General Tso’s Chicken has been around since the mid 20th century and originated in the Chinese-American community where Chinese immigrants adapted their traditional cooking techniques […]
A Classic and Spicy Thai Dish — Phat Kaphrao
Phat Kaphrao is a sweet and spicy recipe originating in Thailand that uses a special ingredient known as holy basil. Holy basil is a particular […]
A Hearty Soup To Warm You Up — Pasta E Fagioli
And a warm bowl of soup to have is Pasta E Fagioli, also known as Pasta Fazool in New York Italian dialect.
A Tasty Yet Easy Recipe — Beef Giniling
It’s Filipino American History Month so of course we had to make a classic Filipino dish aka beef giniling. Similar to the Latin dish picadillo, […]
A Staple Dominican Street Food — Yaroa
Yaroa is a new Dominican classic that originated in Santiago and has since become a staple street food especially at the end of a late night.
A Classic and Versatile Dish — Flautas
Who doesn’t love a deep fried tortilla filled with juicy chicken and smothered in crema and salsa? Flautas have been around since the 1900’s and […]
The Crispiest Chicken You’ll Ever Make — Chicken Katsu
Chicken Katsu is a simple dish that originated in Japan, but it has also become widely popular in Hawaii, California, Australia and London! The deep […]
A Simple, Yet Classic Italian Dish — Cacio e Pepe
the recipe consists of black pepper and freshly grated pecorino romano. The creamy sauce is made by adding a bit of warm pasta water to the other ingredients which helps to bind the cheese.
A Delicious Stew for the Winter Months — Giouvetsi
Ingredients 1 pound lamb shoulder or beef (cut into chunks) Kosher salt and black pepper extra virgin olive oil 2 large onions (finely chopped) 4 […]
A Delicious and Spicy Recipe — Chicken Korma
Ingredients Marinade 1 lb bone-in chicken 1/4 tsp ground tumeric 3 tbsp plain yogurt 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste 1 tsp garam masala 1 tsp […]