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victor On Mar 28, 2017, 3:10 am
Type: Egg
Japanese Black Garlic Ramen

Japanese Black Garlic Ramen

Japanese Black Garlic Ramen takes long hours to prepare authentically. Large vats of broth are left simmering for days on end and much like sushi, it’s a skill that can take a lifetime to learn. But also , it can absolutely be prepared at home in the same amount of time you’d make a pot of soup. There are many elements that go into a good bowl of Japanese Black Garlic Ramen, well really four elements. First you have the broth, which is typically a mix of pork, chicken, seafood and vegetables. Next is the tare, the concentrated flavor base that is at the bottom of each bowl. There are three major categories of tare which will determine the type of ramen: shio (salt), shoyu (soy sauce) and miso (fermented soy bean), here we include the ...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 460.16 Cal Protein 19.92 g
Lipid 13.06 g Carbohydrate 75.52 g
Fiber 6.72 g Sugar 1.85 g

superhomecook On May 13, 2017, 12:42 pm
Type: Cereals
Plantain Dosa Raw Banana Dosa

Plantain Dosa Raw Banana Dosa

Raw Banana Dosa - Yes, you read it correct. Dosa made with plantains or raw bananas! You would have come across scores of dosa varieties by now and this is another refreshing variety of good old Dosa, the Indian Pancake! You could give the dosa a spicy touch by sprinkling a specially prepared mixture on top of the pancake. Try it out, I am sure you will love it.

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 258.18 Cal Protein 3.84 g
Lipid 1.59 g Carbohydrate 60.92 g
Fiber 3.38 g Sugar 18.47 g

victor On May 13, 2017, 11:18 am
Type: Others
Poached Pears in spiced Red Wine

Poached Pears in spiced Red Wine

Red Wine Poached Pears is a dessert made out of pears poached in sweet red wine, sugar and spices syrup, it originated from a French dessert called Poire belle Hélène a similar dessert where pears are poached in sugar syrup served with vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup and crystallized violets. The dish was created during the 1860’s by Auguste Escoffier and was named after the operetta La belle Hélène by Jacques Offenbach. Poached pears still reign as one of the easiest, most divine desserts that tastes as luscious as they look, is also a very personal and easy to customice dish, where flavour is really up to you. Accept lots of variations you can poach in juice or wine, and add any aromatics you like (orange , lemon peels, cinna...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 435.80 Cal Protein 0.10 g
Lipid 0.03 g Carbohydrate 113.23 g
Fiber 3.58 g Sugar 107.32 g

victor On Apr 13, 2017, 9:49 am
Type: Egg
Torrijas Classic Spanish Lent Pudding

Torrijas Classic Spanish Lent Pudding

This “sweet” is traditionally eaten during Lent, the 40-days before Easter. It is believed that "torrijas" originated in Andalucian convents during the XV century as a way to use stale bread. All relevant religious holidays in Spain have a reflection in spanish cuisine. Spain was a strictly Catholic country for centuries with the liturgical periods tightly marking the habits, and with food rules that had to be obeyed. It was not allowed to eat meat or drink mead during lent.Though nowadays the religious rules regarding food, like fasting during Easter, are largely overlooked, still food traditions remain and making torrijas at home for the Easter celebration. Nice an economic dish, great for kids

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 388.41 Cal Protein 6.96 g
Lipid 21.28 g Carbohydrate 42.72 g
Fiber 1.69 g Sugar 23.64 g

victor On Apr 13, 2017, 9:45 am
Type: Sea Food
Spanish Style Clams “Almejas a la Marinera”

Spanish Style Clams “Almejas a la Marinera”

Marinera in Spanish simply means that it relates to the sea, and unlike the american version of the Italian marinara sauce, salsa marinera doesn’t generally use tomatoes. Nonetheless, it’s a delicious Spanish sauce and these clams are a very easy dish to prepare!

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 200.00 Cal Protein 4.10 g
Lipid 7.22 g Carbohydrate 30.20 g
Fiber 4.30 g Sugar 9.93 g

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