The best kind of snacks are usually the salty ones and this subtle marbling of short rib is the perfect vehicle to create a taste-bud bedazzling beef jerky that will keep you coming for more. Inspired by Ninja Air Fryer original beef jerky recipe, this reduced sodium version (let's be cognizant of our blood pressure here) is effortless in execution. The marinade should thoroughly coat each thinly slice of beef and impart a well balanced flavor profile.
Sharing another of my favorite Thai street food dish recipe and also pescatarian friendly, the crispy and savory pancake in a skillet boasts wholesome mix seafood and a unique batter which has a mochi like inner texture and a crispy outer bite.
Inspired by one of my favorite childhood dim sum tofu pudding dessert, "Tau Huay", this refreshing gingery soy iced latte recreates the traditional flavor with an uplifting twist of salted whipped cream topping. The salted whipped cream adds another dimension by contrasting the sweetness of the ginger soy base and enhancing the richness of the beverage. This is a quick and fun base recipe as you can derive many variations to accommodate various palates or occasion. Keep on reading to check out the fun variations suggestions. As a bonus to this recipe, we'll also teach you how to make homemade ginger syrup that can be versatile for other drinks or desserts.
The salty scent of the sea, the gentle breeze caressing your cheeks, a melody created by an orchestra of sea gulls complimenting the visuals of the endless beautiful turquoise waves spreading cross the white sparkling sand and reflecting against the bright sun. Fantasizing of the Mediterranean summer brings me fond memories of my Euro-trips which brought many food discoveries and new found appreciation for European food. One of my favorite romantic seaside delicacies discovered is the "Moules Marinières" or Sailor Style Mussels.
With covid-19 in the picture, traveling is out of the window. However, the aromas of this recipe will bring you straight to the Mediterranean coast without leaving the house. This dish is perfect for a date night or if you just want to treat yourself. A play on the classic Moules Marinières, this recipe has a kick of red pepper flakes and Japanese sake for a spicy but mellow umami touch.
Fueled by the boredom of stay-at-home folks during this covid-19 crisis, Dalgona coffee took social media by the storm. The coffee infused sugary froth is whipped to a semi-stiff peak and then layered on top of a glass of milk, the aesthetics and the lure of the creamy coffee culture made it a sensational drink to attempt at home. Because I don't drink coffee, but I do drink tea, I wanted to discover a substitute recipe which can pull off the similar aesthetic.
The original Dalgona recipe is alot of hard work to get that sugar whipped up. Obviously it's something that you probably don't have time to do it often. Without spending 15 minutes just whipping away, my recipe relies on using heavy whipping cream to imitate the texture and the richness while reducing whipping time by employing the hand held milk frother. Also, alot of people have been saying that the standard Dalgona coffee recipe tends to be too sweet. Since we're relying on whipping cream and not sugar to create the frothy texture, we can reduce the sugar input to create a balanced component. To elevate this further, I've added a touch of salt to contrast against the sweetness, transforming it to something reminiscence of salted caramel concept where the sweet and salty cream compliments the milk base.
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