I am a huge fan of Korean food and I would always try to make Korean-inspired meals for my family. In this post, I’ll share with you something that I’ve been working on for months: the addicting Korean sweet rice cake!
Rice flour and red beans are very common in Korean cooking, and this is hands down my favorite sweet variety.
This is something that my kids and I can’t get enough of. The pillowy texture is amazing, and the sweetness of the mung bean mixture is honestly addicting. It took me a bit of time to get my desired results, but it was definitely worth all the effort.
If you’re up for the challenge, try it out! Here’s a recipe to help get you started.
This story is about Dorayaki pancake - the most favorite food of Doraemon - a robotic cat with magic pocket coming from the 22nd century. Let’s step in the story of Dorayaki pancake as well as the Dorayaki recipe that make the lovely robotic cat never resist the temptation of it.
When I was a kid, I used to be interested in Doraemon- a popular Japanese manga series. Doraemon is a smart robotic cat sent back in time to protect and guide Nobita - a young boy is all thumbs but kind-hearted.
It was a craving for spicy Korean fried chicken wings that led me to writing this article. Spicy Korean chicken wings are staples in my every visit to my neighborhood Korean joint, so I figured that maybe I can start making my own!
After a few attempts, I finally got the recipe down. I’ve decided that I’ll bake it instead of frying—it’s healthier, and there’s less clean-up!
This post will teach you how to make the extremely flavorful spicy Korean chicken wings. I’ll provide the list of ingredients, as well as a step-by-step guide on how to make your own from scratch. It’s really not as complicated as you think!
If you love fried chicken, this is something that you must definitely try! Korean-style chicken is usually consumed as a meal, appetizer, or an anju <which is basically food that’s eaten with drinks>.
Looking for new desserts to make? In this post, I’ll provide new ways on how you can satisfy your sweet tooth, and teach you new cooking processes as well! Here, I’ll be concentrating on a Vietnamese dessert Rainbow Tapioca Pearls with Grass Jelly.
All of the ingredients will not be available in big supermarkets, so I strongly suggest that you make a trip to the smaller Asian or Vietnamese stores <it’s not as hard as it looks—most of these ingredients should be available in these stores>.
Below, we’ll be making a Vietnamese Rainbow Tapioca Pearls with Grass Jelly, made with ingredients like mung bean paste, grass jelly, and coconut milk, and tapioca pearls.
These are popular Vietnamese desserts, so you’re assured of wonderful layers of textures and flavors. Good luck!
Lately, I’ve been making a lot of fruit-based desserts <such as this raisin butter cake>. They’re such a joy to work with--I simply use what’s in season or some random fruit I pick up from the supermarket and work my way up from there. This week, I’m working with passion fruit mousse!
This recipe is a tangy, creamy mousse that has a great balance of fruit and cream. Light and flavorful, this is one of those desserts that can easily be devoured in minutes! My kids love these, so I sometimes make an extra batch.
If there's one thing I have always wanted to make, it would be the perfect apple pie recipe just like how my grandma makes it. This indulgent dessert isn't like any other, because it has the taste of home, from the warm and tart filling to match with the flaky crust.
There's nothing comparable to how grandmas make it, and I'm sure you feel the same way. It makes you wonder about how to create the perfect apple pie recipe to share with your own family and friends.