Thai Spicy Fried Rice with Basil and Shrimp

This spicy fried rice recipe is absolutely delicious.  It’s quick, easy to make and completely customizable with any of your favorite ingredients. Fried Rice | A Typical Asian Staple Fried rice is a very typical Asian cuisine, usually available at every Asian restaurant in North America and Asia. I have a few favorite fried rice recipes that are my usual go-to when I’m out for lunch, but my all-time favorite is Spicy Fried Rice or Spicy Basil Fried Rice with Shrimp. Those are much harder to find unless you have a lot of authentic Thai or Szechuan restaurants near your …

Mulled Wine Recipe | Recipe for Gluhwein

Mulled Wine Recipe – A Christmas Tradition in Germany and Austria This traditional homemade mulled wine recipe is incredibly easy to make on the stovetop or in a slow cooker and is undeniably cozy and delicious. Mulled wine or Gluhwein is a time tested tradition in Germany –it is offered almost everywhere during the Christmas season at the various Christmas Markets across Germany and Austria. While shopping and socializing, a warm glass of Gluhwein, a red wine beverage flavored with holiday spices and orange are offered at nearly all the stalls to keep people warm during their brisk stroll on …

Easy Hot Thai Tea Latte Recipe | Homemade Thai Tea Recipe

Hot Thai Tea Latte and Thai Iced Tea This easy Thai Tea recipe is made with a homemade DIY Thai Tea mix. However, if you like the pre-made restaurant-style, I will also show you how to make Thai Tea from pre-packaged brands.  Hot Thai Tea Latte is not yet a ‘thing’, but Thai Iced Tea or Thai Cold Tea (Cha Num yen) is a very popular drink in both Thailand and even all over the world. This creamy, rich, almost floral black tea is usually served sweet and cold —perfect for Thailand’s scorchingly hot weather. In Thailand, they’re sold in cafes, …

Chocolate Pots de Crème Recipe for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day Chocolate Pots de Crème Recipe Chocolate Pots de Crème is a French dessert similar to chocolate mousse or ganache, albeit a much more decadent and richer delight. If you’re a dessert lover but not much of a baker (like myself), this is the perfect dessert to showcase your ‘baking skills’ for Valentine’s Day. After a brisk stroll through a winter wonderland followed by a romantic candlelight dinner, nothing expresses that ‘I Love You’ like home-made dessert enjoyed together while cosying on the couch watching your favourite flick. And setting up that romance takes less than 20 minutes to …