Fried rice is found in many countries around the world, but one of the spiciest and richest is the Indonesian nasi goreng.
This is a Filipino stew with a very tasty combination of creaminess and spiciness. If you like Thai green curry, this is for you. It is made with chilies, coconut milk, shrimp paste, onions, pork, ginger, and garlic.
This is a dish that preserves and tastes great. Preserved food from the tropics with a local recipe. Chicken is cooked in soy sauce and vinegar to enhance its preservation properties. It tastes great.
This is a typical Taiwanese dish that is known by those in the know. The name is the worst, but the taste is the best, just the best.
This is Dominican Republic cuisine, a fusion of Islamic, Spanish, Taino and African cultures. I think it has its roots in paella.
This is a fusion of Senegalese, Muslim and French cultures. If you like rice, chicken, onions, or mustard, you must try this dish.
In the 1400s Spain brought rice to Italy. Risotto was born by putting that rice into soup. At the time, famine struck, and the new food, rice and risotto, quickly became popular. But…many rice fields were deliberately destroyed. Rice was mistakenly thought to cause malaria.
This is a pork rice bowl from Hokkaido, the northernmost part of Japan, a kind of Teriyaki. It’s very easy to make and very tasty.
Teriyaki in Japan and Teriyaki outside of Japan are two different things. In Japan, it means a cooking method.
This is a dish very similar to Teriyaki. It wasn’t until the 18th century that Kabayaki was born. This is very difficult to make.