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This is where we share cooking tips, tutorials and all things cooking. Take a look at all of the blog posts that are put on Ohmydish.

How to make fish seasoning


Making your own fish seasoning is super easy, no mortar needed and you can adjust them exactly to your own taste!

Potential Health Risks of Going Vegan


There might be potential health risks when going vegan; here is what to expect when going vegan and how to prevent risks.

Tofu Frying Tips


Tofu is a super versatile ingredient that can be cooked in all sorts of ways, especially frying. A staple in Asian cuisine, fried tofu is delicious and surprisingly nutritious.

Tortilla vs. Bread: Which is Healthier?


When comparing tortillas vs. bread, you might think there’s a simple answer to the healthier option.

How to make tandoori spice mix


Making your own tandoori spice mix is easy and extra delicious because the spices are briefly roasted in a pan.

How to Easily Find Great Cooking Recipes


Trying out new recipes, new flavors and exotic dishes will take your taste buds on a fresh adventure with every meal. Here’s how to easily find great cooking recipes!

How to make homemade ricotta


Making your own ricotta at home is very easy and super fresh. Using only 3 ingredients and not much time.

How to make shawarma spice mix


Making your own shoarma herbs is super easy, you don't even need a mortar! You can use this delicious spice mix for a shawarma sandwich or chicken shoarma.

How to make red sauerkraut


You can adjust the flavor of your own homemade red sauerkraut with herbs and the fermenting time. An easy recipe with only a few ingredients.

How to make sambal


Have you ever used sambal? A pepper paste that can be made spicy or even spicier. Depending on the type of chillies you're using.

Ground beef seasoning mix


Making your own ground beef seasoning mix is super easy and so much more delicious than store-bought spice mixes. With cloves, nutmeg, garlic and more.

How to make mild curry paste


A homemade curry paste is delicious, and you can also adapt it to your own taste. This yellow mild curry paste can be simply made with a mortar and pestle.