12 Polish Easter cake (babka)

Happy Easter, everyone! ^^ it's the first time I'm posting a recipe for a cake. I'm kinda nervous ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Babka is the traditional Polish cake for Easter. This one is my sister's special recipe! It's perfect for people who don't like very sweet cakes. It's simple and tasty. And also, very easy to make ^^ ...

11 Korean kimchi soup (김치찌개)

it's been a while since we posted a recipe for Korean food. well, tensai is in Korea now, so I only have pictures of food we have made together in Japan. it's not much left. hope that tensai will cook something in Korea for us, he promised! ^^ so this time: my absolute favourite, kimchi ...

10 Miso soup with pork: 豚汁 (tonjiru)

another dish from the 'cooking with Keiko-san' collection. and it's not the last one yet! ^^ Olivia, I know you've been waiting for that for ages, ごめんね so, especially for you: recipe for tonjiru you love so much! INGREDIENTS:  10 cm daikon (white radish) small piece of ginger 2 spring onions 1 carrot 200g pork ...

9 Polish potato&cottage cheese dumplings (pierogi ruskie)

so, it's time for Polish cuisine. i wanted to cook it when i was still in japan but i've decided it's better to wait for my Babcia to make it. she makes the best pierogi ever (sorry, mum) ^^ it's also for you, tensai. hope it will be easier for you to make them now ...

8 Japanese side dish: おひたし (ohitashi)

it's been a while, i know. being back in poland it's not an easy thing to do ^^ this time, ohitashi (おひたし). ohitashi means boiled green-leaf vegetables, served usually as a side dish in Japanese cuisine. that's the 3rd recipe from the 'cooking with Keiko-san' collection. easy and delicious. enjoy! INGREDIENTS: 1 package of mizuna ...

7 Japanese dish: 天ぷら (tempura)

it's another dish from the 'cooking with Keiko-san' collection. it seems like it's been forever since we cooked together. I'm back in Poland now, tensai - still in Japan. feels so weird to post on this blog, by myself. consulting only with tensai, on fb. but we're not giving up! in the Internet era, everything ...

6 Korean ‘pancake’: 김치 부침개 (kimchi buchimgae)

after coming back from all-day shopping in Namba and then packing my stuff (yes, I'm going back to Poland but about that later). so starving to death we wanted to eat something delicious and easy to make. that's why - buchimgae! ^^ i don't know why were we waiting so long with posting a recipe ...

5 Japanese mixed rice: 炊き込みご飯 (takikomi gohan)

Japanese hidden treasure: rice cooked with vegetables and/or meat, with soy sauce and mirin. Winter, I am ready!

4½ Korean snack: fried chicken stomach (닭모래집볶음)

midnight snack again! Tuesday night, watching movies with tensai. around 4am, little bit tipsy and still not sleepy we suddenly realized that we're hungry. checking the fridge. nothing. freezer? chicken stomachs! we're saved! and that's how I came to know this Korean midnight snack (often eaten while drinking alcohol). delicious! INGREDIENTS 300g chicken stomach 1 ...

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