After many Japanese and Chinese cuisine related recipes, I want to share something from another great Asian cuisine country. This time we are in Korea and I have an easy and delicious recipe for sigeumchi-namul (시금치 나물) for you. This is blanched spinach with scallions and sesame.
I’ve got another recipe with duck breast for your. Last time I went a little Italian and today we are going down the silk road and have a Chinese inspired low carb spicy duck with vegetables and noodles.
I am a huge fan of soups and shredded chicken. That’s why I shared recipes with those ingredients with you in the past (in case you missed it Low Carb Shredded Chicken Soup, delicious ramen done with my tea cooker). As I enjoy ramen in particular I figured it was time to share a shredded chicken ramen recipe with you. This is a low carb soup.
This is part two of a 2-part series about izakayas. In part one (Japanese Gastropubs – The Izakaya) I shortly described what an izakaya is, what’s so special and interesting about it and shared my experiences at two izakayas that I visited earlier in 2016. In part two I will show you how to izakaya yourself. Or in other words: I welcome you to Stefan’s Izakaya! I will share recipes for four basic izakaya dishes with you.