These Asian tuna nachos are light and tasty, and even the non-seafood lovers enjoy them. With one bite, you can experience four contrasting notes: the crunch of the chip against the soft tuna, and the salt on the wonton and tuna against the sweetness of the balsamic reduction.
I first discovered Brioche when I made this Pain Perdu recipe by Gordon Ramsay. Brioche has a high egg and butter content, which gives it a rich and tender crumb. Sounds perfect for French toast. Indeed, in my opinion, the best bread for making this dish.
What’s not to love about the taste and smell of pumpkin? It’s probably the most dominant flavor that prepares us for the most wonderful time of the year. To indulge myself in the culinary delights of the holiday season, I created this amazing, sweet and salty pumpkin ravioli dish. Loaded with bold flavors and spices, this dish is sure to impress your guests.