Posts Tagged ‘cuisine’

Steak Japanese Style: Chaliapin Steak

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in food

Have you ever tried Chaplin steak? This is one of the most tender steaks that you can get in Japan, and it’s tenderized using onions instead of traditional methods. I really enjoy a good steak from time to time, and the first time that I tried Chaliapin steak, I fell in love with the flavor. In this guide, I am going to explain what makes this recipe so tasty and give you several other Japanese steak recipes to try.

A Meat Substitute with a Perfect Texture: Fried Tofu

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

When I’m looking for a delicious food that goes with anything, I never hesitate to fry tofu. Fried tofu provides all of the crunches that I desire from dishes like tempura or tonkatsu, and it requires no meat, which means that I don’t have to sweat the fat as much. Whether I deep-fry the food or fry it up in my skillet with some sesame oil, I can’t get enough of the soy-based entrée, and in this guide, I’m going to show you exactly how wonderful frying up tofu can be.

The Perfect Sides for All of Your Fish Dishes

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

I’ll be honest, I didn’t always know the best sides for fish dinners, and as a result, I think that I may have made some poor choices in my pairings. Over the years, I’ve learned what flavors pair best to make great side dishes for fish, and I’ve even expanded my knowledge to the best veggies and salad dishes as well. In the next few sections of this article, I’m going to show you some of my favorite side dishes to accompany various seafood main courses, which include salmon, shrimp, tilapia, and lobster.

Salt and Pepper Chips to Complement Any Meal

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in food

Do you enjoy eating salt & pepper chips? Me too, but you are most likely imagining the thin potato chips that you get in a bag when I asked that question, but did you know there is another kind of chips that you can enjoy. Think fish and chips. This type of chips are better known by most of us as French fries, and these salt and pepper chips taste just as great. So, how do you make them at home? Well, there are several different methods of cooking that you can try.