TGIF for a horrible week that had passed. Now, it’s time to carry out my cooking / baking therapy.
Tag Archives: Cheese
This is a very classic Hong Kong dish – baked pork chop rice. The pork chops are coated with flour and seasoning first, then pan-fried till browned and slightly crispy. This is then baked with the rice, together with a … Read more
I am not exactly sure what makes this an Eurasian dish. Perhaps the use of a mixture of cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower and broccoli, baked in a casserole and topped with cheese? The specific combination of ingredients that makes … Read more
Cordon bleu is a schnitzel that’s wrapped in a coating of breadcrumbs and cheese, and then baked or deep-fried till golden brown. The term ‘cordon bleu’ actually refers to ‘blue ribbon’ in French, a symbol of the highest status of … Read more
A gratin is basically any dish that is baked in a shallow dish and that has a browned crust at the top of it, either with cheese or breadcrumb toppings. In French, gratin means ‘to scrape or grate’, which makes … Read more