Tag: Food

Indian Sweet Potato Dal

Indian Sweet Potato Dal Dal is the most important staple food in India and Nepal. Dals are frequently eaten with flatbreads such as rotis or chapatis or with rice, a… Read More

The best Momos in Pokhara (Nepal 20)

Last post: Back in Civilization (Nepal 19) On our second day in Pokhara we decided to go out to find some good authentic Nepalese food. No, we where not looking… Read More

Dipping Sauce for Nepalese Momos

Dipping Sauce for Nepalese Momos Momos are the best and most eaten snack in Nepal. And Momos are always eaten with a spicy dipping sauce. In our simple recipe we… Read More

Hanoi – I love you! (SEA 96)

The streets of Hanoi

Hanoi – I love you! (SEA 96) Last post: Where to eat the best Street Food in Hanoi (SEA 95) Honestly I have to say that I woke up with… Read More

Where to eat the best Street Food in Hanoi (SEA 95)

Where to eat the best Street Food in Hanoi (SEA 95) Last post: A road trip in Vietnam (SEA 94) It was rainy when my bus passed the city border… Read More

Street Food in Da Lat (SEA 87)

Street Food in Da Lat (SEA 87) Last post: Outdoor sports in Da Lat (SEA 86) On my last day in Da Lat Anni (The owner of the Family Hostel)… Read More

Luang Prabang: Food, temples and markets (SEA 62)

Luang Prabang: Food, temples and markets (SEA 62) Last post: Finally I arrived in Luang Prabang (SEA 61) This morning I went to the big market of Luang Prabang with… Read More

How to organize your Visa for Myanmar in Bangkok (SEA 28)

Last post: Back to Bangkok (SEA 27) We got up at 3 am to organize our Visa for Myanmar. We´ve booked our flights with Air Asia already so we have… Read More

North Indian Samosas

North Indian Samosas

North Indian Samosas Samosas are fried snacks and will be served all over India. This is our recipe for traditional North Indian Samosas. Or as you would say in India:… Read More

Sesame Seeds in Asian Cuisine

What is it and where does it grow? Sesame (/ˈsɛsəmiː/; Sesamum indicum) is a flowering plant in the genus Sesamum. Numerous wild relatives occur in Africa and a smaller number… Read More