Blood Dumpling Soup πŸ˜‹

A recent craving for everything to do with dumplings led me to a recipe I found on the Internet, and that’s it. It is made by crushing cassava, sweet potatoes and plantains into a dough of some consistency and eating it in small balls, dipped in soup or sauce. The curdled soup is kneaded withContinue reading “Blood Dumpling Soup πŸ˜‹”

Shepherd’s Pie πŸ˜‹

We’re in the middle of the polar vortex and all we want to do is eat plants – based on that, so Shepherd’s Pie is season! One of my husband’s favourite dishes this winter is lentil shepherd’s pie, which consists of lentils, mashed potatoes and some gravy. If ever there was a comfort food, especiallyContinue reading “Shepherd’s Pie πŸ˜‹”

Unag 🀒

Hitsumabushi (hitsumabsushi) is a piece of grilled Unagi served with rice of the specialty Nagoya. Unagi can be prepared in many different ways, but the most popular is kabayaki, in which Unagai fillets are grilled and fried in a savoury or sweet sauce. It is also used in nigiri sushi, a thin piece of grilledContinue reading “Unag 🀒”

Rabbit & Prunes πŸ˜‹

This is a rich and nutritious way to serve rabbit meat that the whole family will love. This rabbit recipe is great for winter stews and fricassee. Sources: 1, 10 I also used the slow cooker method with Sunsweet, and the California plum juice as the base for the sauce means it is really easyContinue reading “Rabbit & Prunes πŸ˜‹”

Tom Kha Gai πŸ˜‹

Prepare this amazing Thai soup and suddenly Tom Kha Gai is a powerhouse against colds and fevers. The ingredients of the Tom Kha Gai recipe (tmkhaaaik) are quite simple and the preparation method is mainly coconut milk, which is the most important part. I will share this Tom-Gha recipe step by step, just like youContinue reading “Tom Kha Gai πŸ˜‹”

Bouillabaisse 🀒

Bouillabaisse is, in its most austere form, an assertive, flavoured, richly structured saffron-seafood stew, almost always served in two courses. When properly prepared, the fish is baked in a soup, not stewed, and is served along the French Mediterranean coast. The spicy fish soup known as bouillabsse has long been one of the most popularContinue reading “Bouillabaisse 🀒”

Tafelspitz πŸ˜‹

The Tafelspitz is considered by many as the national dish of Austria and is a beef cooked with root vegetables and spices. It is usually served with roast potatoes, but boiled potatoes or potato pancakes are also popular. In Germany it is often served as a sausage or hamburger, in Austria it is often baked.Continue reading “Tafelspitz πŸ˜‹”

Bangers and Mash πŸ˜‹

Succulent sausages on a bed of buttery mashed potatoes, soaked in a rich onion sauce, is the best and tastiest dish in the world. Did i tell you how delicious this dish is yet? Bangers and mash, also known as sausage and potatoes, is a hearty and delicious meal it consists of three main ingredients,Continue reading “Bangers and Mash πŸ˜‹”

Seafood Stew 🀒

A soothing stew stuffed with seafood, prawns, cod, clams and more clams, all simmering in a rich broth of tomatoes, white wine and fish broth. It’s an absolute eye-catcher for a dish, but I’m a fish lover myself, so I had to make it. My personal chef is the actual chef responsible for preparing thisContinue reading “Seafood Stew 🀒”

Ukrainian Borscht πŸ˜‹

This fermented liquid made from beets and other ground veggies is the basis for this winter soup in Poland. It is the most popular of borscht varieties. In short, the borscht soup is beautiful and deserves to be included in your regular soup repertoire. I promise you that it will be one of the mostContinue reading “Ukrainian Borscht πŸ˜‹”

Hainanese Chicken Rice πŸ˜‹

I’ve always wanted to try proper Hainanese Chicken Rice since a friend recommended it and I finally had the chance to try it out for myself. Nuro Bistro menu is filled with dishes that include a wide range of ingredients – onions, rice, pasta and even flavoured rice such as Hainanese Chicken Rice. The chickenContinue reading “Hainanese Chicken Rice πŸ˜‹”