Oyakodon

Oyakodon is a very popular donburi dish in Japan, which is a meal for which rice is filled into a bowl and then covered with other ingredients. For this you need dashi, the basic broth of Japanese cuisine. There are…

Pad Ka Prao

In our Asian supermarket, we were able to buy “holy basil”, which is usually difficult to find internationally. Italian basil and Thai basil are much easier to obtain. You have to cook pad ka prao with it. Without “holy basil”,…

Shawarma

Turkish doner kebab, Greek gyros, Mexican tacos al pastor – all dishes where slices of seasoned meat are layered on a rotating skewer and then gradually grilled from the outside. That’s how it’s done with shawarma as well (in gastronomy),…

Tom Kha Gai

Tom Kha Gai (“ต้มข่าไก่”) is a Thai dish with wonderful flavour complexity that is surprisingly easy to prepare. Tom (ต้ม) means “cooked”, Kha (ข่า) means “galangal” and Gai (ไก่) means “chicken”. We show here how to cook this most popular…

Gaeng Massaman Gai

Gaeng Massaman Gai (แกงมัสมั่นไก่) is a Thai curry based on Massaman curry paste that you can buy or make yourself. Bought is perfectly fine and saves a lot of time, but homemade tastes much better. “Gai” means chicken, so today…

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