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March 8 is traditionally not complete without a festive table. It doesn’t matter if a big celebration is expected, a modest family feast or a romantic dinner – dishes with honey will always be appropriate. Such food is tasty, aromatic, healthy – you will probably come back to these recipes more than once!

What a festive table without a hot meat dish in an exquisite marinade? For example, honey duck.

For this dish you will need:

  • duck carcass;
  • a small lemon;
  • onion;
  • 100 g. Honey (it is best to buy buckwheat honey);
  • 3-4 tbsp. liqueur (orange or lemon);
  • salt, mustard, red pepper, lemon juice.

We wash the duck well, dry it. Mix the pepper, lemon juice, salt, grease the duck with this mass, let it stand (if you want the fat to melt a little, put the bird in a preheated oven for 10 minutes). Prepare a marinade based on honey with mustard and liqueur, mix thoroughly, coat the bird and put it on a baking sheet. Put onion and lemon cut into circles on top. We put the duck in a hot oven, bake until tender.

For an appetizer, we will serve a light and delicious salad with honey dressing.

We will take seasonal fruits and cheese as a basis – it is better to take 100 g each of several varieties of different consistency and taste, for example, blue with mold and any hard. In addition, we need:

  • 1 tsp lemon juice;
  • pine nuts;
  • large pomegranate seeds for decoration;
  • 1 st. l. honey and olive oil;
  • 2 large pears.

Fry pine nuts in a dry frying pan until golden brown. Peel the pears, cut into small cubes. Cut the cheese into thin strips. Mix together pears, pomegranate seeds, cheese and nuts. Before serving, put salad in bowls and pour over with olive oil, honey and lemon juice dressing. Garnish with rosemary sprigs or pear wedges.

The best way to end your festive dinner is dessert.

Since summer is not far off and lovely ladies want to meet him “in shape”, it will be light and healthy, curd-fruit with honey. For him we need:

  • 3 tsp. starch and lemon juice;
  • fruits (apples, kiwi, oranges);
  • a pound of low-fat cottage cheese;
  • 1.5 tbsp. l. honey;
  • cinnamon (optional);
  • 30 g of butter;
  • 1 egg;
  • 1 tsp. sugar and bread crumbs.

Separate the egg white from the yolk, beat until foam with a mixer. Mix cottage cheese, honey, starch, cinnamon, lemon juice and egg yolk, mix well, add whipped egg white and stir again. Wash fruits, peel, cut kiwi and oranges into slices, apples into thin slices. Grease the baking tins with butter, sprinkle with breadcrumbs, lay the fruit in layers (optional), put the curd mass on top and bake for half an hour at 200 ° C.