A super easy Italian Carbonara Pasta Recipe with only 6 ingredients – ready on the table in less than 30 minutes? Whaaat? Find out how you can create this mouth-watering Italian dinner that costs less than $10 with plenty left over for lunch.
Today’s I-need-you-in-my-tummy-right-now recipe comes to you all the way from a little town in Italy known as Parma.
Parma’s the original home to such Italian delights as balsamic vinegar, prosciutto, and of course, Parmesan cheese. So naturally it’s one of our favourite places on earth. 😉
A pity for us we had a tight little window in our itinerary to get there… Less than 24 hours to jump on the right train, meet our host, see the sights, and hopefully cook an epic meal together.
In the end we were so late getting there that we almost missed out completely! :O
Baharat is an intensely smoky, sweet and tangy mix of spices ready and waiting to add a deep and aromatic flavour to your recipes. Get ready to spice up your life with this exotic Middle Eastern spice blend, which you can use to season meats, chicken, fish, or your favourite exotic cuisines.
Earlier this week we shared a recipe for Koshary Egyptian Lentil Pasta Rice that you awesome peeps told us you loved. Yay!
Well the recipe for Egypt’s beloved street food dish includes one little ingredient that we’ve never shared with you before, a humble little spice mix known as Baharat.
The very first time we cooked our Egypytian Koshary in Osaka it was impossible to get our hands on any Baharat seasoning, but now that we’ve made it again, we’re not gonna lie to you… it absolutely MAKES this dish.
Some of you told us you had come across Baharat in your cooking travels before, before but many of you hadn’t.
The good news is that you can easily make this super simple spice mix at home, and today we’re gonna spill the lentils and show you how. 😛
Koshary is a super satisfying Egyptian lentil, pasta and rice street food dish that’s ready and waiting to feed your soul. Bursting with Middle Eastern spices, it’s an aromatic meal that you’ll want to devour every day of the week.
Hey guys, today we’re sharing a spicy little recipe widely considered to be the national dish of Egypt… so you can probably imagine our surprise when we discovered it in Japan. :O
Big thanks to the lovely Sara and Khlood, two incredible ladies from Cairo who were on a mission to study medicine in Osaka, for showing us this recipe.
Once they discovered our love for world food and new and exciting cuisines, they took some time out from their study to show us how to make their mothers’ favourite recipe for Koshary, aka Egyptian Lentil Rice Pasta.
Mini Breakfast Quiches are about to make your day. Baked to crispy golden perfection yet gorgeously soft and fluffy on the inside, these quick and easy mini quiches are packed with healthy veggies and crispy bacon for a super satisfying breakfast.
Oh, breakfast. How we love you.
You’re always full of such delicious opportunity, whether we feel like something sweet and scrambled… packed with spicy flavour… satisfyingly fruity… or just plain fun.
How anyone could skip this most glorious meal of the day is beyond me.
The cure for what ails you is a satisfied tummy, and there’s no tastier way to do that than this Simple Malaysian Mee Goreng. This classic South East Asian fried noodle dish is drizzled in a mix of sweet soy sauce, sriracha chilli, and sesame oil for a flavour explosion that’ll have you licking your plate clean.
We had our first life-changing mouthful of Malaysian Mee Goreng (fried noodles) at a tiny little restaurant in Kuala Lumpur earlier this year, and I’ve been craving to make a batch at home ever since.
And now I finally got my chance! Big thanks to our awesome housemate for the inspo to share. 😀
These sweet + salty + spicy Malaysian noodles burst with a simple blend of South East Asian flavours that are so addictive you won’t want to stop.
Not sure about Sarah, but I could happily eat these noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner and call it a good day.