Tag: Recipes

Coconut Rice Pancakes from Thailand (Khanom Khrok)

Coconut Rice Pancakes from Thailand (Khanom Khrok) Khanom khrok or coconut-rice pancakes are one of the ancient Thai desserts. They are prepared by mixing rice flour, sugar, and coconut milk… Read More

Thai Chili Dip (Nam Prik Kapi)

Thai Chili Dip (Nam Prik Kapi) When it comes to Thai chili dipping sauces (known in Thai as nam prik or nam phrik) nothing is more common or widely loved… Read More

Udon Noodles with Crispy Tofu

Udon Noodles with Crispy Tofu This Japanese wheat based Udon noodles are a perfect base for a fast and simple dish. You can buy them dried or -as we use… Read More

Asian Seleriac Soup with Saffron

Asian Seleriac Soup with Saffron I loved to eat seleriac since I was a child. My mother used to cook a typical German seleriac soup and it was delicious. But… Read More

Masala Chai (Chai Latte)

Masala Chai (Chai Latte) Masala chai, literally “mixed-spice tea” is a flavoured tea beverage made by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices and herbs. Originating in… Read More

Indian Cabbage Curry (Bandha Gobi)

Indian Cabbage Curry (Bandha Gobi) Bandha Gobi is a simple and cheap but not less delicious recipe that is cooked in nearby every household in India. The ingredients are not… Read More

Laotian Crispy Rice Salad (Nam Khao)

Laotian Crispy Rice Salad (Nam Khao) Nam khao is a laotian kind of rice salad made with fried rice balls. It´s a bit work to prepare it but if you… Read More

Pumpkin and Tofu Dumplings

Pumpkin and Tofu Dumplings We love the pumpking season like the kids like to see the scary pumpkin faces in front of the doors. So you can find recipes like… Read More

Penang Mee Goreng

Penang Mee Goreng

Penang Mee Goreng Mee Goreng is a typical street food dish in Malaysia that can be eaten in Penangs hawker food places. Next to Char Koay Teow (Also a stir… Read More

Chinese Lettuce Wraps (Sung Choi Bao)

Chinese Lettuce Wraps (Sung Choi Bao) Sung Choi Bao is a simple dish of minced, spiced meat that is wrapped in a crisp lettuse leaf. This dish has its origin… Read More