World Cuisine
cream beef stew

Easter Dish In France: Banquette de Veau

Banquette de Veau, classic meat stew seasoned with white sauce, is a representative Easter dish in France. It has mild and warm taste. Though cooking it includes some cumbersome process, it’s not difficult. Read more

Inari-zushi

Sushi Recipes: Inari-zushi

Inari-zushi is suitable for picnic foods. It is made of deep-fried tofu that tastes sweet and nicely salty. The shape of Inari-zushi is similar to the pocket filled with seasoned rice. You can make these filling with finely chopped carrot, lotus root, cucumber, sesames, black seeds and so on. Read more

Temakizushi

Sushi Recipes: Temakizushi (Temaki-zushi)

Temaki-zushi is the one of the easiest sushi to make at home. “Te” means hands, “Maki” means “roll”. Read more

wrapped rice

How To Make Three Korean Vegetable Wrapped Rices

Planning a diet is one of the issues of most housewives, wrapped rice in vegetables would make it easy. Because wrapped rice dish is made with fresh season vegetables, it helps to prepare a well-balanced diet. It has some benefits. First, kinds of vegetables wrapping rice are diverse, and second, we have many choices about choose the ingredients which are put into a wrapped rice. Read more

breakfast burritos

Weekend Brunch: Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast burritos can be one of the best weekend brunch menu. Easy and no need to hurry. This is a Mexican-American standard - ground beef, scrambled eggs, and cheddar cheese wrapped in a flour tortilla. Read more

mushroom risotto

Mushroom Risotto

Risotto is primarily about the rice and to get that nice and creamy finish you want a higher starch rice. Medium and short grained rice have a higher starch content. Read more

Farfalle with Feta Cheese and Grape Tomatoes

Farfalle with Feta Cheese and Grape Tomatoes

In a large pot, cook pasta in boiling salted water; cook according to package directions; drain. Read more

Sushi

Making Sushi At Home + Tips

The most important thing for making sushi is the temperature of sushi. It should be maintained 40F, so your hands need to be soaked in ice water frequently while cooking. When seasoning the rice, use vinegar made from rice. It is sourer then usual vinegers and the sourness lasts long, which makes the taste more flavorful and maintain freshness. Read more

Saffron Rice Pilaf

Basic Saffron Rice Pilaf

Pilaf is a dish in which rice is cooked in a seasoned broth. You can also put various spices like saffron which adds a great flavor. Read more

Lime and pepper hummus

Easy Lime And Pepper Hummus Recipe

Hummus is a very popular Middle Eastern dip that is used as an appetizer and served with pita bread. Read more

green curry

Green Chicken Curry Recipe

This is a delicious yet simple green chicken curry recipe for people seriously pushed for time. Read more

fondue

Warm and Rich Flavor -Three Fondue Recipes

Fondue was originated from the time when in some cold regions, snow piled up and became difficult to come and go, so people stayed in their house and melted cheese and dipped bread into it. Read more

Vietnamese Rice Paper

How To Buy Vietnamese Rice Paper

Rice paper used for Vietnamese food is made from rice, water, and salt. Rice paper is a thin steamed rice sheet that has been dried. Traditionally, rice paper gets dried on bamboo mats or stretchers of sorts, which explains why they have a woven pattern. You can soften it in warm water and eat. Read more

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe for St. Patrick's Day

Corned beef and cabbage is not an Irish tradition, but one of the most popular Irish-American meal for St. Patrick's Day. If there's leftover, you can make Reuben sandwiches or Corned beef hash. Read more

Dublin Coddle

Irish Dublin Coddle Recipe

This traditional Irish supper dish of sausages, bacon, onions and potatoes dates back as far as the early eighteenth century. Read more

Reuben Sandwich

Corned Beef Reuben Sandwich

A perfect combination of corned beef with rye bread, Swiss cheese, and cabbage. Read more

crepe

How to Make Basic Crepes

The word "crepe" came from French origin, deriving from the Latin crispa, meaning "curled". You can serve it with a variety of fillings. This is how to make basic crepes. Read more

fish taco

Fish Tacos Recipe

Marinate the fish with salt and pepper. Read more

Guinness beef stew

How to Cook With Beer: 5 Guinness Stout Recipes

Guinness Beer is one of the first things to come to mind on St. Patrick’s Day. With more than 250 years of history, Guinness has been considered one of Ireland’s most revered stout beers. It also adds a subtly sweet grain flavor and enhances the tastes of steaks, stews, fry-ups, and even dessert such as ice cream and cake. Read more

Irish stew

Irish Stew

Irish stew is a traditional stew made from lamb, or mutton, potatoes, onions, and carrots. Read more

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