Porcini Mushroom and Cavolo Nero Linguini {Recipe}

This bowl of deliciousness is actually a pasta I randomly made out of necessity for lunch one day. It was the day before we went for our weekly shop, and the fridge was looking sparce. I was out of most things except for a bit of cavolo nero (black kale) and leftover raw red bell…

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Korean spicy barbecue pork belly lettuce wraps + spicy dipping sauce {Dwaejibulgogi +Ssamjang}

So one of my favourite foods is dwaejibulgogi, korean spicy pork belly bqq! It’s deliciously chewy, sweet and spicy. When eaten with lettuce wraps, you get a crisp, clean bite that compliments the many flavours of the meat and spicy dipping sauce. This recipe is super easy to make. Although the original recipe calls for…

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Tasty Tuesday: Sweet and Spicy Prawn (KKanpung Saeu)

This prawn dish is hubby’s favourite, and while it is a bit time intensive, it’s absolutely worth it. Sweet, sour, and spicy prawns are always delicious! This particular recipe is a Korean twist on a popular Chinese dish. Do keep in mind that if fish isn’t your thing, you can swap the prawn out for…

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Tasty Tuesday: Silken Tofu in Clay Pot with Enoki Mushroom

So I LOOOOOVE steamed silken tofu. It’s just divine. I bought a clay pot 6 months ago to cook yummy thing in. I’ve noticed that cooking on low heat in a clay pot really enhances the flavour, because it allowing the food to simmer and steam slowly without overlooking cooking in a beautifully insulated clay…

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Tasty Tuesday: KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) aka Dakgangjeong

I love chicken wings, especially when they are deliciously crunchy and savoury. Nothing says comfort food more than chicken wings and beer, but I’m tired of the bland hot wings we tend to find out here. They’re lacking flavour and just not spicy enough. Luckily I found an easy and tasty recipe to remedy this…

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Tasty Tuesday: Mom’s Famous Egg Curry Recipe

For as long as I can remember, every single event featured my mom’s egg curry. It was delicious, warm, full of flavour, and quite easy to make for large batches. She boils the eggs in a large batch, cools, then fries each egg. My Mom used to always make the sauce at home by simply…

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Tasty Tuesday: Battle of the Brands! Mae Ploy VS Maesri

For this week’s Tasty Tuesday, I thought I’d share my personal experience with home cooking and making Thai-styled green curry at home. It’s a battle between curry brands Mae Ploy and Maesri! Which will make the most delicious green curry?    Scenario: Last Saturday I decided to cook up some green curry. Previously, we had…

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Tasty Tuesday: Let Them Eat (Lemon Yogurt) Cake!🍋

If you like cakes, the tart of lemon balanced by the sweetness of sugar, and moist texture that will make everyone gobble up this goodness, then make this. Enjoy your cake without a side of beheading or hint of a French Revolution. I wouldn’t mind the dresses and wigs though, TBH. Marie Antoinette was for…

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Tasty Tuesday: The Sukuti Life

Nepali’s absolutely love sukuti. The word itself makes most people’s mouth start to water. What is sukuti? It is goat meat that has been smoked under a fire and dried very well. Almost like a very thick, jerky. It’s stored and used to make curries, stews, and other delicious Nepalese foods to warm the belly…

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Tasty Tuesday: Easy Homemade Kimchi

So a little about me – I pretty much love all the cooking flavours of Asia, which are vast and so amazing. I learn about new ones every time I find a new recipe! I probably cook more Chinese and Korean food than that of my own native country of Nepal. Being born in America…

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