If you love congee, you probably like fried dough fritters for dipping too. But the fritters wrapped in rice noodles? My favourite.
I learned how to make a simple Korean tteokguk (tteok = rice cake, guk = soup) when my friend,...
Ok not really risotto. This was a soup into which I decided to add a lot more rice because I was hungry. Great idea, it turns out.
Not being able to eat even soft food has me, of course, daydreaming about soft food.
So easy that there's hardly a recipe to speak of. Don't worry about not having anything to flavour the water, congee can be made with nothing more than salt, and if you don't have a rice cooker with a congee setting, check out this simple stovetop recipe for the rice-water proportions you should use.
Your chances of finding a meat-free French onion soup at a restaurant are next to nil. But at home, a handful of dried porcini mushrooms steeped in hot water creates a full-flavoured broth that still lets the flavour of the onions shine through.
My must-make list! Do you have one too? These are the recipes that sound so good I've bookmarked them, and must make them as soon as I can.
egg poached right in my soba soup and seasoned seaweed on top.
French onion soup doesn't call for much more than its star ingredient, and this simple (vegetarian) onion and fennel soup is delightful, if i do say so myself!
a hot bowl of congee, with sweet corn kernels and soft silken tofu, and the requisite hot chili oil of course.
it’s been so busy lately that i’ve been feeling like eating dinner out more often. not because i need a...
. time for a more relaxed week and bit more time in the kitchen. what's for dinner...?