We don’t have a rice cooker at home. That was why it was difficult to resist the cast iron pot promotion at the supermarket last December when we chanced upon it.
Category Archives: Poultry
The term ‘enchilada’ has its roots from the Spanish word ‘enchilar’, meaning ‘to decorate with chilli or pepper’. The making of a proper enchilada dish therefore entails the wrapping up of some spiced meat, usually in corn tortillas, and then … Read more
Japanese curry first arrived in Japan in the early 19th century, due to the influx of cultural exchanges between South and East Asia, which was in turn brought about by the widespread colonialism of different parts of Asia by the … Read more
‘Blawmanger. Tak the two del rys, the thridde pert of almoundes; wash clene the rys in leuk water & turne & seth hem til thay breke & lat it kele, and tak the melk & do it to the rys … Read more
This was my first time making curry chicken from scratch – chopping up individual spices and then blending all of them into a paste. This set of ingredients is almost identical to those of the ‘Malay Spicy Ayam Masak Merah‘: … Read more