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A spicy and delicious authentic African recipe created by my mother and soon to be star of the upcoming culture and cooking web series "Lena Nozizwe presents Alice Princess is Fresh! Alice Princess Msumba Siwundhla was born in South Africa and raised in Malawi and she has delightful recipes that were handed down to her along the way. Thanks to the fabulous illustrator Ohn Mar Win for teaching me and guiding me through the process of submitting to They Draw and Cook.
Aviyal (pronounced as (uh-v-ul)) is a dish from the lush green State of Kerala in South India. It is a thick mixture of steamed vegetables in spiced coconut curry. It is known for it’s rich flavor and is usually served with steaming hot rice or indian chapathi bread. There’s something about the smell of cummins together with curry leaves & coconut that draws me to it. I enjoy this recipe from my mom on any given day. A small tip: You can also try this recipe with different vegetables of your choice like pumpkin, beets, eggplant, cucumber, drumsticks etc. to add a new flavor every time you make this dish. Happy cooking and enjoy your vegetarian feast! I’d be delighted to hear your curry adventure, so do drop me a line or two in your coffee time! Enjoy!
One of my favorite Korean dishes, as well as the easiest to make. Simply cook your ingredients and mix it with some warm rice, runny egg, and some gochujang (red chili paste) for spice. You can buy the cucumbers already pickled from your local Korean market or pickle them yourself. Enjoy!
Francesinha – French Girl – is a typical portuguese dish, originally from Oporto.
The legend says that the portuguese emigrant Daniel David Silva, influenced by the croque-monsieur, created this dish baptizing it with this name because the spiciest woman he knew was the french. Later, was created the sauce, a secret recipe that I will share with you!
You'll find poke in almost any supermarket in Hawaii and now in many cities in the contiguous US. It's basically a cubed fish served over rice. There are many versions of a poke bowl. This recipe is a very basic version...my favorite.
Continued from previous post about beef cuts. This is how Indonesian National Standard of Cattle Carcass Handling and Quality categorized primal cuts on beef. All grades have their own best cooking methods, based on cuts' nutrition contents.
Locally known as a Sausage Sizzle or Sausage in a Blanket, this is an Australian suburban icon often seen at charity/ fundraising stalls in markets, malls, sport fields, parks etc. It's pure simplicity is a joy
Background scene is inspired by the ones often found in hardware store carparks on weekends