Archive for May, 2007
The classic Japanese “Kare Tonkatsu” かれ とんかつ is a rather rich meal for all of you hard-working people returning home hungry in the evening. You can vary the taste to suit your personal taste, either hot and spicy, or mild and sweet. It’s just about choosing the curry cubes you like.
Coke really has lots of usages. Initially invented as a medicine against headache, the Taiwanese have even managed to cook a kind of very delicious goulash with it. For variation, instead of pork you can also use chicken.
It is said that Marco Polo imported the spaghetti noodles from China. And if you try this Chinese specialty you will experience, that not only Italians are able to cook mighty tasty spaghetti!
Cold soba noodles is a lightweight dish for summer days. Originating from Taiwan and Japan, you can prepare this delicious dinner in less than 10 minutes
A classic Taiwanese specialty. If you translate “San bei ji” it means something like “Three cups chicken”. Its name is coming from the way it is prepared, using three cups of different special sauces to cook it. The original recipe can be found below - Bon appetite!