Kotlet is a pan-fried patty, traditionally made in Iran using ground beef, onion, and potato. I tried making them with ground turkey and I think this recipe is just as delicious as the beef version– and probably a little healthier. They are crispy on the outside and soft and incredibly flavorful on the inside. Compared to most kotlet recipes, this recipe is very quick and easy to make, leaves you with minimal dishes to clean at the end, and allows for a lot of leeway as far as the ingredients go– in my experience, it is hard to mess them up! Kotlet is perfect for picnics or when traveling, and can be eaten alone, with rice, or in sandwiches, hot or cold.
Dark chocolate cupcakes filled with Nutella and a hazelnut, and topped off with the lightest, creamiest, Nutella-iest buttercream frosting make these mini cupcakes even more satisfying and decadent than regular sized cupcakes. I can’t even explain how delicious they are! They taste just like a fluffy, velvety, cake version of Ferrero Rocher. Their small size makes them great for entertaining and sharing with friends and family and perfectly encapsulates all the amazing flavors in each bite! Read the rest of this entry »