Creamy coconut, mild bitter coffee, and the crunchiness of agar are combined into a flavorful ice cold cup that is perfect for any working day.
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A blend of smoky grilled pork, twirly sweet & sour papaya and savory dipping fish sauce make Bun Cha the most remember dish around town.
Summer time is calling for a refreshing, sweet and sour flavor of the Watermelon – yogurt smoothies combination. Just throw them all into the blender and you’re in for a treat.
Popular with its eye-catchy presentation, the inside out California sushi roll is perfect for those who want to enjoy sushi but don’t like to consume raw fish.
No matter which types of sushi you like, whether it’s maki rolls, nigiri, onigiri, etc. the heart of all these Japanese dishes is the rice. The perfect sushi rice will be mildly sweet, scent and a bit sticky.
In for something fun? Don’t want to touch your stove? Here’s a cool appetizer dish for you: smoke salmon avocado rolls, the low carb and fulfilling way.
Today, I will introduce a traditional Vietnamese way of the Avocado Smoothie, with some tips and tricks along the way to enhance or twist the flavor too.
Chicken is great for your health, so are cucumbers, tomatoes, and herbs. This chicken cucumber salad is a super easy dish to make, with less than 5 minutes cook time (boil the chicken). It is beautiful with all the colors, taste fresh, cool, and full of goodness to replenish your health.
Chayote is available widely at most grocery stores for around 69 – 99 cent per pound all year round. It has a very mild fresh flavor, beautifully green and firm texture that when cooked, taste like gourd or firm squash.
Boiling an egg is a fundamental cooking skill, yet many people don’t know how to boil an egg. It can seem intimidating and tricky at first, but boiling eggs is actually pretty simple, once you get the hang of it. Check out these step-by-step instructions, and you’ll be boiling eggs like a pro in no time! Note that you can use this same method for hard-boiled eggs or soft-boiled eggs—all you’ll change is the amount of time your eggs cook.