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Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish consisting of pickled vegetables, which is mainly served as a side dish with every meal, but also can be served as a main dish. Kimchi is mainly recognized as a spicy fermented cabbage dish globally. (this is not a traditional version of kimchi as usually there is fish sauce this recipe is vegan). For this recipe you will need a few small bowls for holding the ingredients at different stages, a few clean air tight jars (make sure your jars are properly cleaned and dry otherwise your kimchi may spoil), a sharp knife, a blender, weighing scales.
Ginger tea is my go-to. Freshly squeezed ginger with pineapple juice is a favorite smoothie of mine. Ginger carrots are so tasty and enjoyable. Gingerbread is totally different. By combining ginger, cinnamon, cloves, sugar, flour, can egg, butter and molasses, you have a most delicious treat that goes with coffee, tea or any beverage of your choice.
It was mango harvest time a few weeks back. What to do with all the mangoes? (Especially in this quarantine life) How about we make a sweet and spicy Mango Chutney for you to top your crackers or chips or just add them to your favourite salads?! Yum!!!
I am making this milk everyday since this Covid thing started
My granny and my mom used to give this to us when we had cold cough or flu
This milk is very easy to make good in taste and very effective for boosting immunity and reducing flu.
In February my husband came down with a bad case of flu with a terrible cough. I found this traditional recipe online and made it, he said it was delicious and really helped him feel better.
The core of the pineapple contains bromelain which helps thin the mucus along with the cayenne pepper and the honey and ginger are soothing for sore throats.
I painted the design using water colours and pen and ink and put it all together with Photoshop.
I hope people find this recipe useful as it's the most tasty cough remedy we've ever tasted!
Edible Flower Challenge.
Every time I make a fool, I wonder why I don't make it more often. I love the mix of tangy/sweet fruit with fluffy cream! Speaking of love, this panel is inspired by the old television series "The Dating Game", which I guess dates me (ha!). The recipe is from epicurious.com.