Delicious Woman’s day recipes

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On the Woman’s day, it’s time to raise a toast to the beautiful and strong. And you can make this special day better by preparing delicious foods for special ladies in your life. These recipes are fabulous and easy, you don’t need any special skills or tools to make them.

Yogurt kebabs

This is a healthier version of traditional kebabs. It’s still very delicious because a mix of raisins, yogurt, cottage cheese, oats and almonds just can’t taste bad. It gives the kebabs a creamy texture that will you have coming for more.

Hang yogurt in a muslin cloth for at least 5 hours. Take ginger and onion and sauté it in oil until the onion gets translucent. Let it cool for 20 minutes. Take a bowl, add yoghurt, cottage cheese, raisins, onion mixture and almonds. Add cardamom and pepper powder and salt to taste. Mix everything together and make round patties. Add a bit of cornflour on the outer layer. Crush the pats and dredge every piece in the powder. Take a pan and grease it with oil, then grill the patties until they turn brown. Serve hot with your favorite sauce.

White chocolate cheesecake

This cheesecake is much easier to make than it sounds. With just little bit of effort you will get rounded, beautiful vanilla flavor cheesecake. Keep in mind that it needs to set in the fridge for at least 5 hours to be perfect and get the right consistency. You can add pistachios and pomegranate seeds on top to make it more festive, even though I like it plain and easy.

As with any cheesecake, you will want to eat more of it. The chocolate cheesecake requires only simple ingredients and you will get a dessert with tenderly smooth consistency and a very gentle taste.

Creamy broccoli mac and cheese

This is one of the creamiest and flavorful mac and cheese that you can make in less than 30 minutes. This is the classic comfort food that is made fancy for a special day. It’s also perfect if you want to add more greens. All you need to do is to prepare pasta according to package instructions, drain water. Take a big skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Add shallot and garlic and cook for 2 minutes or until they become fragrant.

Add  flour and cook for a minute or until browned. Gently add milk, Dijon mustard and half and half and cook for 3 minutes. The sauce should get thicker. If it’s too thick, add a little bit more milk. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Season all the ingredients until combined and serve hot.

Healthy vegan fudges

These fudges have gone through a lot of changes because the base is avocado paste and hiding its taste was a bit of a challenge. Avocado also has a strong taste and this is not what you want in a delicious dessert. The final result is a delicious dessert that requires only 1 bowl, 30 minutes of your time and very basic ingredients. No fancy vegan oils or butters.

Take a medium loaf pan and line in with parchment paper. If you cook a big batch, you might need more than one pan. Take a food processor, add coconut and mix well until you get a liquidy butter or paste. It usually takes around 4 minutes. Then scrap down the sides and add cocoa butter, nut butter, maple syrup, cacao powder, vanilla and sea salt. Mix everything together until combines, scrap down the sides. Finally, chop dates and add them to the mixture. Taste the mixture and adjust it to your liking: you can add more cacao powder, vanilla flavor or maple syrup. If you want nut-flavored fudges, add your favorite nuts.

If the mixture is too thick, you need to add a bit more maple syrup or melted butter. It should be easy to pour. Take a loaf pan and transfer the mixture onto it, then carefully spread into one layer. Top with cacao nibs if you want a chocolatier flavor. Cover with plastic wrap and freeze for about 20 minutes or until firm. Then cut into even squares or any shape you like. You can use a cookie cutter to make nice shapes. Serve immediately. You can store leftovers in a fridge for a week or in a freezer for a month. They are the most delicious at room temperature. You can add your favorite jam or ice cream for a fancier dessert.

Oat burger and sweet potato wedges

There are many delicious burgers out there that require meat preparation but this one doesn’t – it features oats and potato wedges that hold together well. With a little bit of time and effort you can create delicious burgers to impress a woman in your life.

Start by pre-heating the oven to 180C. Cut sweet potatoes into wedges and place them on a baking tray. Add olive oil, salt and pepper to your taste. Bake the wedges for 30 minutes. Take chickpeas, drain excess water and rinse in cold water. Take a bowl, add the chickpeas and mash them with a fork. They should have a chunky texture. Add oats, olive oil, salt and pepper and combine well. Shape the mixture into burgers of a desirable size with your hands.

Take a frying pan and heat it up with a bit of olive oil. Fry the burgers for 2 minutes on every side or until they become golden. Then place them in the oven with the potatoes for 10-15 minutes. Use this time to remove the seed form the avocado and scoop out the rest. Take a bowl, add avocado, chopped tomatoes and lime juice. Use your favorite seasoning to adjust the taste of the mixture. When the burgers and wedges are out of the oven, combine them together and serve while hot.

Lemon-lime squares

If your favorite ladies enjoy lemon and lime desserts, these squares will be their favorites. They are also really easy to make, so you don’t have a reason not to make them to celebrate women. Start by preheating the oven to 350F. Take a baking pan and drizzle it with oil.

Now you need to make the base: Take the food processor bowl and add brown sugar, flour and salt and pulse 3-4 times to combine. Add softened butter and pulse 2-3 more times until the dough starts to form lumps. Put the dough into the pan and gently press to form an even layer, Bake for 20 minutes or until the middle of the dough will turn golden.

Now it is time to prepare delicious topping: take a bowl of a food processor and add eggs, sugar, salt and citrus juices, then combine it well. Add flour and zest and combine again. It should look like a thick sauce. Remove the bread from the oven and pour liquid sauce over the top. Return the pan to the oven and lower the temperature to 300F. Bake for 20 minutes or before the topping has set. Let it cool in the pan for an hour and cut into equal pieces. Sift sprinkles or confectioners’ sugar over the pieces before serving.

Vegetable salad with passion fruit dressing

On a special day you want to have a salad that have splashes of color, different textures from being it another standard salad, and this dish brings you everything and more. The fruit add a surprising flavor and freshness to this salad, and since it is light and festive, less is more and you don’t need many ingredients. If you don’t have a passionfruit, you can use crushed kiwi instead.

To make the dressing, you just need to place everything in a jug and whisk until it is creamy and thick. Then peel and deseed the cucumber, chop into juliennes. Do the same with pears and apples. Halve the tomatoes. Wash the salad greens and dry in a salad spinner. here you can experiment with the ingredients and adjust the sweetness of the salad. If you don’t like fruity flavor, add just a little bit of pear and apple.

Take a large bowl and cut the greens into pieces, add to the bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients. Add the dressing and toss until every piece is coated. Top with almonds or any nuts to your liking. If you have edible flowers, it’s the perfect way to decorate the salad to celebrate the Woman’s day.

Melon balls

I’m sure everyone will love these refreshing melon balls with ginger and lemon flavors. This dessert is really easy to make and fun to eat. Start by deseeding the melon and scooping out the flesh. Use melon baller to get round balls. Sprinkle sugar, then add ginger and lemon extract. Chill for 20 minutes and serve.

If you need to extract the juice, you should clean ginger, remove its skin and crush it. Then squeeze into a bowl. One little piece of ginger is enough or it can overpower the melon. Then squeeze lemon into the bowl, mix the juices and keep aside. I recommend making it right before the party because they taste the best while fresh. They are not suitable for meal prep because the juices will destroy the lemon taste.

Moroccan tajine salad

This is a classic North African salad that requires yogurt, Moroccan seasoning, mint seasoning, roasted pumpkin, mint leaves, cherry tomatoes, prunes, couscous and rocket leaves. When you have all the ingredients, making the salad takes less than 15 minutes.

Take the pumpkin and marinate chopped garlic, fresh thyme, salt, pepper and oil. Keep it in the oven for roasting. Blanch carrots and set aside. Take a pan, drizzle it with oil, add chopped garlic and zucchini and sauté for 3 minutes. Season with salt and pepper and remove from the stovetop. Take a bowl, add zucchini, chickpeas, carrots, tomatoes and pumpkin. Add chopped mint, parsley, coriander and Moroccan spice powder. Add the salad greens to the bowl and save a couple of leaves to garnish. Add half the quantity of the vegetables and couscous. Add almond flakes and cut prunes. Garnish with mint and salad leaves. Drop a few dollops of the dressing. Decorate with anything you like, for example, with Sumac powder.

The International Women’s Day is a great opportunity to show your ladies appreciation by cooking a delicious dinner. It’s easy to find desserts and dinner recipes that don’t require any special knowledge to make high-quality food. It’s always a huge plus if you remember the tastes of the ladies.

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