Shakshouka – Quick and Easy Tunisian One Pan Dish of Eggs in Tomato Sauce

Shakshouka

Shakshouka: Quick and Easy Tunisian One Pan Dish of Eggs in Tomato Sauce Welcome to my blog post about Shakshuka, a Tunisian one pan dish of eggs in tomato sauce. This simple but flavorful dish is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. What is Shakshuka? Shakshouka is a dish of tomatoes, spices, and eggs that … Read more

Som Tam: Thai Papaya Salad

Som Tam: Thai Papaya Salad

We always enjoy exploring the dishes and recipes of Southeast Asian cuisines. From Laos to Thailand to Vietnam (and beyond), each cuisine offers an incredible diversity of taste brought into harmonious balance with one another. Som tam, however, might actually take this “balancing” characteristic one step further, and it all starts in the region from … Read more

Chatamari: Nepali Rice Flour Crepe

Chatamari: Nepali Rice Flour Crepe

There’s a lot to get excited about with chatamari. Even when described as a “Nepali rice crepe,” we were already intrigued. Little did we know, however, how short that description actually sells the recipe itself. Because once you have a taste, you’ll understand that chatamari is far more than any old “rice crepe” could be. … Read more

Doro Wot: Ethiopian Berbere & Chicken Stew

Doro Wot: Ethiopian Berbere & Chicken Stew

Coming from the DC area, there is a true abundance of high-quality and amazing Ethiopian restaurants around town. This cluster of amazing Ethiopian food is, oddly enough, one of the few things that the DC food scene is known for. After recently going to one of our favorite places nearby, it dawned on us that … Read more

Chakalaka

chakalaka dish

Sure, most recipes will leave a little room for imagination to the beholder (in other words, the cook). Chakalaka, however, is a different story. After the base ingredients of onions, tomatoes and peppers, it seems like everyone has a unique spin on how to make a proper chakalaka. In all of our recipe research done here … Read more

Shorshe: Bangladeshi Fish Curry

Shorshe: Bangladeshi Fish Curry

In our pursuit to try different worldly recipes, sometimes there are some ingredients that are simply too difficult to come across, at least where we are in the US. In this case, it was the ilish, otherwise known as half of the Bangladesh’s more traditional shorshe ilish recipe. Nevertheless, when the ingredient is simply too difficult to come … Read more