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14 Sweet and Savory Turnover Recipes You Must Try

14 Sweet and Savory Turnover Recipes You Must Try


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Turnovers come in all shapes and sizes

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Stuff these crispy, golden pastries with your favorite filling to experience turnover perfection.

Take a bite of a turnover. Whether your turnover is filled with piping hot cheese, perfectly spiced meat, or honeyed fruit, one thing is certain: Turnovers are a culinary delight.

It is no wonder these handheld treats, which make for a wonderful on-the-go feast, are celebrated around the world. From empanadas to calzones to sambosas, turnovers come in many forms, but the basic formula remains the same.

Click here for 15 delicious turnover recipes. (slideshow).

Let your creativity flow when you craft your turnovers. Anything goes with these catchall baked goods. Simply choose your pastry dough, decide on a sweet or savory filling, and seal your turnover with an egg wash. Once your turnover is baked to the perfect golden brown, the taste test begins.

Check out our 15 picks that will take you straight to turnover bliss. These recipes celebrate all the best qualities a turnover has to offer, with fillings that include cheese, tofu, berries, apples, and more. Celebrate this delectable food in its many, many forms.

Apple and Pecan Turnovers

Just like warm apple pie, except more portable. This Apple and Pecan Turnover tastes like the classic American dessert, but is slightly easier to produce.

Cheese and Grape Turnovers


The combination of cheese and grapes in a doughy crust creates the perfect blend of sweet and salty in this Cheese and Grape Turnover.


Angela Carlos is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter, and tweet @angelaccarlos your favorite turnover recipes.


20 Polish Recipes That Are Easy to Make

This collection of Polish recipes is simply irresistible! From pierogi to haluski, you&rsquoll love making these dishes that have been passed down for generations.

Poland is known for its history and mesmerizing cities, but did you know that its cuisine is also just as mind-blowing? There&rsquos more to Polish food than just pierogies!

Polish dishes typically contain meats, sauerkraut, cucumbers, mushrooms, and are flavored with a wide array of herbs and spices.

The cuisine might not be as popular as French or Italian, but it deserves the spotlight just as much.

Today, I&rsquom featuring the best food that Poland has to offer so that you can get to know the cuisine better.

From appetizers to sides and mains to dessert, I have you covered!

These dishes are super-rich and high in calories! But trust me, they&rsquore worth it. Let&rsquos dig in!


23 Macaron Recipes for Your Confection-Lovin’ Sweet Tooth

Pssst. Did you hear? Brit + Co's 10-week business program for women, Selfmade, is back for the summer! And that also means our scholarship program is back in action thanks to our amazing partner, Office Depot. Keep reading for more about the life-changing program and how to join the thriving, entrepreneurial community that's helped mentor over 5,700 women to date.

What's Selfmade?

Designed to help you create a new business or grow your existing one, this course is personally led by Brit + Co founder Brit Morin, and supported by more than a dozen of the top female entrepreneurs, creatives, and investors in the country. Students receive personalized coaching on everything from how to get out of your comfort zone to how to scale your business, and everything in between. And now, thanks to our founding sponsor Office Depot, even more of you can join the course!

When is the program?

The summer session of Selfmade kicks off Monday, June 28 and runs for 10 weeks through Friday, September 3, 2021.

How much does it cost to enroll?

The enrollment price is $2,000, but for the summer session, we're thrilled to team up with Office Depot to grant 200 FREE scholarship seats to the course. Scholarships are open to US residents, focusing on women of color, women from underserved and underrepresented communities, and women in need of support to help them trail-blaze. After all, we firmly believe that your support system is a huge part of how you achieve greatness, and we are here to cheer all of you on.

To nominate yourself or someone you know for a scholarship, head to our application form right here. The deadline for scholarship applications is June 8 — it's time to take the leap!

Once scholarship recipients are chosen in June, prospective students will have 48 hours to accept their seats, so keep an eye on your inbox starting June 8! For those who don't receive a full-ride scholarship, you'll be eligible to receive a special discount and perks just for applying!

So what are you waiting for? Take a chance on yourself and get yourself one step closer to truly being selfmade. Learn more about the Selfmade program, apply for a scholarship and prepare to be inspired :)

Discover what valuable lessons these small business owners and entrepreneurs took away from the spring session of the Selfmade 10-week course at Selfmade Success Stories.


15 Sweet, Savory, and Totally Amazing Tart Recipes

Making a tart is like making a pie, but much easier. There's no top crust to trap the heat, so your filling won't become a soupy mess that makes your bottom crust all soggy. There's no wondering whether it's done, because you can look at it and tell. In short, it's a perfect alternative for those occasions when you want to make a recipe you haven't done before but can't afford to get it wrong &mdash like your friend's potluck, brunch with your boyfriend's parents, or dinner with your boss.

1. Chocolate Almond and Buckwheat Tart

This jaw-droppingly gorgeous creation is basically a fudgy brownie with a nutty buckwheat and almond crust. And, as we all know, brownie + crust is mathematically the best dessert ever.

2. Berries and Cream Tart

This deliciously fresh tart recipe gets its inspiration from cheesecake, without packing a 600-calorie punch. Win, win.

3. Tomato Chevre Tart

A savory tart, brimming with heirloom tomatoes and creamy chevre, holds up beautifully for laid back picnics or outdoor parties.

4. Strawberry Lemonade Tart

If only all desserts could be as cool, creamy, and fresh as this strawberry lemonade tart.

5. Asparagus and Goat Cheese Galette

Quite possibly the perfect brunch food, this asparagus and goat cheese galette is worthy of fancy gatherings, but is also ideal for a chill gathering with friends.

6. Simple Blackberry Tart

Summer fruit will be here soon enough, and when it arrives, you'll want to make the very best of juicy blackberries with this effortless tart.

7. Raspberry Almond Crumb Tart

Though this pretty tart sports a from-scratch almond crust and more than a quart of fresh raspberries, it's the perfectly buttery and sweet crumb topping that will have everyone clamoring for seconds.

8. Brown Butter Apple Tart

Butter usually plays a supporting role in baked goods, but here, browned butter is front and center, lending a distinct nuttiness to the familiar deliciousness of baked apples.

9. Roasted Pear and Brie Galette

A galette is a free-form tart you shape by hand. Which is to say, if it's supposed to be rustic, you can't mess it up. (Also, the winning combination of pears and Brie will ensure that everyone loves it.)

10. Blackberry Lime Cheesecake Tart

Even if you've never made a tart before, this totally simple, absolutely delicious cheesecake tart will have everyone thinking you went to pastry school.

11. Gluten-Free Herbed Goat Cheese Tart

This GF herbed goat cheese tart is pretty perfect for a romantic meal or intimate dinner. And if you're new to gluten-free baking, this straightforward crust recipe is a great place to start.

12. Spanish Nut Tart

This Spanish-style glazed nut tart is all kinds of sweet and delicious.

13. Raspberry Honey Goat Cheese Tartlets

These adorable GF tartlets with fresh raspberries and goat cheese are an awesome way to end a dinner party.

14. Lemon Meringue Tarts

Tiny lemon meringue tarts are an excellent way to spiff up store-bought graham cracker crusts. They're also an excellent way to have a beautiful, lemony tart all to yourself. (You're welcome.)

15. Plum and Almond Cream Tart

By the time plum season rolls around, it's likely that you've had your fill of summer fruit. But hold tight, because baked plums have a special tangy-sweet magic that leads directly to dessert perfection and/or eternal love. Now you know.

Elizabeth Stark is a food writer with a passion for seasonal food, great desserts, and inadvisable wine pairings. Read more on her blog, Brooklyn Supper.


Aish el Saraya-Middle Eastern Dessert


We love desserts! And if it is Arabic sweets, we love them even more. I just cant get enough of Arabic sweets, so i am always in search for recipes. You all must be aware of my love for it. I have posted quite a few arabic sweets recipe already, some of them are Arabic bread pudding, Umm-Ali, Kataif Asaferi, and Kanafe Naame. Check them out if you haven’t before.



Just recently i found this super easy recipe of this Middle Eastern dessert named aish el saraya! Made it and devoured every bit of it. It looks a lot like umm-Ali but there is difference between both.


I served this dessert to my Jordanian guest yesterday and he loved it. He said it was delicious! This comment coming from an expert made me very happy.


It is very simple to make this pudding, so this is gonna be my go to dessert when I’m short of time, when I’m entertaining and when i need something eggless or rich and creamy from now on. You all should try this. Its too good.


Serves 5-6

1 tablespoon of orange blossom water

400 gms sweetened condensed milk (1 tin)

1-2 tsp orange blossom water

Toasted bread rusk (about 30 small rusks enough to line the dish you are setting the sweet in)

Chopped pistachios for garnish

    Place the toasted bread rusks in a square dish.

For the syrup: Mix in sugar, water, lemon juice in a pan and heat in a medium heat. Once the sugar has melted add in the rose water and orange blossom water. Remove from flame. Allow to cool a little.

Pour in the syrup over the rusk and allow to soak. Then line another layer of rusk and pour in the syrup. Let all of it soak the syrup well.

A) Mix the cornflour in about 1/2 cup of cold milk and mix well.


B) Combine together milk, cream, condensed milk and corn flour mixture in a heavy bottom pan and heat it on medium heat. Keep stirring till it gets smooth and thick. Once it thickens add in the rose and orange blossom water.

C) Stir it a bit more till you get a “thick” pudding like pouring consistency.

D) Pour over the rusk. Sprinkle in the chopped pistachios.


Notes:

✔️ The cream part of the pudding is soo yummy that you can make that alone as a pudding by omitting the rusk part.

✔️ Instead of the rusk you can also use toasted bread.

✔️ I didn’t have orange blossom water with me, so i used the rose water alone.


23 Macaron Recipes for Your Confection-Lovin’ Sweet Tooth

Pssst. Did you hear? Brit + Co's 10-week business program for women, Selfmade, is back for the summer! And that also means our scholarship program is back in action thanks to our amazing partner, Office Depot. Keep reading for more about the life-changing program and how to join the thriving, entrepreneurial community that's helped mentor over 5,700 women to date.

What's Selfmade?

Designed to help you create a new business or grow your existing one, this course is personally led by Brit + Co founder Brit Morin, and supported by more than a dozen of the top female entrepreneurs, creatives, and investors in the country. Students receive personalized coaching on everything from how to get out of your comfort zone to how to scale your business, and everything in between. And now, thanks to our founding sponsor Office Depot, even more of you can join the course!

When is the program?

The summer session of Selfmade kicks off Monday, June 28 and runs for 10 weeks through Friday, September 3, 2021.

How much does it cost to enroll?

The enrollment price is $2,000, but for the summer session, we're thrilled to team up with Office Depot to grant 200 FREE scholarship seats to the course. Scholarships are open to US residents, focusing on women of color, women from underserved and underrepresented communities, and women in need of support to help them trail-blaze. After all, we firmly believe that your support system is a huge part of how you achieve greatness, and we are here to cheer all of you on.

To nominate yourself or someone you know for a scholarship, head to our application form right here. The deadline for scholarship applications is June 8 — it's time to take the leap!

Once scholarship recipients are chosen in June, prospective students will have 48 hours to accept their seats, so keep an eye on your inbox starting June 8! For those who don't receive a full-ride scholarship, you'll be eligible to receive a special discount and perks just for applying!

So what are you waiting for? Take a chance on yourself and get yourself one step closer to truly being selfmade. Learn more about the Selfmade program, apply for a scholarship and prepare to be inspired :)

Discover what valuable lessons these small business owners and entrepreneurs took away from the spring session of the Selfmade 10-week course at Selfmade Success Stories.


5. Pork Belly Salad

Did you know that pork fat is healthier than beef and lamb fat? It is loaded with vitamin B and other minerals, as well.

Who says you have to limit your meat to fish and chicken when you&rsquore trying to be healthy?

This pork belly salad isn&rsquot only tasty, but also meets your nutritional needs!

Combining crisp and succulent meat, apples, walnuts, and a sweet dressing, this salad has the perfect balance of flavors and textures.


14 Easy and Delicious Ham Recipes for Easter

What's Easter dinner without ham? Bonus: Delicious leftovers for days!

Planning your Easter Sunday menu? Get our favorite easy ham recipes here, and don't forget to check out our favorite no-stress Easter dinner recipes and desserts to enjoy after the meal is over.

Save these Easter ham recipes for later by pinning this image, and follow Country Living on Pinterest for more inspiration.

Ready to impress your guests? Opt for this easy and punchy glaze, which features fresh lemon zest, ginger, cayenne pepper, and a healthy dose of sweet honey.

Apple cider vinegar, apricot preserves, and Dijion mustard combine to create the perfect sweet and tangy ham glaze.


44 Savory Breakfast Casserole Recipes

I’ve never been a big breakfast person, mostly because it seems like most breakfast recipes are so sweet. And I’m more of a savory kind of girl (but don’t tell my sweet tooth), so I just never got into it. My husband insists that I’m not human when I tell him I’m not a big fan of pancakes, but it’s the truth.

Thankfully there’s eggs. And bacon. Most importantly, bacon. And savory breakfast casseroles. So today I’m sharing 44 of the BEST Savory Breakfast Casserole Recipes for the savory lovers out there like me, because everyone needs a delicious and super easy breakfast casserole recipe in their recipe box. Some are overnight breakfast casserole recipes and some are quiches. Some have sausage, some have bacon, some have bacon, and SOME have all of the above. But they all are yummy.


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Pumpkin Pasties

A favorite treat at any magical feast, pumpkin pasties are surprisingly easy to make (even for muggles). We developed two pumpkin-based fillings&mdashone sweet and one savory&mdashfor these buttery hand pies, so they&rsquore perfect for serving (alongside a goblet of pumpkin juice!) at any point during a Harry Potter inspired party. If you&rsquore looking to save a little time and effort, you can certainly opt for prepared, refrigerated pie dough.


Basic Macaron Recipe

Ingredients

For macaron shells:

  • ▢ 100 g super fine almond flour Note 1
  • ▢ 75 g powdered sugar/confectioners sugar Note 2
  • ▢ 70 g egg whites, at room temperature (about 1/3 cup)
  • ▢ 75 g fine granulated sugar Note 3
  • ▢ ¼ teaspoon cream of tartar optional (Note 4)
  • ▢ ¼ teaspoon coarse kosher salt
  • ▢ Gel food coloring if desired

For buttercream filling:

  • ▢ 2 large egg yolks
  • ▢ ¼ cup (50g) sugar
  • ▢ 3 ½ tablespoons milk
  • ▢ ½ cup (115g) unsalted butter, softened
  • ▢ 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Instructions

Tips & Notes:

Nutrition Facts:

Did you make this? Show me your creation! Tag me @shineshka and hashtag it #sweetandsavorybyshinee!

Excerpt from my original post from January 13, 2013:

Just a few months ago, these pretty little cookies popped on the screens everywhere I went. So dainty, colorful and tempting! Everyone was all ohs and ahs about how wonderful these treats are.

I’m curious person by nature. And since I could not find anything like this where I live (I live in the middle nowhere!), I googled the recipe for these beautiful treats. Found ton of recipes, read countless tips and tricks (apparently they are quite finicky!), drooled over many, many gorgeous photos, and I finally made them!

Oh, sweet little macarons, where have you been all my life? They were so absolutely delicious.

To make up for all the lost time without these gems, I was on the roll making them day and night. Ok, maybe a little exaggeration, but you got the idea, I was obsessed!

I can’t say I’ve perfected these delicate little cookies yet. But as you can see they’re not that bad.

Now, that I had made these gems more than handful of times and I’m pretty confident with the technique, and I thought I would share my process.

This recipe was originally published on January 13, 2013, and last updated on May 27th, 2020.


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