Fusion Spaghetti Bolognese

This is just a real treat for being stuck inside with no one to love you. (Or too many people to love.) All it needs is some pull apart cheesy breadsticks and some pot roast with vegetables, nothing else big. Okay double chocolate fudge brownies too!


That’s right! Spaghetti Bolognese with Asian twist. For Italians, please do not look into this, you are not gonna be happy about it… 🙂 I honestly like this version, it gives a really refreshing taste, thanks to the lime leaves! The dried chilies won’t give the spicy taste, so don’t worry! It would only give a slight taste of peppery. So I hope you enjoy trying a slightly different side of the traditional Asian or Italian food…

Total Time: 40 minutes

Servings: 2-3


250 g Spaghetti

400 g Minced meat

1 pcs Onion, chopped small

3 stk. Carrots, chopped small

250 g (1 can) Tomato sauce

1 stk Cinnamon

2 stk Anis

4 pcs Dried chilies

5 Lime leaves

1 tbsp Soy sauce

1 tsp Salt

2 tsp Sugar

3 tbsp Heavy cream

2 tbsp Olive oil


Grated Parmesan cheese



  • Boil water in a big…

View original post 116 more words


Ghee (Clarified Butter)

This is something useful to know how to make to help cut back on the fat content of food that needs grease to cook!

Today I am sharing how to make your own Ghee at home. It is way easier than one would think. I guarantee you that once you try making your own at home, you will never buy it from the store again. What is Ghee? A staple of Indian cuisine, this specially prepared clarified butter is traditionally made by slowly simmering butter until the water evaporates and the milk solids gently brown. The butter clarification process yields a richly flavored butter oil with nutty flavor. In technical terms, it is great for all types of cooking due to its lower water content and high smoke point of 450F. Due to its high smoke point, makes a huge different on how your food cooks and tastes. I use ghee with most of my foods, including stir fry, curries, baking. and sauces. When used with baking, your baked goods brown more evenly and…

View original post 284 more words