Chermoula is a marinade mostly used in North African countries like Tunisia, Libya, Algeria and Morocco. It is usually used to marinade seafood, but it also can be used for meat and vegetables. If you need add a bit of variety to your cooking, I encourage you to give this dish a try.
Cuban Mojo (pronounced “Moh-hoh”) is a traditional Cuban sauce used for marinating meats and vegetables alike. This tangy garlic sauce is a staple of Cuban cooking. The authentic sauce is made with sour oranges, which are also known as bitter, bigarade, or Seville oranges.
Quick and easy, this soup is aromatic and tasty. Lemon Grass soup is probably the most popular and well known soup from Thailand. This recipe shows very well what makes Thai cuisine so unique.
This recipe comes from the Philippines, my homeland. My mother used to make this dish for us when we were growing up.
These tuna fish cakes are great for snacks or as a main dish combined with a salad. This recipe is easy to make, gluten-free and great for Paleo lovers.
Who’s ready for a Friday night treat? This is a surprisingly easy “ice cream” recipe that’s completely gluten free and great for Paleo lovers. The best part: you won’t feel guilty after you’ve finished enjoying it.