Mix of lamb’s lettuce, chicory and radicchio with some pomegranate seeds and parma ham on top. Orange slices for decoration.
Tastes perfect with a honey and mustard dressing.
Great combination of spicy salad, sour oranges, crispy sweet and sour pomegranate seeds and a creamy sweet and spicy honey and mustard dressing.
Smoked duck breast with salad and sesame sauce. Served with orange-mustard.
Tasty dried squid with Japanese mayonnaise.
Exotic starter in an exotic restaurant.
Nomiya, Munich, Germany.
They call themselves a Japanese-Bavarian restaurant. 😉 Japanese food with some Bavarian ingredients in a Bavarian surrounding.
Fresh fruit salad with coconut crumbs and creamy vanilla cream with raspberry sauce on top.
Ingredients for 2 persons
Homemade swabian noodles:
300 g flour
Milk or sparkling water (with milk they get creamier, with water fluffier)
(You also can use ready to cook Swabian noodles)
Butter or herbed butter
Grated cheese (Emmental cheese, Parmesan cheese or either other cheese you prefer. As heartier the better)
Salt and pepper
For the Swabian noodles mix the flour, salt and the eggs together and add some milk (or water). The dough shouldn’t be to liquid.
Use a Spaetzle grater to press the dough into boiling salted water. When they swim on top take them out and set aside.
(Prepare ready to cook noodles as written)
Heat the butter or herbed butter, if wished combine, but don’t let it burn. Add the noodles and stir.
Season with salt and pepper and add some roasted onions.
Stir and mix all together.
Now add the grated cheese and stir steadily.
Before serving add some roasted onions on top and enjoy.
Two small chicken skewers with sesame crust on top of thinly sliced cucumbers. Cucumbers are marinated with olive oil, rice vinegar and soy sauce. On the side creamy sweet and spicy coconut-curry soup.
Wonderful light Pan-Asian starter.