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Patoleo are traditionally prepared in the western coast of India, on the day of Naag Panchami ( worship of snakes ). These steamed cakes are made in turmeric leaves because of they impart a distinct smell and flavour to the sweet.
Dragon Boat Festival also called Duanwu Festival (端午節, the fifth day of the fifth Lunar month) is one of three important festival in Chinese. We eat Zongzi on very day. Zongzi is a traditional Chinese food made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings (Salted eggs, Pork, Chestnuts, Shiitake mushrooms, Cooked peanuts, Dried shrimps, etc. ) and wrapped in bamboo leaves. served with chili sauce or sweet chili sauce.
This recipe is my another final works of the recipe illustration class taught by Liv Wan.
Saffron and rosewater rice pudding is an aromatic and flavorful traditional Iranian dessert that can be made all year round and it's one of my favorite desserts. This recipe takes a little bit of time and patience to prepare but it is well worth the effort.
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.
Pongal is both the name of dish and a festival in South India (usually falls on 14 January) celebrating the first harvest of the year. A sweet version of this, made using rice, lentils, jaggery and milk is made during the festival. I've featured the savoury version here which is commonly eaten for breakfast. I love topping it off with extra pepper and freshly grated ginger for that extra bit of warmth on a cold day, and for me, it is comfort food that reminds me of my mother's cooking. This combination of rice and lentils has other Indian cousins - Bisibelebath (with added vegetables) and Khichdi - also very popular comfort food.