Food for thought: Sourdough Ciabatta Bread

Hello Everyone, As promised, I just want to share with you all my first sourdough bread which is the fruit of my patience and labor. What I really meant, on this recipe, I used the Sourdough Starter that I made last week. I am very happy of the outcome of the Sourdough Ciabatta Bread. TheContinue reading “Food for thought: Sourdough Ciabatta Bread”

Baker’s Corner: Understanding Sourdough Starter. Introducing my new pet “Cruella”

For the past two weeks, I have been learning the basics of baking Sourdough and Artisan Bread. Again, just like most of you, I am not a professional baker. I still have so much to learn and I really enjoy my journey… This past week, I attempted to make sourdough starter which is one ofContinue reading “Baker’s Corner: Understanding Sourdough Starter. Introducing my new pet “Cruella””

Food for thought: Tamagoyaki (Japanese Egg Omelet) or Gyeran Mari in Korean

Bringing your egg omelet to the next level! What do you think? My family really enjoy this rolled egg omelet for breakfast. Believe me, everyone would love this for breakfast or brunch! I used to make them in half moon or a full round or rectangle and slice them and serve just like everyone. ButContinue reading “Food for thought: Tamagoyaki (Japanese Egg Omelet) or Gyeran Mari in Korean”

Food for thought: Ciabatta Bread

Ciabatta is an Italian bread which main ingredients are flour, yeast and water. Ciabatta word means slipper. The bread is good for sandwiches or can be eaten with olive oil or butter. Today, I am sharing the recipe for Ciabatta bread. Again, when you are passed the beginner stage of baking, you can make allContinue reading “Food for thought: Ciabatta Bread”

Food for thought: Japanese Ramen Noodles

Ramen Noodles is easy to make and delicious. I love my noodles medium soft and chewy. I normally make the broth or soup a day early since I cook the broth for hours. It is tastier and more flavorful that way. I either use chicken broth or pork. I make 2-3 big jars of brothContinue reading “Food for thought: Japanese Ramen Noodles”

Food for thought: Pasteis de Nata (Portuguese Custard Tart)

Hello Everyone, I have been baking the Pasteis de Nata for about two weeks now and every time I do it, it’s getting better and easier. The dough preparation is quite a challenge but it’s worth the while. Pasteis de Nata is the famous Portuguese Custard Tart. What I love about is the crunchy crust!Continue reading “Food for thought: Pasteis de Nata (Portuguese Custard Tart)”

Food for thought: Tteokbokki

Tteokbokki is a famous Korean dish. It’s main ingredient is the rice cake. The dish is spicy and sweet and very filling. What I love about Tteokbokki, the taste is very enticing and of course it definitely increases your appetite. The first time, my children ordered it at Korean restaurant, I thought it was likeContinue reading “Food for thought: Tteokbokki”

Destination: Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

Hola! May is normally my travel month with my daughter as we celebrate our birthdays together. However, due to Covid19 this past 2020 and 2021 we sadly missed it. Since it’s May, all our travel memories are coming back everyday and I sometimes feel sad and at the same time happy as we are soContinue reading “Destination: Playa Del Carmen, Mexico”

For for thought: Japchae (Korean Dish)

Japchae is Glass Noodles with Stir Fried Vegetables. Glass noodles are made from sweet potato starch. I made this Korean dish today and it’s really delicious. Everyone enjoyed it. It’s very easy to make and yet very filling. INGREDIENTS: 300 g glass noodles 200 g sirloin beef thinly sliced 6 pcs white mushrooms cut 6Continue reading “For for thought: Japchae (Korean Dish)”