While I was clearing up my fridge today, I found 2 medium-sized potatoes isolating themselves at the corner of my vegetable compartment. I thought I must cook them up before they grow sprout. And since I am going to make spaghetti bolognese for dinner, baking these would make good side dishes. Rummaging for other ingredients to go with them, I found some mozarella cheese and bacon chips. "Perfect! I'll just make Bacon Hasselback Potatoes".Hasselback potatoes are Swedish version of baked potatoes. The nam... read more »
Since I have 2 ripe bananas sitting on our kitchen counter untouched for 2 days, I reckon my hubby wouldn't want to eat them anymore, so I decided to fry some of my favourite banana fritters or better known as 'cekodok pisang' for our snacking after dinner. 'Cekodok Pisang' is a Malay snack that is usually savour during tea time. It is made of mash bananas and flour, and is fried. A good 'cekodok pisang' is crispy on the outside and fluffyly chewy on the inside. There was one period, a stall was set up n... read more »
It is so fun to make these pretzels! And so easy to make too! I thought it would be hard to work on the dough but it is really easy. After letting it rest, the dough is really soft and easy to work with. I'd only have difficulties shaping the pretzels. But practice makes perfect. After a few first pretzels, I've begun to familiarized with the shaping and have so much fun making it.
These pretzels are really soft and yummylicious. The key to these yummy pretzels are good butter. Without the fragrant fro... read more »
Baby Corn Manchurian
Baby corn Manchuriancan serve it by itself or with tomato ketch-up as appetizer or starter. It can also be served as a side dish with fried rice and soup.
For Making the Batter:
Baby Corn - 10 to 15 nos. All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1/4 cup Cornflour - 1/4 cup Black Pepper Powder - 1/2 tsp. Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tsp. Salt - 3/4 tsp Water - 1/2 cup Oil for frying
For the Manchurian Sauce.
Spring Onions - few
Green Chilies - 2.
Ginger - smal... read more »
1kg black cabbage (kale).
12 slices of tuscan breadGarlicExtra-virgin olive oil.Salt
Clean and wash the cabbagecarefully and cook in a litre and a half of boiling, salted water. When it is cooked, toast the bread, rub a clove of garlic over each slice and place in soup bowls. Pour over a little of the cooking water to moisten and top with the cabbage leaves, roughly chopped. Pour over the oil and dust with salt and if you want freshly ground black pepper. INGREDIENTI1 kg di ... read more »
Vittorio’s Steak House is located at 121 Forab Building, Kamuning, Quezon City. Vittorio’s Steak House name came from Chef Vittorio’s father, since he dedicated it to him and by the way Vittorio’s Steak House is not supposed be the name, it should be Vittorio’s Restaurant, but due to name registration issues Vittorio’s Steak House was Read more...
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CASHEWNUT CHICKEN FRY Cashewnut Chicken Fryis an amazing snack for evening and for any parties.It can also be serve as side dish for Rice,Chapitis and Naan.
INGREDIENTS Boneless Chicken - 500gm ( 1/2 kg) Egg - 1 Cashewnut - 20 Garlic - 5 Cloves Ginger - 1 inch Size Black pepper powder - 1tsp Maida (All Purpose Flour) - 2 tsp Corn Flour - 2 tsp Salt - 1 tspMETHOD
Clean the Boneless Chicken with water and pat it dry.Cut the Chicken into small pieces.Take 20 Cashew... read more »
What could be easier and more delightful than a shrimp cocktail to start off your meal? Plus this delicious shrimp cocktail will not wreck your diet. Shrimp cocktail is a classic American dish. It is among the most popular appetizers, and for good reason: Its simple, refined, and delicious. Even if youve never cooked shrimp  read more »
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When it comes to leafy greens, you get a green light to eat as much as you want — thats how good they are for you! As a general rule, you should aim to eat at least 2 1/2 cups of cooked vegetables and that includes leafy greens. As long as theyre prepared in a  read more »