This is a super easy kimchi recipe, you can whip up very quickly. It also ferments much faster, which means you can have your kimchi in less than a week! The whole truth about Kimchi is that you either love it or hate it. But I absolutely encourage you to give it a couple of tries with this Kimchi recipe before you might completely diss it. While many ingredients in this kimchi might turn you off (garlic, fish sauce, onions, radishes, etc.) always remember that you can either limit or completely omit these ingredients in order to have something that completely becomes up your alley. Ready to venture into this Kimchi recipe?
We love home made Tiramisu. I think we make it more than any other dessert. This Tiramisu recipe will definitely rock your world. I researched the origin of this treat and found a lot of different information about it. A very interesting one came from my sister Kamola, who knew the wife of an Italian ambassador in Uzbekistan. According to her, Tiramisu was first prepared by wives of soldiers. They would prepare this desert for their husbands because it was filling and contained ingredients (eggs, cream, strong espresso) that kept soldiers energized and ready to fight and protect. Most likely by now you have already tried some type of tiramisu recipe, or maybe you’ve tried it in some Italian restaurant. I urge to give my tiramisu recipe a try!
Ready for farmer’s cheese pancake recipe? Follow along. Farmer’s Cheese pancakes are a staple in almost every Russian family. Those of us who grew up with Russian influence also wasn’t spared from its effects either. Hey, there are no complaints. Perfectly crispy shell, soft and fluffy core of these pancakes will not leave you indifferent. I love every bite of these pancakes. I hope you like them, too. Originally these gems are called “Сырники” (Syrniki), or “Творожники” (Tvorojniki) which approximately mean small cheese pancakes.
Garlic is very often used ingredient in the kitchen. Regardless of any cuisine you will take on next, peeling garlic is likely something you will encounter sooner than later. Let’s learn how to peel garlic?
Do you know how to julienne vegetables? I decided to refer back to basics here in Arbuz and write more on simple kitchen skills that my visitors will need to refer quite often while enjoying cooking. I thought that having my own index page on such skills is essential. Today I am going to explain and show how to julienne vegetables and/or fruits.
From what I have gathered a lot of cultures and cuisines have their version of some sort of an Eggplant Dip Recipe. This recipe for eggplant dip will most likely accent the Central Asian twist to eggplant spread, which is also called “Ikra” in the Russian language.
I decided to write this article about Body Types: Ectomorph, Endomorph, and Mesomorph for educational purposes. One size does not fit all. This is not only true with clothing, it is quite appropriate to state this when it comes to either losing weight, gaining muscle and maintaining your figure. Your body type matters when losing weight or trying to achieve your goals. While willpower, hard work, dedication matter when it comes to sticking to a regimen, knowing the science behind your genetic body type might serve you well.
This Phyllo Chicken Pie Recipe is inspired by my love for Turkish cuisine. I find Turkish food to be very hands-on and practical. This phyllo chicken pie recipe is my ode, or an easier twist to the yufka borek, which is quite popular in Turkish cuisine.
This eggplant and scallion salad recipe is the bomb dot com. I am a die-hard eggplant addict. I do not know what is it that I like about it, but if the eggplant is in any food that I am eating, it is a fiesta food for me. This particular recipe has a perfect balance of acidic, mildly spicy (because of the garlic and scallions), and rich in flavor.