This Japanese dish is such a warm and comforting option on those rainy or cold days. Different than the regular curry you’re often used to, the Japanese has a thicker consistency and sure is a crowd pleaser!
Learn how to make this easy, crispy and tender pork katsu – the Japanese version of schnitzel.
This easy no knead bread recipe is a great starting point for anyone who feels intimidated by bread making!
Banh Xeo (literal translation: sizzling cake) is a crispy, thin crepe-like pancake that is another staples of Viet street food. You can find a banh xeo food cart almost at every corner of Saigon. Wrapped in rice paper with lots of refreshing greens, this dish will transport you to the streets of Saigon.
The famous Korean short ribs, or Kalbi! You will find this in almost every Korean restaurant or BBQ joints. So easy to make, so tender and juicy!
Nuoc cham is an essential dipping sauce in Vietnam, despite the pungent smell of fish sauce. The recipe shows you the basic recipe to make nuoc cham and differrent way to customize it to your own taste buds.
This fragrant scallion (green onion) oil adds so much depth and flavours to a lot Vietnamese dishes.
This is a garnish made from shrimp and often eaten with rice flour dishes like banh beo, banh cuon, etc. It is considered as a staples to the Viet cuisine from the central region.
One of the staples of street foods from central Vietnam, Banh Beo always brings me back to my childhood. This is originated from the central region but now becomes widely known throughout the country.
This easy and simple Greek chicken will for sure wow you and your dinner party guests. Chicken are tender, juicy and takes no time to prepare.