Achcharu is a very popular side dish in Sri Lanka, and there are 2 varieties of it, either the Jaffna style or the Sinhalese style. Achcharu is actually spiced, pickled greens, that is eaten as a side dish for rice or pittu. It’s a must have in the tamil kitchen, if you ask me. No meal is complete without achcharu 😉Continue reading “Yazhpana [Jaffna] Style Achcharu”
Pickled onions is nowadays something that can be eaten with almost anything that’s not sweet; let it be salads, sandwich, cheese, burger, soups and other warm meals. I love pickled onions as much as I love the tamil achcharu 😉 And guess what?? I can even eat pickled onions with rice & curry 😉Continue reading “Pickled Onions”
This is one of the easiest recipes 😉 I only started to love Thai food during my visit to Berlin, where we went to Cha Chã Positive Eating, where we gut the yummiest Thai noodle soup. Then I tried make my own Thai noodle soup sevearal times, and I also bring some for lunch at work 😉Continue reading “Vegan Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup”
I’m not in Odense that much, but when I’m there we are usually around enjoying so much and eating yummy food. I love burgers, but not all places in Denmark offer GOOD, TASTY veggie burgers, but the Burger Anarchy in Odense does!
I went to Burger Anarchy a month ago, but forgot everything about my post about it, so I’m sharing it today 😉
You may know that I already made a shout out to Burger Anarchy some years ago. I have been there 2 time ever since, and got the same burger the last 2 times – The Johnny Blaze, but vegetarianized 😉 This is seriously the BEST burger so far! 😉
So next time you’re in Odense, go for the Burger Anarchy 😉