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Chicken Meatballs in a Creamy Mustard Sauce

Spiced chicken meatballs in a creamy mustard sauce served over pasta or rice, doesn’t that sound wonderful? I mean how easy and elegant would you like your midweek meals? These Chicken Meatballs in a Creamy Mustard Sauce are crazy good, and you’ll have a finger licking meal in just 40 minutes!

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Shoyuzuke Egg Yolks (Soy Sauce Marinated Egg Yolks)

It’s not a secret that I’m a huge fan of the Asian cuisine, spices and flavours. Lately, I’m into the Japanese cuisine and what I love about it the most, is the simplicity and yet flavorsome dishes that are created with just a few ingredients. This Shoyuzuke Egg Yolk is one of them! Rich in flavor and so simple to make ;-)

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Yaki Onigiri (Grilled Rice Balls) w/ Spicy Surimi

In the mood for sushi but no time to roll? Well, these Yaki Onigiri’s have all the sushi elements but take less time to prepare! They are delicious and easy to make. So, check out my Yaki Onigiri with a spicy Surimi filling!

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Carbonara Risotto w/ Turkey Bacon

Is there anything comforting than eating a delicious Italian style meal with rice, Parmesan cheese and savoury bacon? Yes! Am talking about Carbonaraaa! But this time with a twist, because I’m making a risotto and swapping the bacon with a Turkey substitute. Not entirely authentic, but I promise you it will be equally delicious!

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Yellow Curry Risotto w/ Chili Shrimp

My obsession for Thai food is quite notorious. I looove the authentic Thai flavors, because they’re complex, very aromatic and well balanced. There are three main curries used in Thailand: red, green and yellow and I’ll share three fusion recipes with the famous Thai curries. Am kicking it off with a Yellow Curry Risotto w/ Chili Shrimp! Are you in a for a fusion trip to Italy and Thailand?

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Coconut Rice Pudding (Vegan)

Rice Pudding is a classic dessert (or breakfast, lunch or dinner) for a reason. With some milk, sugar and spice this grain is an instant way to take you back to those fond memories with your grandmother/father (and some of you might have learned it from her as well). Anyways, I’m digressing as usual, but my take on this classis is just as comforting as grandma’s version, just as creamy and just as delish! It can be made vegan, with or without raisins and you can vary with the ingredients! So, check it out ;-)

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(Fried) Rice Pudding Rolls

You may ask yourself now, who on earth comes up with Fried Rice Pudding Rolls? Well, your spiced girl was actually in the mood for a Korean rice cracker snack (which is made with day old rice and you fry in a pan until it becomes a big ol rice cracker) but unfortunately, I messed up the recipe. So, after tossing and turning the rice, I added milk, sugar and vanilla to it. Et voilà, the Rice Pudding happened. As for the fried rolls well, for that you’ll have to continue reading ;-)

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Royal Blue Coconut Rice Pudding

Have you ever had a Royal blue - all natural - coloured rice pudding? A creamy texture topped with crunchy coconut slivers, blueberries and tastes super delish? No? Then you must read on...

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