Two weeks ago, we cooked food from North Macedonia.
We cooked food from this island nation. Apparently, it’s also the least visited country by tourists.
We cooked again yesterday after a long break. We cooked food from this African nation.
We cooked this like 3 weeks ago but I haven’t had the time to upload the photos. So, here are the things we cooked:
- F’rell Am Rèisleck – trout with white wine. It was my first time to eat trout, it was filled with bones. Nonetheless, this tasted great. 9/10. Recipe here.
- Gromperekichelcher – potato fritters. Reminded me of the swiss Rosti. 8/10. Recipe here.
- Quetschentaart – plum tart. Ours turned out a bit sour but I liked it. 8/10. Recipe here.
We had Mauritanian cuisine yesterday. It was quite difficult to find recipes from this country.
Last weekend, we cooked two dishes from Iran:
- Khoresh-e Fesenjoon – Chicken stew with pomegranate and walnuts. A unique way of cooking chicken. It was a bit sour but tasted great. 8/10. Recipe here.
- Tachin – Crispy saffron rice. I always like it when the food has a crunch. This one was great but we burned the raisins a bit. 9/10. Recipe here.
- Sholeh Zard – Saffron rice pudding. I prefer the rice pudding with milk. 5/10. Recipe here.
We cooked two dishes from Egypt yesterday. Miriam’s family loved everything (giving it 10/10) but they’re biased for these dishes. Here were the two:
- Ta’ameya – Egyptian falafel. My first time to make one. We added salad and tahini dressing. 7/10. But Miriam’s family loved it so much and gave it 10/10. Recipe here.
- Qatayef – Arabic pancakes with cheese filling. They tasted wonderful. 9/10. Recipe here.
We made two dishes from the African nation of Gambia.