Main Course

Chankonabe Japanese Stew

Step into the heart of Japan with a bowl of Chankonabe, a hearty stew that’s not just a meal but a piece of history. This dish is a staple in the sumo wrestling world, providing rikishi (sumo wrestlers) with the calories and nutrients needed to bulk up. Its origins are steeped in tradition, likely becoming a key part of the sumo diet during the Edo period (1603-1868), embedding it deeply in Japanese culture.

Japanese curry with lotus root

Diving into the heart of Japanese cuisine, let’s talk about a dish that brings the exotic crunch of lotus root into our kitchens – a twist on the classic Japanese curry. Lotus root, with its unique texture reminiscent of a cooked potato or carrot, not only adds a delightful crunch but also packs this dish with health benefits. Rich in dietary fiber and vitamins C and B, it’s a heart-healthy choice that supports the immune system.

Traditional Chicken Kiev

Oh, Chicken Kiev, that classic dish that takes you straight back to the heart of traditional cuisine with a twist! This isn’t just any chicken dinner; it’s a journey through history, packed with flavors and culinary craftsmanship. Originating from the early 20th century, it’s often attributed to Russian and Ukrainian chefs who were keen on impressing their guests with something out of the ordinary

Delicious pork ribs in honey mustard marinade

Dive into a dish that’s a perfect blend of sweet and savory with pork ribs marinated in a honey mustard concoction. This recipe is not just about whipping up a meal; it’s about creating a culinary experience that’s both deeply satisfying and a feast for the senses. The marinade, a harmonious mix of Gijon mustard, honey, soy sauce, ketchup, and BBQ sauce, coated over tender pork ribs, promises a flavor that’s as rich as its history.

Meat nests with grated potatoes and pickles

Dive into a dish that brings comfort and creativity to the table with meat nests cradled in grated potatoes and accented with the tang of pickles. This recipe is a unique twist on traditional meat dishes, showcasing how a blend of simple ingredients can elevate the humble minced meat into something extraordinary. The combination of beef and pork creates a base that’s both flavorful and juicy, ensuring that each bite is packed with savory goodness.

Tatar Azu (beef with potato)

Dive into a dish that brings the heartiness of beef and the comfort of potatoes together, seasoned with a hint of tartness from pickled cucumbers. This recipe, known as Tatar Azu, is a culinary journey to the Tatar regions, where it has been warming hearts and homes for centuries. It’s a testament to the simplicity of ingredients coming together to create a meal that’s both satisfying and steeped in tradition.

Sole Meunière Recipe

Imagine a dish where simplicity meets sophistication head-on, creating a symphony of flavors with just a few ingredients. This is the essence of a classic French recipe that transforms the humble white fish into a culinary masterpiece. The dish, known for its lightness and delicate balance, is a testament to the adage that sometimes less truly is more.

Straw and Hay Recipe

Straw and Hay Recipe
Straw and Hay Recipe
Course: Main Course, Pasta

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Diving into a dish that marries simplicity with elegance, we explore a pasta recipe that’s as visually appealing as it is delicious. Imagine weaving together the soft greens of spinach pasta with the golden hues of traditional tagliatelle, creating a delightful blend that’s not just a treat for the eyes but also a feast for the body. This dish, with its humble origins, has evolved over the years, becoming a canvas for flavors and textures that tell a story of culinary evolution.

Sausage and Peppers

Diving into a dish that marries the robust flavors of Italian sausages with the vibrant crunch of bell peppers offers not just a feast for the eyes but a treasure trove of nutrients. This meal, with its colorful peppers and hearty sausages, brings a slice of Mediterranean cuisine to your table, emphasizing the beauty of simplicity in cooking.

Shrimp Buzara Style

Shrimp Buzara Style is a traditional Istrian recipe of shrimp similar to langoustines, not found in American waters, and it comes from the area of Trieste, Istria and Dalmatia, where some of the best scampi are caught. This dish is known for its delicious taste and unique texture. The combination of shrimp and tomato products is a match made in heaven. The dish is also healthy, as shrimp is low in calories and rich in omega-3 fatty acids, nutrients, and antioxidants.
A serving of Shrimp Buzara Style (100g) contains approximately 231 calories. It is also a good source of protein, vitamin A, and calcium.

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