Fast Curried Pork
May31

Fast Curried Pork

Do you now…? 1.The word curry comes from a Tamil word kari or karil, meaning spices or sautéed vegetables. 2.The British army in India further changed the meaning as its liking for hot sauces introduced the modern idea of curries being hot. 3. The meaning changed when Portuguese traders used it for the sauces with which rice was served. 4. The first curry recipe in English appeared in Hannah Glasse’s The Art Of Cookery in 1747....

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Potato Cakes With Bacon And Onion
May30

Potato Cakes With Bacon And Onion

Whether mashed, baked or roasted, people often consider potatoes as comfort food. It is an important food staple and the number one vegetable crop in the world. Potatoes are available year-round as they are harvested somewhere every month of the year.Source: whfoods.com Ingredients: Potatoes Bacon Egg Flour Salt Shred the potatoes on the medium grater. Cut onions into small pieces. And cut bacon into medium slices. Mix the potatoes...

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Fast And Easy Fish Soup
May29

Fast And Easy Fish Soup

Fast And Easy Fish Soup or Ukha ( Russian fish soup). “Ukha” started to be used as a term for fish broth in Russian cuisine in the late 17th to early 18th centuries. In earlier times, this term referred to thick meat broths, and then later chicken. Beginning in the 15th century, fish was more and more often used to prepare ukha, thus creating a dish that had a distinctive taste among soups. In the 19th century, many...

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Batchoy With Chicken Recipe
May23

Batchoy With Chicken Recipe

Batchoy’s true origin is inconclusive. Documented accounts include the following: The dish was concocted in the La Paz market in 1938 by Federico Guillergan, Sr. His recipe called for a mixture of broth, noodles, beef and pork. The soup later evolved into its present form which has become Iloilo City’s most popular dish. Source: Wikepedia Ingredients: Batchoy Chicken fillet Garlic Lemon Soy sauce Curry *Parmesan cheese and...

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Simple Potato Curry
May22

Simple Potato Curry

In 1536 Spanish Conquistadors conquered Peru, discovered the flavors of the potato, and carried them to Europe.  Before the end of the sixteenth century, families of Basque sailors began to cultivate potatoes along the Biscay coast of northern Spain.  Sir Walter Raleigh introduced potatoes to Ireland in 1589 on the 40,000 acres of land near Cork. It took nearly four decades for the potato to spread to the rest of Europe. Ingredients:...

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