This soup, a meal in itself and inspired by the famous Vietnamese Pho soup, is ideal to use up leftovers from a Chinese fondue. Pho is traditionally a day-long endeavour and can be daunting. The key is actually the broth, which can be made at any time and frozen. Once you have a broth, it’s just a matter of adding your favourite fresh veggies. Chicken, beef, shrimp, or even mixed seafood work great with this recipe too. And as a bonus, it’s very adaptable to dietary restrictions.
This is the basic recipe for authentic and delicious waffles. They can be as dressed up or down as you like. Serve with fruit, ice cream, maple syrup, or anything you like! The beauty of these is how easy they are to make and how quickly they turn a boring breakfast into a treat.
Also known as «Chicken Makhani», this is a classic Indian dish with many different versions. The creamy sauce is delicious over basmati rice, which itself is nuttier and more aromatic than normal short-grain rice that most North Americans are used to. This recipe is homey and comforting, and full of great flavours.
Paella is the one Spanish dish which is world famous and needs no introduction. It’s also not always so easy to make at home, due to equipment and the availability of some products. SOSCuisine’s quick version is still packed full of seafood and saffron so that you can get a little taste of Spain from your very own kitchen. Don’t be scared to experiment and add your favourite seafood, or chicken.
World cuisine is so diverse and difficult to put into one single list. Do you like ours? We hope you’ll try a few at home and let us know which ones were your favourites!