PULLED PORK (SLOW COOKER)

A very delicious and easy recipe i came across, of course adding my own touch to this. Let me know what you think! It would taste a lot better if you could marinade the pork butt roast / shoulder over night before cooking with some of the ingredients listed below. All you need to do…

BEEF POT ROAST (SLOW COOKER)

So I’ve been trying to come up with recipes I can prep at the beginning of the week, so during the weekday cooking won’t take up as much time. This beef pot roast was actually quite delicious. I like to marinade meat overnight anyways, so preparing this at the beginning of the week, and defrosting…

PHO BROTH

I finally learned how to make some delicious pho broth! Healthy and delicious! BROTH 1 whole chicken 1 whole radish 1-3 kg beef leg bone marrow, shank, flap, belly, knuckle bones, beef tendon 1 tbsp palm sugar / rock sugar 1 tbsp salt 2 1/2 tbsp fish sauce water 4 quarts TO TOAST & PUT…

OHN-NO-KAUK SWE (BURMESE CHICKEN SOUP)

This is one of the more popular dishes from Burmese cuisine. Burmese cuisine originated from Burma (now known as Myanmar). It’s cuisine is characterized by extensive use of fish products (fish sauce, ngapi – fermented seafood). This culture’s food was highly influenced by Chinese, Indian and Thai. 125 g vermicelli 2 liters boiling water 600g…

INDONESIAN FRIED RICE (NASI GORENG)

Throughout history, Indonesians adapted from variety of cultures China, India, Malaysia, and Middle East, later also with the Portuguese and Spanish. The Dutch colonized Indonesia for two centuries who’s influence is ingrained in their food and culture. A very tasty dish I must say so myself. 2 cups uncooked long-grain white rice 2 eggs beaten…

SICHUAN SPICY HOT POT (麻辣香锅)

The word Hot Pot (香锅) also known as steamboat dates back to more than 1,000 years ago arguably Mongolia during the Jin Dynasty. This dish consists of constant simmering of a metal pot filled with stock / soup place in the middle of a dining table. Surrounding this stove & pot are varieties of thinly sliced meat, leaf vegetables, mushrooms, won tons, egg dumplings, and seafood. Each person cook their own food in the pot of simmering soup. Once the food is cooked, you can normally dip it in sauce.