Galbi Jjim is a traditional short ribs stew rich in taste and history! This recipe is a symbol of festivities and usually prepared in occasion of family gatherings for centuries! The ribs are slowly braised in a rich sweet a sour sauce along with mushrooms and other vegetables: delicious!
Eggs in Purgatory, called in Italian “Uova in Purgatorio”, is a simple and tasty recipe originally from Naples and then popular into several Italian regions. The eggs are poached into a simple tomato, garlic, and basil sauce until the whites are well done and the yolks are still creamy: delicious!
The Rabbit Cacciatore is one of the most popular ways to make an authentic rabbit stew. In Italy, the Cacciatore technique, is present in almost all the regional cuisines, with different variations depending on the traditions and the most used ingredients region by region. Here a typical Northern-Italian Rabbit Cacciatore, pan-roasted and braised along with red wine, mushrooms, tomato sauce, and juniper berries: delicious!
Gemista, or Yemista, is one of the most popular Greek recipes, traditionally vegan and healthy, that recalls the richness of the Mediterranean vegetable gardens. Various vegetables are filled with rice seasoned with herbs, then baked until soft and nicely brown: delicious!
Achari chicken is one of the tastiest and popular Indian Gosths (= stews). The particular spicy an sour taste of this slow-cooked makes this recipe a must-to -try! The meat is previously marinated into yogurt, and a blend of spices originally created to preserve the traditional Indian pickles. The fresh taste of the lemon juice and the coriander leaves balance the bold flavor of the spices: delicious!
Cevapi, or Cevapcici, are homemade sausages traditional of the Balkans area. This delicious street food made with mixed meats, is perfect for a party in your garden: tasty and easy to prepare thanks to simple ingredients. Here the recipe and the history of Cevapi!
Acqua Pazza is a classic Italian recipe, healthy and tasty! This cooking method is originating of Southern-Italy and commonly attributed to the Neapolitan cuisine. The traditional recipe wants the fish cooked whole with simple ingredients, whereas the contemporary way prefers to stew fillets of fish along with a delicious fish stock prepared with the bones and the head of the fish. Here both recipes and the origin of Acqua Pazza!
Shish Tawook are the popular chicken skewers typical into several cuisines of the Turkic and Levantine area. The meat is diced, then marinated into yogurt and spices, and baked or grilled: delicious!
The Sole Meuniere is the French recipe I remember most in my childhood. This simple recipe is a wonderful way to introduce fish into your kid’s diet! Sole Meuniere is also rich in history: its origin is dated at least at the time of King Louis XIV, and likely more ancient! The sole is floured then pan-fried into butter flavored with lemon, then garnished with fresh parsley and pepper: delicious!