Some point maybe 11 months into the pandemic, we decided it was time to try delivery ramen. I missed ramen so much. (I still do.)
It allowed you to upgrade to extra veggies for free, so obviously I took advantage, but I didn't anticipate that "extra veggies" meant "500 g of lightly seasoned bean sprouts." Which was even more a problem because the both of us upgraded. We were eating our kilo of bean sprouts for days. It also came with looots of raaaw garlic.
Anyway, it finally provided me a chance to safely try a locally famous ramen place that (even throughout the pandemic :|) always has lines around the block. The noodles were thick and chewy! The broth was very nice. The portion and the garlic were a little much, but, you know, they brought ramen to my house! We like that.
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Hey lovely panda, do you maybe know where could I find a good recipes source online? When I'm learning a language, I like to find out as much as I can about the country, tradition, culture, cuisine… But I'm struggling with Japanese cuisine - I still haven't found a trustworthy site which could provide recipes.
Say no more, cooking is a hobby of mine.
First of all, there's a cookbook series called Easy Ethnic Menu Cookbooks. You can find "Cooking the Japanese way" on LibGen and you have there some recipes mixed with culture.
For YouTube channels, i suggest: https://youtu.be/MIkI_W87HhU
There is also "cooking with the dog", which is a very popular channel and it has an extremely chill atmosphere. You have a granny and Francis (the dog).
If you want recipes in Japanese, my favorite approach for this is to type whatever i look for in Japanese on Pinterest and i read the recipes there. You can find many interesting things this way.
Hope this helps you~ Maybe my followers have other sites to add to the list. 🐼
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PONYO Drink // 崖の上のポニョ いんりょう
1. Add two teaspoons of honey and a pinch of cinnamon in your mug
2. Pour boiling water till the half way mark
3. Add warm milk on top and stir
Creator's tip: This recipe tastes great without milk as Tea and is a great substitute for Coffee
Health Benefits :
- Relieves fatigue and body pain as the cinnamon reacts with prostaglandin which relaxes muscles under stress
- Anti Inflammatory
- Reduces risk of heart disease
- Lowers blood sugar levels
- Helps blood flow and reduces cholesterol
- Helps you sleep
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