I think I’m running out of fingers counting out the recipes inspired by my uncle. Cabbage being one of my favorite vegetables to cook, I am always looking for new recipes and flavor combinations to try! Continue reading “Chili-Vinegar Cabbage”
I love making seaweed, but the problem is that sometimes it can be a huge pain to make since it requires so much flavor. It’s best to simply serve it with a bit of soy sauce, vinegar, and garlic for a nice dish. Continue reading “Spicy sesame seaweed”
I’m guessing a very traditional Indian/Pakistani dish. I, again, ate this at a restaurant and it was so good! I slightly messed up in my version, however it still tasted amazing! Before this recipe, I had never before thought to use yogurt in a marinade, but of course this completely changed that! It’s an absolutely stunning presentation and equally as scrumptious to make.
This came out of a spicy mocajete recipe that I like to make. I normally make a dish with cabbage, tomatoes, and onions, and decided to throw in a little garlic and Jalpeno to give a nice Mexican flair. Continue reading “Cabbage picante”
A great dish that will remind you of Spanish rice, this is my take on a traditional stewed zucchini recipe from Spain. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do with beloved flavors such as spicy peppers and cilantro-lime. Continue reading “Spanish style calabacitas (zucchini)”
I had about 10 or 15 minutes to come up with a good dip for my artichoke. All I can say is that sometimes the best things come from rushed spontaneity. I have always had such a hard time finding a good dip for artichoke. My friend always likes to eat it with lemon and butter or mayonnaise. But lemon and butter doesn’t seem to have that satisfactory consistency with eating artichoke, and mayonnaise is just gross. Continue reading “Artichoke with spicy roasted eggplant dip”
If you like tofu, or you don’t, you need to try this! The problem with most people who don’t like tofu is that they have never had it properly prepared. yes, you’ve probably heard that before. But it is true. I absolutely hate plain, baked tofu with spice on top. It may as well be a brick to me. It looks and tastes unappetizing. This recipe will make you like tofu (unless of course you absolutely hate every single one of the ingredients listed then that just means that you’re on the verge of picky eating). Continue reading “Spicy tofu with mushrooms: A new perspective”
A great cajun inspired stew! Perfect for anytime of year. Most of the heat comes from black and white pepper and make sure to add lots of salt as the cabbage tends to extract lots of flavor from the soup.