Whip up simple but decadent dishes from different countries and let your taste buds take flight!
Do you love to try unique cuisines from different cultures but cannot go on a trip due to constraints? Are you especially fond of gourmet foods but struggle to find treats that suit your palette? During your travels, have you chanced upon culinary creations so delectable that you’d go to any lengths just for another taste?
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For starters, you can opt for the healthy Thai-Style Crunchy Vegetable Salad, a colourful medley of vegetables that’s refreshing and also satisfying. The just-tossed salad is bright and crunchy, perfect with some grilled chicken or a sandwich.
Alternatively, get yourself a bowl of light Japanese Miso Soup to whet your appetite and warm your souls. You can customise your soup to your preference with shiitake mushrooms, clams or even chicken for extra flavours.
Want a dinner you won’t forget? Try the Coconut Curry Fish! The golden hue and distinctive flavour makes it a favourite amongst the crowd. With the ingredients wonderfully complementing each other, it’s salty, savoury and sweet all at once.
Another great option for your weeknight dinner is the Garlicky Cashew Chicken. The highlight of this dish is the cashew sauce. It boasts a richness that even peanut satays cannot compare to. The unique flavour practically dances on your tongue and leave you longing for more.
No meal is complete without dessert. End your day on a sweet note with a slice of Swedish Almond Cake. The cake is moist, buttery and tender – a great way to treat yourself. Easy to make and beautiful in its simplicity, this cake is perfect for all your special occasions.
Prefer something with a zest? Don’t worry, we have just the cake for you. Try the Italian Lemon Ricotta Cake! A stellar dessert that is super smooth and creamy and absolutely delicious. The lemon and cheese combination is perfectly well balanced – one bite and it leaves you wanting for more.
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