It is very difficult to talk about Korean cuisine with comedians from amateur performances. Do you know why, yes?
Meanwhile, Korean cuisine is one of the most interesting in the world. And not only Koreans themselves think so. A familiar elderly Japanese said: “Korean cuisine is number one!” You need to know the Japanese to understand what such recognition is worth.
As a rule, very tasty folk dishes are born where a good climate and nature abundantly reward a person for their work. So, Korea is not the case. There are nations that live in much more favorable conditions than Koreans. Therefore, Korean cuisine is based on hard work.
For example, Koreans are excellent gardeners. Among the stones, on the most uncomfortable lands, they Continue reading
Follow me, I list clockwise, starting at twelve o’clock: peeled tomatoes, chicken stock, carabinieri shrimps, olive oil, paprika, saffron, beans, gumbo pepper, garlic, onion, chili pepper (completely, absolutely not hot !) lightly boiled chicken legs, chicken breast fillet and, of course, a bomb!
Don’t be so scared, why are you so scared? This is Spanish rice, a special variety, it is called a bomb!
This is a special rice intended for paella. Rather, this paella formed around this rice and products that have been available in Valencia for the past five hundred years.
When you have such magnificent rice in front of you, the appearance of which you have been waiting for several years, demanding it on the market “bring the Spanish rice bomb, bring the Spanish rice bomb”, Continue reading
It just so happens that a lot of new readers come to my every post. And, as a rule, these people are new to cooking.
And I know that they will say about this pilaf in advance: “Since there is no meat and carrots here, this is not pilaf, but porridge!”
I don’t even take offense at them, so what if people still don’t know something interesting that can decorate their life and diversify the table?
I just have to tell it all over again every time! For example, to tell that more than half of the world’s pilaf is cooked separately, that is, rice is cooked separately, and everything else is cooked separately. And it all starts each time with boiling water three to four times more in volume than the volume of rice. Continue reading