I had a serious craving for a Japanese Cuisine today, so all i made was teriyaki Chicken, Tempura Vegetables and Sushi Rice. Beautiful combination! For Tempura you can use pretty much anything, but in my today’s selection- sweet potato, french … Continue reading Tempura Vegetables!
Original recipe i got from a book “Japanese Women Don’t Get Old or Fat”,the home version of the classic dish, but it was for Teriyaki fish, so i adjusted it, as usual. Once you buy all the sauces, they last … Continue reading Teriyaki Chicken!
This is one of my favorite soups, i tried it first in Thailand and fell in love with it. Every now and then, i have a craving for this soup, but unfortunately, my kids don’t like it…too spicy, too hot…whatever! … Continue reading Tom Kha Gai!
The reasons, why i am making these today are 1. Too easy to make. 2. I had all the ingredients. These traditionally made with bacon, but i had roast lamb from yesterday, and why not to use it??? ingredients: Puff … Continue reading Quiches with roast lamb.
i have a very complicated son number 4, who only has a small list of dishes, that he eats. And pretty much, doesn’t eat anything else, that I cook. This salad is on the list…lol. You can use either frozen or chilled crab sticks. If using frozen, like me, make sure they are fully defrosted before starting cutting them. Ingredients: Crab sticks- 1 kg ( can be reduced) chopped Canned corn- 2 cans, drained Cucumber- 1 large peeled and diced Eggs- 8-10 boiled, finely chopped Chives- 1 bunch chopped Mayonnaise- 200 g Salt, pepper Directions: Combine all the ingredients. Done. … Continue reading Crab sticks salad!
As i mentioned earlier, i used to live in Kenya, and in lot’s of gatherings this dish was served. I really liked it, especially, the fact, that everyone cooks it differently. This dish originally comes from a Kikuyu tribe in … Continue reading Irio. Kenyan Cuisine.
I am not sure, what is the origin of this dish, but i have been making it for quite a while now. And i have been adjusting it all the time, by adding spices, for example and changing the way … Continue reading Cabbage and Sausage Stew!
i personally think it’s an easiest dish in the planet! I can see a lot of people use matzo meal or panko crumbs, but I think … Continue reading Potato latkes!
I remember years ago, when I was a little girl, a Russian chef came to our house and showed me how to prepare it. I have never forgotten the recipe. Interestingly enough traditional recipe has mushrooms at all and used … Continue reading Beef Stroganoff Traditional Russian Recipe!
I am quite fond of crushed potatoes, it’s very easy to make them, and the taste is completely different to any other potato recipes. I steam them first, but you can boil them of course. I am using thai style … Continue reading Crushed Baby Potatoes with Olives, Cherry Tomatoes and Rosemary!
The most important thing about stir-fry it’s to have everything ready and next to you. So get all the sauces and everything chopped and next to you. This stir-fry is good with rice or noodles, if you like. Ingredients: Beef- … Continue reading Stir-fry, beef and lots of Veges.!