have never tried comfort food, be sure to try a creamy cheesecake. At first, you may find that this recipe is too creamy for your taste. However, as you keep eating it, you will find yourself enjoying the flavor.

Creamy Cheesecake

Cooking in a Skillet

If you are looking for a great comfort food recipe that you can prepare in a snap, then you may want to try making fried rice in a skillet. Fried rice tastes great with some vegetables and a good sauce. The cool thing about a skillet is that it also comes with a cute silver tray that you can use to serve your dinner. The ease of preparing this dish is another huge plus.

Mexican Cuisine

Traditional Flavoring Ingredients of Mexican Cuisine

The thought of Burritos, tacos, nachos and guacamole and any of the Mexican food is simply mouth watering. We have never come across a sane person who would say no to a taco or nachos with salsa and lemon by the side

So, what’s the deal about these minimalistic Mexican dishes that draw the entire world towards their cuisine? Their basic food like cooked beans and rice taste like heaven by themselves, without the addiction of spices.

Mexican Cuisine

The flavoring ingredients are the key to their culinary success. Anything ranging from a few herbs to leaves and stems, works wonder in their dishes. In this article, let’s find out more about the flavoring ingredients used in the Mexican cuisines, that imparts those divine flavors.

Garlic and Onion

Recipes like the taco seasoning, Spanish rice are some of the dishes where garlic has the upper hand. This does not mean they’re overpowering the other ingredients in the dish. They add a hint of garlic just to smother those fragrance on your palate.

Onions are another must-have in the Mexican dishes. Either fresh, raw onion or powered onion, in conjunction with the garlic cloves or powder works wonders.


Cumin is being used in cooking and other medicinal sectors for centuries in the name of Ayurveda. Despite providing medicinal properties and essential vitamins like zinc, they add a Smokey and earthy flavor to all Mexican dishes.

 Mexican Oregano

Mexican oregano is not just your typical oregano that you add to your pizza or pasta, they called Origanum Vulgare which are of the Mediterranean origin. They compliment the best when they’re seasoned on tomatoes with cheese. Another recipe for your Saturday night or a potential hangover food.


You cannot spot a Mexican dish without garnishing it with a cilantro. Salsa and guacamole are some of the most prominent foods that load on cilantro or coriander.

Red Chilly powder

Most part of the world uses black pepper to add the spice to the dish. However, Mexican cuisines use both black pepper and the red-hot chili powder to add to the hint of smokiness and a spicy flavor.


Cloves work the best for desserts. They contain a warm aroma with a hot and sweet and smokey flavor that works the best for desserts.


It is one of the lesser known Mexican seasonings that are majorly used to favor beans. Now you know why your regular home-made beans tastes so bland and why the Mexican restaurant beans tastes like heaven on earth.


It is famous for its rich and warm flavors that are not only used for desserts, but also for a whole course chicken dinner, etc. For example, a small amount of cocoa and peanut butter is sued to make a thick, dark colored mole that is used as a sauce over chicken.

 Cinnamon and anise

 Cinnamon and anise

These two ingredients or spices also consist of the unique spicy favors, which when added to cakes and pastries add a great deal of flavor.