Spanish Tapas By Maria From HR

In terms of Spanish cuisine, the word “tapas” derives from its literal English translation “covers”.  Historically, small dishes had been used to cover drinks in bars to prevent insects flying into the drinks.  When small snacks were placed in these dishes to enjoy with the drinks, the word “tapas” caught on as the name for … Continue reading

Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette) with Prawn Fried Rice By Kim from Admin

Tamagoyaki is Japanese rolled omelet or dashimaki tamago and is popularly served for breakfast. Flavors of tamagoyaki vary, and various fillings can be added. Preferably, it’s good to use a square tamagoyaki pan to make tamagoyaki, but it’s can be cooked in a regular frying pan. Tamagoyaki  is a classic dish in Japanese bento , … Continue reading

Garlic King Prawn & Mushroom Stuffed Squid Tubes By Ali From Transport

An easy recipe that invites you to experience the full taste of seafood with a little twist. Enjoy the rich taste of squid and prawns combined with tasty vegetables and spices that will surprise everyone at the table. Ingredients FIS295 Ocean Catch (11/20) Cleaned Squid with Tentacles FIS376 Ocean Catch IQF P&D Vannanmei (16/20) King … Continue reading

Vietnamese Traditional Sticky Rice with Prawn Wrapped and Steamed in Banana Leaf (Xoi tom cuon la chuoi) by Kim from Admin

Just as congee is the traditional Chinese breakfast, in Vietnam it is common to start the day with a bowl of sticky rice. This recipe for prawn sticky rice consists of prawn cooked with sweet glutinous rice and coconut milk. Preparation: 10 min Cooking: 30 min   JJ Ingredients: FIS376­_Ocean Catch IQF Raw P&D Vannamei … Continue reading

Peruvian Sea Bass Ceviche in Tiger’s Milk By Gokhan From Product Group

A South American seafood dish typically using raw fish marinated with citrus juices and seasonings including a variety of herbs and spices, onion and pepper. This is my unique recipe of the dish, so enjoy! The marination liquid is called Tiger’s Milk by Peruvians:) Accompany with Pisco, the Peruvian classic….or say cheers to Peru by … Continue reading