Cajun Shrimp Stew

I first learned about Cajun flavor when I started eating and making Jambalaya rice. I usually buy it in a box and I would just add meat or seafood into the rice. Coming from a rice-bowl society in Southeast Asia, the concept and taste of Jambalaya rice is still new to me. Since my introduction … More Cajun Shrimp Stew

Salmon En Croute

I can’t get enough of Salmon! So today, I have another special salmon recipe. This time it’s en croute style, a French term for anything baked in pastry. Baking salmon is quite challenging because it dries out easily. Yet, baking is a very common household cooking technique because it’s simple and easy. And it gives salmon … More Salmon En Croute

Salmon and Potato En Papillote w/ Coconut Curry Sauce

 I don’t know how else to properly describe this recipe except that it’s healthy, clean and very light in the belly. The combination of coconut milk, curry, and honey gives it a very Southeast Asian flavor with a mild spicy kick of cayenne pepper. Besides the salmon, the rest of the ingredients are plant-based which dissolve … More Salmon and Potato En Papillote w/ Coconut Curry Sauce

Bread-Crusted Salmon

April is an important month for most Christians who still observe Lent which begins on Ash Wednesday and ends Easter Sunday. This event is observed mainly in the Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, and Roman Catholic Churches. Where I came from, the observance of Lent is very colorful and elaborately ritualistic. Devotees are literally crucified … More Bread-Crusted Salmon


Six Tastes Kitchen just turned 1-Year old! Someone had asked me, why do I blog? Do I make money of it? And my answer was,  It gives me a sense of purpose! I started this blog simply as a hobby. After blogging for a year, I realized it has turned into a commitment – a commitment … More Anniversary

Irish Soda Biscuit

This recipe is not your traditional butter biscuit or an Irish soda bread. The difference is – it has other “fun” ingredients which added more depth to its flavor such as dried fruits, nuts and aromatic spices like fennel. The Irish calls it the Americanized version of their soda bread. Traditional Irish Soda bread has … More Irish Soda Biscuit