The Crispiest Japanese Chicken – Karaage

Fried chicken is a recipe seen in most cuisines and differentiations come from a variety of marinating, coating and cooking styles. Karaage is a Japanese cooking technique that involves coating bite sized pieces of chicken in potato or corn starch and shallow frying them to create the crispiest bite ever!

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Let’s Make Coriander Salan

One day I had greens like coriander and mint laying around in my fridge and decided to make a salan or curry out of it. I don’t know about you, but I love coriander.  I would describe this meal as fresh and tart. The lemon juice is what brings the

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A Tangy Tuscan Salad — Panzanella

Nothing beats a fresh salad during these hot summer months. Panzanella is a dish originating in Tuscany, Italy and it packs a ton of flavor. This tangy recipe is great if you have some stale bread lying around or if you’re in the mood for something crunchy!  With only a

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Chicken Parmigiana — An American-Italian Delicious Dish

Chicken Parmigiana is an American-Italian classic that takes inspiration from parmigiana di melanzane (eggplant parmigiana) and personally one of my favorite dishes of all time. This ooey gooey, saucy chicken recipe can be found in nearly every American-Italian restaurant and is a too easy of a recipe to not attempt to make

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Fettuccine Alfredo — A Classic Dish

Fettuccine Alfredo is a classic and irresistibly creamy dish that originated in Italy in the early 20th century.  Since then, it has made its’ way to nearly every Italian restaurant menu in the United States. However, the version on many menus across the country is not the traditional cooking method. 

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