Got a party in an hour? These are the quickest recipes!By Staff Writer - 2 min read
Have your friends just called you to inform that they'll be having dinner at your place tonight? Does your husband
Have your friends just called you to inform that they'll be having dinner at your place tonight? Does your husband want to invite all his friends to a party but you dread the tiresome cooking exercise? If yes, then read on folks!
Today we bring to you a list of the quickest, simplest yet surprisingly delicious dinner ideas that will make your life easy.
1. Spanish Tortilla
This succulent Spanish dish is very versatile and easy to whip. This omelet can be served hot or cold and is an amazing way of using all the ingredients in your pantry. Now how to make this divinely delicious recipe for your dinner party?
Quite simply, beat 4 eggs in a bowl and add all the vegetables you have at home, like tomatoes, onions, and spinach, add in crumbled or grated cheese, jarred red peppers or cooked sausage with a pinch of salt and a teaspoon of lime juice. You could even add some jalapenos if you want to. Next, Heat a tablespoon of butter in a frying pan and pour the mixture when the butter melts. Serve with garlic bread.
2. Devils on horseback
Isn't the name exciting? Devil’s on Horseback is a clever dinner recipe to impress your guests. What do you need to make this amazing dish?
24 quality prunes
24 blanched almonds
Extra virgin oil
12 rashers of higher-welfare smoked bacon
Destone the prunes and make a small incision on each. Next, season the almonds with salt and drizzle some oil on them, then stuff them in the prunes. Halve the rashers of bacon across the middle and gently wrap a stuffed prune in each. Preheat the oven to 195 degrees and cook the bacon rashers with the prunes for approximately 15 minutes.
Crisp devils on horseback are ready to be served!
3. Creamy polenta with garlic and basil butter
This elegant dinner recipe is going to make your guests go nuts! All you need are the following ingredients:
A bulb of garlic
200 ml milk
200 g of polenta
125g of butter
Preheat your oven to 200 degrees. Peel away all, but one of the papery leaves of the garlic bulb, then slice off the top centimeter to obtain the cross-section of the cloves.
After placing garlic on a sheet of tin foil, drizzle oil on it. Wrap it up, pop in a baking tray and roast in the oven for twenty-five minutes. Meanwhile, pour milk into a large, heavy pan along with 800ml of water, in addition to 1 teaspoon of sea salt and bring to boil.
Pour in the polenta in a thin stream, whisking it all the while. Turn down the heat to the lowest and let it cook for half an hour, stirring every five minutes. Next, melt the butter and blend half of it with fresh basil. Squeeze all of the garlic cloves out of their skins and add them to basil along with a generous grating of nutmeg. Blitz to a vibrant green butter and transfer it into a small pan.
Cook it for five more minutes at low heat and then set it aside. When the polenta is ready, grate the cheese and stir in the remaining butter.
Serve immediately with the basil butter served on the top.
Try out these divinely delicious and easy dinner recipes to impress your guests and family members with your exceptional cooking skills!