Spanish Picadillo

If hash is the mishmash pot of the old English colonies, Picadillo is its equivalent across the old Spanish colonies. Adapted to Giniling and Arroz a la Cubana in certain Latin American countries, the dish is a jumble of many everyday items used in Spanish and Latin American kitchens. Like hash, the name comes from…

Hayashi Rice Hash

Hiyashi Rice, or Hayashi Raisu, is a Japanese-style Hashed Beef. Along with Kerei Raisu (curry rice) it is a staple in Japanese households, where families useĀ instant roux blocks to create a thick tomato-based sauce that can blanketĀ a plethora of leftovers. It is thought that Hayashi derives from the English ‘hashed beef’, and although the dishes…