So that day we had chicken stuffed peppers with our bulgur pilaf and they were OH-SO-GOOD. I personally don’t like traditional eastern type of stuffed peppers because they are mostly filled with rice therefore they are really dense. Here is my version of stuffed peppers that I made for the first time, I’m thinking of more diverse ingredients to use next time I’m making these babies!
We loved the bubbly mozzarella on top and juicy chicken inside the pepper, such a great combination in total.
Being an Iranian who has lived in three different countries and loves cooking, I am lucky enough to learn about different cultures and cuisines, so beautiful to know that behind each dish, lies a mysterious, deep story. I am going to share all my stories and everything I have learned and made with everyone as soon as I can.
It’s not easy to find blueberries and raspberries in the Middle east, so when I saw blueberries and raspberries for an acceptable price in a supermarket in Istanbul, I got so excited and bought some! And then we were thinking whether we should make a blueberry pie or a mixed berry tart, and well it was so hot that day and thinking about a mixed berry tart with that creamy custard and amazing crust made us crave the tart!
I just love chocolate. It’s like the remedy for everything! When I’m happy, I eat chocolate, when I’m sad, I eat chocolate, when I’m bored, I eat chocolate, when I’m excited, well guess what? I eat chocolate!!
My family loves chocolate baked goods, whether it’s brownies, chocolate cake, fudge, you name it, we love it!!
So this time when I was in Istanbul, Turkey (long story, will write about it soon) and my family visited us, I decided to make these amazing chocolate chip muffins that are just so easy and delicious, when you take a bite, you feel the melted chocolate chips and the bliss of a whole chocolate taste!