World Food Challenge

Day 134: Palau and Pichi-Pichi

Good evening, Raffies! Today we are going to Palau to try yet another dessert: Pichi-Pichi. The reason why I chose this dish is quite silly, I thought the name was hilarious. In consistency, Pichi-Pichi reminded me of some mochis from Japan and my Japanese husband agrees, so maybe I am not completely insane. However, the… Continue reading Day 134: Palau and Pichi-Pichi

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Day 133: Pakistan and Matar Keema

Good evening, Raffies! Today we are going to another country with far too many delicious dishes to choose from..so this one was tough..but I remember from my childhood that I liked this Pakistani dish with minced meat and peas..thus, Matar Keema it is! The recipe is very simple. 500 g minced lamb 250 g matar… Continue reading Day 133: Pakistan and Matar Keema

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Day 132: Oman and Omani Chicken Maraq

Good evening, Raffies! Today we are going to Oman and we are enjoying some Chicken Maraq. This dish contains the colours and the flavours of Oman. The recipe is simple, just takes some time to cook: 1 chicken, cut into pieces 2 tbsp ghee 1 onion, chopped 2 cloves of garlic, crushed 2 1/2 tbsp… Continue reading Day 132: Oman and Omani Chicken Maraq

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Day 130: North Korea and Mul-naengmyeon

Good evening, Raffies! Today we are going to North Korea. This time, my husband chose the dish, for he had been to a North Korean restaurant, when he was living in China: Mul-naengmyeon! This noodle soup is a typical dish for war summer days. It is a cold noodle soup, that reminded me of the Japanese… Continue reading Day 130: North Korea and Mul-naengmyeon