"Pan bagnat," literally translated, means "wet bread." Essentially, the idea for this recipe is that the oils soak into the bread, lending it flavor. Try subbing basil for lettuce, or adding cucumbers or roasted red peppers.
While napoleons originally used to be pastry cream filled layers of puff pastry, this is a savory take on the dish using vegetables, salsa, and cheese.
Don't have dill on hand for these delicious gyros? Try substituting fresh mint!
This is a recipe that we learned during our recent class on Mediterranean cooking. This recipe can be cooked in the oven or in a crock pot (both directions are included below).
This is a versatile cake that could work well as a dessert or accompanying your morning coffee. Also great with raspberries, this cake is a great way to use the less common red currants.
If you haven't had fresh pasta, you haven't had pasta. Combine that with a delicious alfredo and fresh vegetables and you have a winning dinner.
These Crepes are an explosion of flavor. Sweet and savory, they are sure to be a hit.
Looking for the perfect side dish that could also pass as a full meal? This fried rice is the perfect solution.
Nothing beats a good pancake, and these take the cake. These sweet and rich pancakes will be everyone's favorite breakfast treat.