No soy de mucho cocinar así que cuando me invitaron a Cooking with Bloggers en el Restaurante Mercao, pues tuve mis dudas. La cocina me pone nerviosa, la disfruto en la privacidad de mi casa. Se que es algo que quizá no tenga mucho sentido pero bueno que se le va a hacer 😉
Lo que si disfrute del evento fueron los datos que aprendi como por ejemplo, al momento de pelar una manzana pon los trocitos en agua para que mientras preparas el resto de la receta, no se vaya a oxidar.
Tambien, no sabia, que el jengibre no se pica con cuchillo, si no que se saca un poco con una cuchara y luego se pica en cuadritos.
Al igual que para hacer spring rolls o giosas no necesitas romperte la cabeza haciendo la masa. En un lugar asiático que vendan productos puedes conseguir la masa ya hecha y cortada lista para que solo coloques el relleno que desees.
A continuación unas fotos del evento e imágenes de lo que acabo de explicar…¡buen apetito!
I am not one to cook but when I was invited to the event Cooking with Bloggers at Mercao Restaurant, well, lets say I had my doubts. There is something about cooking that makes me nervous, I enjoy it in the privacy of my own home. I know maybe it is something that does not make much sense, but oh well, what can you do 😉
What I did enjoy was all the little tips i got through out the night that I thought were really helpful, for instance, when you cut an apple to make a ceviche for example, put the pieces in a bowl with water so it will not oxidise.
I also did not know that ginger is not chopped with a knife but you take a piece with a spoon and then you cut it in small pieces.
Finally, spring rolls or giosas are the easiest things to make. You can buy the dough at any place that sells Asian products. They are cut to perfection and ready to be filled with any ingredients you like.
Below are some pictures of the event and some of the images of what I just explained above…enjoy!

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