Japanese Style “Halal” Ramen Noodles

After being inspired by watching Mark Wien's video on Tokyo Ramen Tour I decided to recreate this "authentic" version of Japanese Ramen noodles myself.  Getting halal authentic Ramen noodles is virtually impossible here in the US, as pork broth is the most widely used broth at Ramen restaurants.  This dish is far removed from the … Continue reading Japanese Style “Halal” Ramen Noodles

Peri Peri Garlic Chicken with Teriyaki Glaze

Peri Peri Garlic Chicken with Teriyaki Glaze. Growing up in the UK and visiting often, I always end up going to Nando's.  It's a fantastic South African restaurant chain that specializes in Portuguese-style chicken dishes with various peri-peri marinades.  In the UK, Nando's sauces and seasonings can be found very easily.  They are available in … Continue reading Peri Peri Garlic Chicken with Teriyaki Glaze

Best Method to Cook Perfect Steak: Reverse Searing

After trying a variety of different cooking methods for steak - usually resulting in tough, chewy and generally unfavourable results - I discovered the concept of "reverse searing." For it to work the steak has to be at least 1" to 1.5" thick.  Thin strips of steak are more difficult to cook medium rare. Ingredients Steak Kosher … Continue reading Best Method to Cook Perfect Steak: Reverse Searing