These recipes are a collection of my favorite recipes featured in the CHEFBear app. Each of them has been curated and thoroughly tested so they are guaranteed to be both simple and delicious. These recipes are like having me in kitchen as your sous chef. These recipes a great way to find your next ideal recipe and at the same time expand both your food knowledge and palate.
Find a fun new way to prepare a standard staple, beef. CHEFBear has curated several simple delicious new beef recipes that are tried and tested in the CHEFBear kitchen to ensure their quality. Expand your palette and food knowledge while discovering new favorites.
Pan-sautéed asparagus, peas & radishes with tarragon are a welcomed accompaniment to almost any roast meat dish. A hint of butter and light seasoning make these vegetables extra delicous.
Take advantage of fresh baby carrots while in season and make this easy yet sophisticated classy side dish. Glazed in brown sugar and spiked with vinegar for a sweet and sour taste.
Dried basil add a classy note to homey quick bread! In this hearty bread basic pantry ingredients come together for a magnificent treat to make this new family-favorite bread.
This is one of our healthiest meal ideas that takes almost no time to prepare. Just combine chopped chicken and avocado with salsa, cilantro and lime for the perfect chicken salad to serve with chips or on a sandwich.
Craving the flavors of antipasto? Try this irresistable fusion of antipasto and panzanella salad. It is easy to make and pairs excellently with my homemade eggplant parmesan recipe.
Forget the old-fashioned fries and try these traditional German-inspired noodle-like potato strips that kids or adults everyone would love alike. Serve on a special occasion or make a flavorful side for fast weeknight meals.
The traditional scalloped potatoes or au gratin has great deal of cheese and bread crumbs but this recipe is given a healthy spin, with the choice of gluten free and dairy free version if you prefer. This simple and quick scalloped potato dish will surely become a staple once you try it with fancy dinner recipes.
How could you possibly make a classic comfort food like mashed potatoes even better? Find out with this easy potato recipe that includes creamy homemade aioli. It makes your potatoes ultra- fluffy and imparts a delicate flavor. Serve it as a side with any of your family’s favorite meals.
Fresh mint leaves and butter liven up this peas & pearl onion sauté, this classic side dish is fantastic when served with grilled turkey or fish.
Bulger is a whole wheat grain and a light substitute for rice. You can either cook or just soak to make it – get the directions to both here. Serve with the stews, sauté, curries or roasted vegetables. The healthy and perfect side for Sunday dinners.
Cut zucchini into thick slices if you want them to be firm inside and crispy outside. These oven-baked zucchini sticks taste as good as the deep-fried ones with only a fraction of calories. Serve with your favorite sauce for dipping.
Whir parsnips into a rich, healthier low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes. This simple side perks up with garlic, milk and butter, making it creamy and luscious to melt-in-your-mouth. Pair with a meat stew for a decadent meal.
Here’s a simple green bean sauté with feta that is quite appropriate for a special meal along with other fancy dinner ideas, it is also versatile enough for fast weeknight meals. Serve with braised oxtails and Belgian strong dark ale for a lavish dinner.
Baking fries gives them the golden crunch that you crave without the added fat of deep-frying. Try these Greek-inspired ones that are seasoned with aromatic herbs, tomatoes and tangy feta cheese. They bake up crispy and brown and are perfect with a side of tzatziki sauce.
The Yunnan area of China has a tropical feel, which is reflected in their lighter fare of fresh fruit, delicately spiced meats, and nutty grains. As a prime example, this vegetarian side dish includes tropical pineapple and plump raisins.
Potato pancakes are a traditional favorite in Germany and Bavaria, and are like Jewish latkes. A side of sweet applesauce is the perfect pairing for the fluffy pancakes. This is one of the most appropriate recipes if you are looking for healthy and easy breakfast recipes.
This Bavarian style red cabbage recipe has a delicious sweet and sour twist from a splash of vinegar and a touch of brown sugar. This is a healthy dish compliments any German entree and is just as tasty served the next day.
Instead of buying frozen rolls for Easter dinner, why not make some from scratch? These light, buttery rolls are easy to make, and look beautiful in a serving basket. After you make the quick yeast dough and let it rise, roll individual triangles into crescent shapes. They puff up gorgeously in the oven, with a light brown crust. Serve these fluffy rolls with plenty of creamy butter.
This easy oven roasted potato recipe comes together with very little work. The secret is to preheat your sheet tray while the oven is preheating. This ensures a crispy and golden brown potato that is super tender on the inside.
While the Paskha loaf is usually reserved for dessert, you may want a denser Greek bread to serve with the other courses of your brunch. This hearty bread has a consistency like sourdough bread, with a sweet kiss of honey. Serve your guests slices of this delightfully crusty bread to dip into the flavorful meat juices of the roast lamb.
This cheese ball recipe is a snap to make and looks so impressive on the appetizer table. It is a velvety mixture of cream cheese and cheddar cheese. The cheeseball gets rolled in a delectable coating of diced green onions, bacon bits, and chopped pecans. Try this colorful appetizer with your favorite crackers, or fresh vegetables.
While many people are familiar with artichoke dip, some may not know how delicious this spring veggie is for other dishes. Artichokes are native to the Mediterranean region, and were prized by the Romans, who inspired this recipe. The artichokes are braised in the oven in a sauce of white wine, olive oil, garlic, and fresh herbs. It is perfect for a spring brunch!
This traditional Uzbek Achichuk salad is simply dressed chop salad and features a bounty refreshing bounty of tomatoes, cucumber, onions, carrots, and radishes. This salad pairs well with spicy dishes.
Our beer cheese stuffing is a fun twist from your traditional stuffing. While the base of it is the same as any stuffing, this recipe includes bacon, IPA beer, sharp white cheddar cheese and a shot of Worcestershire sauce for extra flavor!
Pasta is an inexpensive staple that can be part of any tasty global cuisine you choose, like my Asian-style garlic noodle recipe. Simply toss al dente pasta with earthy mushrooms, colorful veggies with garlic and other Asian-inspired herbs & spices.