Chinese Risotto

Chinese Risotto

As with any risotto you have the instructions “stir constantly”, but why? Stirring the rice constantly will add air into the risotto, cooling it down and making it gluey. But if you don’t stir enough, the rice will stick to the bottom and burn. Agitating the...
Easy Thai Roast Chicken

Easy Thai Roast Chicken

Winter is almost over, but even then, a hot meal is not something we’d say no to, especially when it’s a kosher recipe of unprecedented deliciousness. When the days are long and the evenings are the only time that you can relax, why not enjoy something...
Chicken Mulligatawny Soup Recipe

Chicken Mulligatawny Soup Recipe

Mulligatawny Soup, as many people assume is not an Irish dish, it’s comes from India. It was created by Indian servants for functionaries of the British Raj. Mullaga-Tawny signifies pepper water. Also, Seinfeld aficionados will remember it was one of the soups of the...
Pear Shortcakes With Caramel Sauce

Pear Shortcakes With Caramel Sauce

It’s a brand new year, and what better way to celebrate it than to make something new and delicious? Our time indoors has given us the chance to consider new hobbies and to improve on existing ones. We can’t speak for everyone, but collecting delicious recipes online...
Minestrone Soup

Minestrone Soup

Minestrone Soup is one of the funny food staples, for which everyone has a different recipe. Its origins go back to early Rome and its surroundings. Many cooks use tomatoes and potatoes in their recipes. These however were still hiding away in the Americas until much,...
Frozen Key Lime Pie

Frozen Key Lime Pie

Are you looking for a more citrus-y dessert to cap off your evening meals? Or do you just want a new kosher pie option for your future celebrations? Well, in this time of enforced indoor living, a breath of fresh new cuisine might be enough to get you out of your...