If you love to eat out and find a dish that will decorate your Christmas table, then you’ve come to the right place, because Ilive is the continuation of the article “Top 50 dishes around the world.” Today we will introduce you to dishes and products which gained the love of people and are very popular all over the world.
25. Crab in butter, India
To get to the people taste and aesthetic pleasure, the crab will have to suffer and, as in the fairy tale “the little humpbacked Horse”, to swim in a VAT, not only with milk and water, and boiling oil. Each piece of crab is soaked with garlic-butter sauce, the aroma of Indian herbs gives a perfect flavor. But the main thing is that the crab can be eaten whole, without brushing. His armor is very delicate and creates a fantastic range of flavors.
24. Champ, Ireland
Irish national dish Champ is destroyed faster than the first pint on Friday. Oh! By the way, Champ is mashed potatoes with scallions, butter, salt and pepper. The perfect addition to any meat or fish. Or maybe meats and fish – the addition to Champa? However, in order to understand this, better check yourself, for example, in any Irish pub. Continue reading
What are the only crazy and extreme varieties of food and delicacies not eaten by people from different countries in the world. Today we want to tell you about some of them. We promise you will not soon forget about this.
Attention! The content of this article is not recommended reading especially impressionable and those who have recently had Breakfast.
A century egg is an ingredient used in Chinese cooking, added to salads and other sophisticated dishes. During its preparation the yolk of a duck, chicken or quail eggs becomes dark green or gray, acquires a creamy consistency, the smell of ammonia and sulfur. At the same time protein is usually painted in dark brown color, becomes translucent and look like jelly.
These changes occur due to the intentional increase in the pH of the eggs and moisture content of the sodium. So, according to the traditional way of cooking, first make a mixture of alkaline clay, wood ash, unslaked lime and sea salt. With rubber gloves this mass cover each egg, and then roll in the rice husk. Subsequently, these eggs will be placed in a closed cloth jars or tightly woven baskets, where they will be stored for many months, until the mass completely solidifies. When that happens, the century-old eggs will be removed from the masses, and they will be ready to eat. Continue reading
After reading an article on the Internet, decided to share the info and maybe someone razveselit and the prices for these masterpieces! Write that true gourmets will spare neither time nor money to enjoy a really exclusive dish. Some of them need to be booked in the restaurant for a few days until that magic moment when you can try.
1. Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata , or scrambled eggs with lobster, served in restaurant Norma’s at Le Parker Meridien in new York.
For this dish, but six of the choicest eggs and fresh cream, you need the meat of a lobster, chives and 10 ounces black caviar (about 300 g, at a price per ounce of $65). Representatives of the restaurant say that the dish costs the guests almost at cost of $1000. In the menu there is a more budget version of Frittata with a reduced amount of lobster meat and caviar costing only $100.
2. Pizza Louis XIII proves that fast food can be elevated to the level of true culinary art.
Chef Renato viola (Salerno, Italy) prepares her long and lovingly. As a filling, which is laid out on pizza in front of customer, he uses shrimp, lobster meat and lobster, three kinds of caviar and Buffalo mozzarella, and salt dish exclusively Australian pink salt mined in the valley of the Murray river (it gives the pizza a special concencus and aroma). Continue reading