If you’re trying to impress a loved one, are having a friend over for dinner or simply want to test your skills, then whipping up a tasty and healthy dish is the way to go. When you’re used to cooking for one, however, getting the balance right for two people can be more than a little tricky and if you’re not careful, you might find that you mess up the quantities or misjudge the timings, failing at the first hurdle. In reality, cooking for two should not be an extra burden at all and once you get the hang of things, you might find your skills improving no end. Want to become a culinary master? It’s time to get cooking.
Balancing the high with the low, this crab and avocado omelet is a great way to hone your cooking skills and make the most out of your meal time. Blending crab, asparagus and avocado in the breakfast time classic, the meal is hearty enough to serve two hungry people and simple enough to be whipped up in the blink of an eye. Prepare to impress.
Want something a little sweeter to impress your loved one with? These cinnamon rolls make a great sharing dish and are the perfect way to enjoy a lazy and long morning meal. Topped off with a homemade Greek yogurt icing, the rolls are far more healthy than you might have thought, helping you and your partner to start the day the right way.
Salads are a great way of getting a balanced and tasty meal but they rarely come with any kind of variation. That is, until now. This salad Lyonnaise is one of the best ways you can impress your loved ones while making the most out of your kitchen skills and better yet, it won’t cost you a lot of extra time. Warming up leafy greens, the extra egg and bacon are what make this salad really great and after one try of this simple dish, you might want to expand your healthy repertoire even further.
There are few foods out there in the market quite as good for you as quinoa and if you want to whip up a meal to really impress, then these healthy bowls might just be the dish for you. Loaded with healthy soy, tofu and quinoa, these dinner dishes are one of the healthiest ways you can practice your cooking skills and after one taste of this meal, your loved one might never want to eat anyone else’s food again.
Sweet, simple and with enough servings for two, these individual carrot cakes are the perfect way in which to top off any meal. Containing no grains or nuts, these sweet treats get their flavor from chickpea and sunflower flours, bringing the recipe an altogether nutty taste. Topped off with a goat cheese and maple syrup topping, the carrot cakes are a tasty twist on the traditional recipe and are bound to impress.