Mango Avocado Salad

Full video recipe is here: Mango Avocado Salad

Preparation : 10-15 Minutes

Making the salad: 10 Minutes

Servings: serves 2-3

Episode: 05

This salad is literary a combination of two of my favorite fruits; mangos and avocados. The sweet-sour mango combines with creamy avocado is a perfect starter before your meal.  I made this on Valentine’s Day this year and we just loved it so much!

It’s very easy to make, takes only 10 minutes and you will have this perfect delicious salad in front of you! The most important thing is you don’t need a lot of ingredients.

Ingredients:

1 Mango (ripe but not soft), peeled and dice.

1 Avocado, cut and diced.

For the dressing:

1 Tsp of Dijon Mustard.

1 1/2 Tsp of Bavarian Sweet Mustard (you can also use honey mustard if you can’t find Bavarian sweet mustard).

1 Tsp of Honey.

Juice of 1 lemon (If you don’t like it too sour, start it with juice of half a lemon).

Salt and Pepper, to taste.

Chili Flakes, to taste.

Basil (for decoration).

All instructions are here: Mango Avocado Salad

P.S. Still can’t upload any pics, wordpress is kinda annoying 😥

Rice Wine Chicken Barbecue

The video recipe is here: Rice Wine Chicken Barbecue

We got a bottle of great rice wine from our good friend in Taipei, Taiwan years ago. And it had been sitting in my kitchen for years, so I decided to make something yummy with it. If you have good rice wine, it will give you this great taste in your food. It is really good with meat like pork and chicken or even fish.

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I wanted something delicious but easy, so I just roasted my chicken in the oven for about 40 minutes with extra 10 minutes for the crispy skin. The reason why I kept the skin on; the skin protected the meat from drying out. It took only 10-15 minutes to prepare it and after 50 minutes, you’d have this delicious, healthy and low-carbs meal.

It is perfect for people who have gluten problem. You just have to get the gluten-free soy sauce. And for the sweet soy sauce, if you can’t find one, just add some honey in it.

Preparation : 15 Minutes
Cooking : 50 Minutes
Servings : Serves 2
Episode : 08

For vegetarian or vegan eaters, you can substitute the chicken breasts with tofu (please not Japanese soft tofu).
If you don’t have rice wine, skip it. Please don’t substitute it with white wine, it won’t taste the same.
Shao Xing wine is NOT rice wine.

Ingredients:
500 gr of chicken breasts (17 oz)
2 tbsp of sweet soy sauce (if you don’t have it, just add some honey, but put 2 more tbsp of soy sauce)
4-5 tbsp of soy sauce
2 tbsp of rice wine
5 tbsp of olive oil (put more if you use tofu)
Garlic powder and white pepper, to taste
Salt, to taste (for the vegetables)
Some greens (any kind you want)
Parsley, chopped (optional)

The video recipe is here: Rice Wine Chicken Barbecue

Thai Sticky Rice with Mango Cream

Video Recipe is available here

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Officially it’s spring in Munich, Germany now! I know, I know it’s snowing outside, with the temperature of minus 6 degrees Celsius. Ouch! Even it is too cold outside, but it doesn’t freeze my craving for mango sticky rice dessert.

Mango season is here, people! Whenever you go, you’ll see mangos all over the supermarkets. So, I decided to buy some and make my own Thai Sticky Rice Mango Dessert. Because the mangos I bought were not as sweet as in Asia, so I decided to make mango cream out of one.

Details are here

Preparation : 15 Minutes

Cook Time : 20 Minutes

Servings: Serves

4 Episode : 07

Ingredients: 2 cups of sticky rice / glutinous rice (390 grams), soaked for 6-8 hours

1 cup of coconut milk (250 ml)

1 mango, skinned, cut and blended

2 tbsp of sugar for coconut milk

1 tbsp of sugar for the mango cream

salt to taste (for the coconut cream)

white sesame (optional)

The combination of chewy sticky rice with creamy sweet sour mango cream. Olala! You ought to try this! And you will in love with it 🙂

Mushy eggplant with crispy bacon!

Hi guys! This is one of my mum’s favorite recipes that I love so much and would love to share it with you.

This is basically similar to babaganoush, but a little bit different! When I was a kid, my mum made it a lot and we all loved it so much and still love it. I have never seen this in other places in Southeast Asia or in Indonesia (particularly). In my mum’s recipe, she cooks it with sweet basil and fried anchovies in the end. I changed it a little bit, I used parsley instead of sweat basil and fried bacon instead of fried anchovies!

Ingredients:

2 Eggplants.

2 Cloves of Garlic (chopped).

1 Package of Bacon (100 gr).

1 handful of Parsley.

Juice of 1/2 Lemon.

Salt, Pepper and Vegetable Broth to taste.

How to cook!

Roast the eggplants in the oven, 350 F (170 C) for an hour. You can also steam or boil them. I prefer to roast or steam rather than to boil.

Let them cool.

Peel off the skin.

Heat your stove in medium heat and fry the bacon until crispy and then lay it on the paper towel so it gets dry and you won’t taste the oil.

Use the oil from the bacon to stir fry the garlic. Then put the eggplants and mash the eggplants using the cooking spoon. Put vegetable broth, salt and pepper to taste. Cook them in slow temperature until very mushy. Turn of the heat. Put the lemon juice and parsley.

Enjoy it with your crispy bacon! Yum!

xoxo