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Vanilla Custard Crumble with Mixed Berries

Vanilla Custard Crumble with Mixed Berries This recipe is a dessert dish that takes time and effort, but is rewarding as it makes a delicious recipe that everyone enjoy. Ingredients 1 pack wafers 2 tablespoons vanilla extract 2 egg whites 3 cups non-fat milk 1 cup sugar 1 whole piece vanilla bean 4 tablespoons corn starch 1 teaspoon salt 2 egg yolks 3 sticks butter, chilled ½ cup blackberries ½… Read Article →

Tinda Masala

Tinda Masala Tinda is a vegetable similar to squash that is widely used in Indian and South Asian cuisine. Also referred to as “apple gourd”, it has a distinct bitter flavor. They are beneficial for diabetes patients, as they help regulate blood sugar levels, and is also known used as a remedy for fevers. For this recipe, we will be using the apple gourd to create a traditional Indian recipe… Read Article →

Tagliatelle with Sculpit

Tagliatelle with Sculpit Tagliatelle is a type of pasta used in traditional Italian cuisine. The strands of tagliatelle are nearly identical to fettuccine, and are made fresh right before it is used for cooking. The most common sauce that accompanies tagliatelle pasta made with meats, though a simple tomato sauce will suffice. For this tagliatelle recipe, we will be using sculpit, an herb that is indigenous to Europe, normally used… Read Article →

Tacaca

Tacaca Tacaca is a hot and sour soup that originates from Brazil. Although some of the ingredients from the traditional recipe might be hard to find outside Brazil, this recipe has substitutes that allow you make near as or similar to the real deal. Ingredients 250 grams pork, minced 250 grams tiger prawns 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar 3 white onions, finely chopped 2 liters chicken stock 1 inch piece… Read Article →

Sweet Spot Boiled Plantain with Sesame oil

Sweet Spot Boiled Plantain with Sesame oil Plantains are a type of banana that has lower sugar content than the dessert banana, and are typically green in color. They also contain more starch, and must be boiled or fried before they can be eaten. They are considered as a staple food in many parts of the world, and are more similar in flavor to potatoes than a banana. For this… Read Article →

Sweet Pepper and Lentil Soup

Sweet Pepper and Lentil Soup Lentils are a legume rich in nutrients, vitamins and minerals. They are an excellent source of dietary fiber. Legumes are known to help prevent certain diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and heart disease. Lentils are also packed in protein, folate and iron. Including lentils in your diet goes a long way to promoting overall health, as they contain no cholesterol. For this recipe we will… Read Article →

Strawberry Sorrel Smoothie

Strawberry Sorrel Smoothie Sorrel is an herb that that is cultivated as a green leaf vegetable. It has a distinctive tangy flavor that is sometimes described as having a sharp quality. There are different varieties of sorrel, depending on where they grow, but all types are known to contain high amounts of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Sorrel also helps improve the digestive system and used to treat hypertension due to… Read Article →

Stir Fry Baby Kai Lan with Garlic

Stir Fry Baby Kai Lan with Garlic Kai Lan is a green leafy vegetable that’s widely used as an ingredient for Chinese stir fry. The vegetable is also referred to as “Chinese Broccoli” and “Chinese Kale”. Kai Lan has a slightly bitter flavor that can be overwhelming when cooked improperly. This vegetable is best known as a staple in Chinese cuisine, but is also featured as part of other South… Read Article →

Stir Fry Baby Bok Choy

Stir Fry Baby Bok Choy Bok Choy is a variety of Chinese cabbage loaded with Vitamin A and vitamin C and the cancer fighting compound glucosinolate. It is popularly served as a side dish. Bok Choy is a relatively tender vegetable, making it ideal for boiling, steaming, and stir-frying. Stir fry baby bok choy is a flavorful dish that is simple to make. With just a handful of ingredients and… Read Article →

Stir Fried Yu Choy Sum

Stir Fried Yu Choy Sum Yu Choy, or Chinese greens, is similar in appearance to Chinese Broccoli. Some of the most notable differences are thinner stalks and the presence of yellow flowers. It is a good source of vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Its oil, once extracted, has many health benefits. This includes helping the body attain a balance between bad cholesterol and good cholesterol. Yu Choy also has high levels… Read Article →