The precious recipe of sushi
Japanese cuisine has been and remains very popular throughout the world. Not less popular these dishes and the Philippines. But to enter into the history of cooking, have to do something really extraordinary. Succeeded to the chef Angelito Araneta Jr. from the restaurant in Manila called Karat-Chef.
In order to prepare the most expensive sushi in the world, you need the following ingredients: Japanese rice, sugar, muscovado, artesian water 70-year old, 12 year old balsamic vinegar from Italy, foie Gras, Norwegian salmon, mango, pickled cucumber, crabmeat, wild saffron, mayonnaise with butter.
But all of these ingredients are not worth a tenth of the declared price of the land . In order to make sushi a truly precious, the chef has added 12 of the rarest pearls found on Palawan island and 4 large African diamond weighing 0.2 carats each. In addition, all sushi wrapped in edible gold leaf at 24 CT.
The most expensive sushi sticks
There is the most expensive sushi in the world in the usual sticks – a real mauvais ton. For such unique dishes required special devices. Such as the most expensive sushi sticks, izgotovlyayuschei fashion brand Louis Vuitton. Continue reading
Usually any article of food causes salivation rampant and inevitable trip to the fridge in search of “something”. I’m sure that today you into the kitchen not going. Today the talk is about the strangest dishes in the world. For those countries where they were invented, it can be quite normal food, even a delicacy. You’ve probably heard about the dishes of their monkey brains, fried Scorpions, a bear’s paw, rotten fish and similar “delicacies”. We wouldn’t come to cook this dish in his kitchen, but, drat, eat, and praising…. What can you offer hospitable hosts from the “special dishes”?
Skates on sticks
No, not the lollies in the shape of sea horses, like our “males”. It’s a Chinese delicacy – fried seahorses on a wooden skewer. The range can offer even grasshoppers or Scorpions – delicacies for any taste!
This Japanese delicacy. And this is not wasps encroach on sweet sticky cookie dough. This is a specially prepared dessert, for which OS is pre-boiled in boiling water, dried and added to the dough. A pack of those biscuits is not expensive – less than a hundred rubles. I wonder how the chef copes with the wasps before they get into hot water? Continue reading
The dishes are a delicacy in some parts of the world, others may be considered tasteless or disgusting and inedible and even poisonous.
See 14 of the most exotic dishes in the local cuisine of different countries are considered delicacies.
1. KAFU marzu is a traditional cheese from Sardinia also known as “maggoty cheese”. And all because he was filled with the larvae of the cheese fly and left outdoors. The larvae speed up the composting process and makes the cheese very soft. When Katsu Marco reaches the desired maturity, it is cut and spread on flat bread “pane carasau” served with fortified red wine.
This need is cheese with live maggots, though of course not everyone will go to it. But if daredevil still dare to take this step, he should be careful, because the larvae jump to a height of 15 centimeters. If the larvae in the dead cheese means that cheese is stale.
2. Balut or balut also known as “egg with legs” is a delicacy in Southeast Asia, especially the Philippines. Fertilized duck egg out in the sun to speed up the process of embryo development. After a few days or weeks — depending on the country where the foetus is fully formed, the egg is boiled a short time. Balut is eaten with a spoon right from the shell and eaten completely with bones and straight beak . This dish is considered an aphrodisiac. Continue reading