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Mediterranean Chicken Fajitas is a mashup of two cuisines; the format is Tex-Mex although the flavours are purely Mediterranean with lots of thyme, garlic and olive oil. Plus, it’s an ultra-light and easy dinner! Guac and Pico de Gallo a la Mediterranean To start with, let me explain the toppings. This version of guacamole is made similar to the original one except, it uses flat-leaf parsley instead of cilantro. Mediterranean means olive oil, garlic, thyme and parsley to me so the Pico de Gallo as well is packed with those 4 ingredients. Overall, these Mediterranean Chicken Fajitas are healthy, milder and a different way to eat up those wraps! The Filling The filling is a typical chicken fillet, bell pepper and onion. First, I sauteed the chicken in a wok with some olive oil, garlic and thyme. Then finished it up with the veggies! Overall, this dish got milder and simpler aromatics than usual fajitas which…

Cured ham and sage chicken rolls with mediterranean veggies like zucchinis, yellow pepper, tomatoes, onion, garlic, rosemary and thyme casserole is a light, packed with flavor, easy meal. I know… it’s a long… long… title for such a simple dish. A beloved “under 30 minutes meal” recipe, and filled with mediterranean flavors, who can resist that? The cured ham enveloping the chicken breast is my version of a Canadian recipe called in french: tournedos de poulet. Which consist of a chicken breast enrolled circularly  (supreme) with bacon and holds with the help of a string, so it stays round during coccion. Since living abroad in Spain, I have to reproduce those recipes the best I can, so… for this particular recipe makeover, I’ve took a leaner than bacon meat; cured ham. Then add a little sage leaves in between the slices of ham and the chicken to give it a extra mediterranean flair.…

Easy Baked Ratatouille Provençale is a colourful vegetarian dish consisting of thinly sliced zucchini, eggplant, tomato and bell pepper swimming in a tomato, goat cheese, thyme sauce drizzled with olive oil and a few olives. Easy Baked Ratatouille with Olives is such a delight for the eyes and the taste buds. Really simple to make in under 30 minutes. Simply need a mandoline and you’ll get this fantastic-looking and tasting dish made in no time! The secret of this dish lay at the bottom of the dish. A sauce made with; goat cheese, tomato, garlic, pepper and thyme. When merged with all the top veggies it turns into a splendid explosion of flavour! I usually serve ratatouille with rice, or couscous, and make sure to add the bottom juice all over the rice. Goat Cheese in the Ratatouille? Even the biggest goat cheese skeptic might fall for this one. You’ll see… it gives the ratatouille a whole…

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