Mango Lassi is a delicious variation of the classic Indian Lassi. This refreshing and healthy drink is perfect for a different breakfast or a brunch. Start your day with a healthy smoothie enriched with fruit and strengthen spices!
This Coconut clam chowder recipe originates by my love for the traditional Thailand’s coconut soups. The first time I ate a Thai coconut soup was in 2002. I ‘ve been in Ko Lipe, a little Island on the West coast of Thailand, and it has been love at first time! So, when I think about the South-East Asia, and I desire a good clam chowder at the same moment, I like to prepare this recipe. The briny flavor of the clams is perfectly balanced by the sweetness of the coconut milk and the spicy hot taste of the chili peppers. Sometimes, at the very end, I like to add a squeeze of lime juice, but this is a personal choice!
Kung Pao Chicken: one of the most popular and distorted Chinese recipes! This dish, available in the Chinese restaurant and chains from over the world, is frequently served into several variations, because of the difficult to find the traditional ingredients. But, since currently is ever easier to find traditional Chinese goods, now is the right time to try the original Kung Pao chicken! Here the history of this tasty dish, and the recipe of Sichuan and Western versions: the choice is yours!
The Gizzards stew is a delicious Chinese recipe I tried it on during my first travel in China. I love to recreate this dish in my house every time I miss Shanghai! The taste of chicken gizzards is very strong and particular, but it will worth any minute you will spend into the kitchen! One of the most important steps of this recipe is the marination to clean the gizzards deeply. Chinese cooking wine is the most flavorful ingredient. It is easy to find in the Asian groceries or online, and it will move up a gear to all your Asian recipes, guaranteed!