A rich, smoky and spicy Italian pasta sauce with fiery Calabrian ‘nduja salumi. Marta’s Rustic Pork & Beef Ragu is super easy to make and packed with flavour (and hidden vegetables). Perfect for a hungry winter’s night or when you just need a big bowl of comfort food.
Today we’re a teensy bit keen, because we’re finally going to share with you the FIRST European recipe we ever collected.
And it just so happens we came across it in Japan.
This super tasty Japanese snack is packed with juicy minced pork and seriously tasty umami flavour. Steam fry your very own homemade Gyoza (Japanese Pork Dumplings) until crispy, chewy, golden brown and enjoy. Oh yeah!
So… we’ll let you in on a little secret.
We’re sorta, kinda,
maybe just a little bit totally ADDICTED to dumplings.
Doesn’t even matter if they’re big or small, spicy Asian style or savoury European dumplings. We love them all.
But we especially love these funky little gyoza – aka Japanese Pork Dumplings.
I mean, just look at them… sitting here in all their crispy steam fried glory. Tell me you wouldn’t eat them all RIGHT NOW if you could.
Yeah. That’s what I thought. 😛
Japanese Matcha Green Tea Salt is a super simple seasoning with the unique flavour of matcha green tea. Mix and matcha this incredible seasoning to a variety of dishes including popcorn, meat, tempura and fruit. A simple, quick sprinkle adds an awesome umami kick.
Hey guys, hope you’re having an awesome start to the weekend. We’re kicking off another Super Simple Saturday with a recipe that’s so easy to make you could probably do it in your sleep, yet is so lip-smackingly delicious you’ll wonder why you never have.
Have you ever wondered what to do with that leftover miso paste in the back of the fridge? Well now we’ve got you covered with some helpful info and tasty recipes to kick-start your kitchen adventures using this versatile ingredient.
Miso paste is a super popular and versatile Japanese ingredient made from fermented soybeans. It’s often used as a seasoning in traditional Japanese soups and marinades and is a great source of proteins and nutrients.
Everyone knows Miso Soup of course, but miso can be used in way more interesting ways than we first thought.
Move aside Ramen, this homemade Chunky Pumpkin Miso Soup is ready to warm you up. The benefits of miso are HUGE, and with dashi, tofu and pumpkin, you’re set! This simple heart-warming dish is bursting with healthy goodness and intensely delicious flavour.
Can I just say, we were NOT fans of the shivery 3am wake up this morning.
Flying into Fukuoka, bleary from lack of sleep, we looked out the airplane window over a city smothered under and piles and piles of glistening white snow. A finger-aching -2 degrees greeted us as we stepped outside the plane.