Just another single, polyglot, xenophilic, Texan in the kitchen...

Just another single, polyglot, xenophilic, Texan in the kitchen...

Category: rice

Palak Paneer, Pulao, and Roti

Palak Paneer, Pulao, and Roti

Indian food. I love Indian food so much. In fact, being a vegetarian would be a lot easier if I were to just eat Indian food every day. However, sometimes I get in the mood for other types of foods, so…yeah. I’ll eat more Indian […]

Healthy Fried Brown Rice

Healthy Fried Brown Rice

Healthy Salmon Fried Brown Rice with Kikkoman Soy Sauce (not low-sodium.) I love Chinese-American food, and I love making Chinese-American food. In the past I have made Orange Chicken, Lemon Chicken, and Chicken Fried Rice. At Chinese-American restaurants, I usually order Orange Chicken or Fried […]

Orange Chicken Revisited

Orange Chicken Revisited

Here is another recipe I’m revisiting because the original photos are HORRIBLE, and this dish is worthy of being on my blog twice. QUESTION: Whenever you are in the process of making a dish, do you think about what you are going to write about […]

Supplì

Supplì

My blog has caused me to realize that I like Italian food more than any other International food. The reason could also lie in the fact that I am addicted to ItalianFood.Net and watch their cooking videos almost daily. When I saw this video for […]

Chicken, Shrimp, & Chorizo Paella & A Giveaway!

Chicken, Shrimp, & Chorizo Paella & A Giveaway!

Two years ago, my mother and I went to Madrid, Spain. Once there, I was tempted to try paella, but the presence of seafood prevented me from doing so. You see, the only types of unfried seafood I like are very small shrimp (like in […]

Shredded Beef Tacos

Shredded Beef Tacos

I cannot believe I forgot to blog about this dish! Remember when I made the adobo sauce many moons ago?! Well, there was a purpose for that sauce, and I was supposed to share with you all this dish I’m posting today. What a bad […]

Jerk Chicken with Rice and “Peas”

Jerk Chicken with Rice and “Peas”

When I make international dishes, I try to be as authentic and traditional as I can possibly be as I was with the Murgh Makhani, Tamales, and Lasagne al Ragù. However, there are times when I work so hard one part of a recipe, that […]

Tandoori Murgh Makhani

Tandoori Murgh Makhani

The green garnish on top of the dishes isn’t green hair; they’re dried kasoori methi or fenugreek leaves (see next photo). Raghavan Iyer, the author of 660 Curries, translates this dish from “Murgh Makhani“ to “Grilled Cornish Game Hens with a Tomato-Fenugreek Sauce”, but I […]

Chicken Fried Rice

Chicken Fried Rice

A few months ago, I made a post about a healthy shrimp fried rice I had a made a long time ago. While that dish was fantastic, especially for being a healthier version, I had been wanting to try the “regular” version for awhile. I […]

Chinese Lemon Chicken

Chinese Lemon Chicken

My colleague and friend admitted that she visits my blog from time to time (along with others who never comment *glares their way* haha j/k) and that she even visits it in search of dinner ideas. She complained gently that I had a dearth of […]

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