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Yuzu, Wasabi & Lime Curd Castella

Yuzu, Wasabi & Lime Curd Castella

Castella is one of the many famous Japanese sponge cake which you can’t easily found from other region. But it isn’t possible anymore to make your own at home. So, here’s a fancy recipe to share with. Get the Recipe: Yuzu, Wasabi & Lime Curd Castella

 Lamb Chops Calabria Style with Tomatoes, Peppers, and Olives

Lamb Chops Calabria Style with Tomatoes, Peppers, and Olives

The cuisine of Calabria is typical southern Italian Mediterranean – meat based dishes, vegetables, pasta, and fish. Because their climate is humid (high risk of mold and spoilage), Calabrians preserve their food by packing veggies and meat in olive oil, making sausage and curing fish (swordfish, sardines, and cod). The food is simple and delicious. This dish is easy to prepare and dinner is on th…

Chooley Bhature

Chooley Bhature

This is a very famous Indian snack recipe which has a Chickpea curry and fried Indian flatbread. It is gorgeous and highly addictive. Get the Recipe: Chooley Bhature

Vegetable Korma

Vegetable Korma

This is a one pot vegetable korma which is a beautiful dish which can be made with frozen vegetables if you do not have fresh ones available. It is a very impressive dish that looks complicated but is so easy and simple to make. Get the Recipe: Vegetable Korma

Ricotta Cheese Parathas

Ricotta Cheese Parathas

This is a beautiful and easy recipe of a Paratha (Indian flatbread with stuffing). I have added a twist to this recipe with some Raisins and Green chillies giving it a sweet and chilli taste. It is so easy to make and absolutely melts in your mouth. Get the Recipe: Ricotta Cheese Parathas

Easy Indian Cooking – Peas Masala

Easy Indian Cooking – Peas Masala

When you have to cook every day, you tend to find short cuts to make the recipe flavorful, yet simple and less time- consuming. I am no different. When I truly cannot figure out what to cook for dinner I resort to some old-fashioned recipes from the kitchens of my mother and grandmothers. You get the point – something that brings back childhood memories and reminds me of home. Though I don’t follow every detail…

Lentil Tacos with Sliced Olives

Lentil Tacos with Sliced Olives

The beloved taco gets a modern vegan update with lentils instead of beef, lots of spices, and a garnish of sliced ripe olives, of course. Meatless Monday, here we come! From the original site: My family loved this meatless mixture in tacos so much that I began to use it in a lot of other ways, too: –in cheese quesadillas –in burritos with rice and cheese –in enchiladas –dabbed onto t…

The Original Kim Chi Recipe

The Original Kim Chi Recipe

I love Korean Kimchi! The most basic type of Kimchi in Korea is called Bae Chu Kimchi and is made of cabbage and anchovies or fish sauce and Korean red chili powder call Gochujang! I learned how to make Bae Chu Kimchi from a room mate I had in college and he and his mother taught me all kinds of Korean food dishes once they saw that I had a MAJOR interest in them. I have been making Kimchi since 1987 and I love it! So lear…

The Priest Fainted (Imam Bayildi, a Turkish Dish)

The Priest Fainted (Imam Bayildi, a Turkish Dish)

Imam Bayildi ( The Priest Fainted) is one of the most well-known Turkish “Zeytinyagli” Olive Oil Dishes. In the orginal recipe, fried eggplant stuffed with tomato, onion, garlic and parsley, baked in the oven and served cold. My version of Imam Bayildi is lighter and easier than the original one. Ingredients: Ingredients: 4 medium-sized eggplants 3-4 cloves garlic, chopped 2 lbs tomatoes, blanched, p…

Summer Shrimp Sushi

Summer Shrimp Sushi

If you’ve never tried to make sushi rolls (maki) before, it’s a fun thing to try… especially if you have a little helper like I did.    It makes a great appetizer or first course for a dinner party–or add a salad or some steamed edamame, and I’d eat it for dinner by itself! It also could be fun activity to do with friends… get together and have a sushi party, with multiple…

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