One Country A Week | Foreign Food & Lifestyle Blog

A swiss girl chooses one country per week and lives that countries´ life cooking it´s food and publishing recipes and much more.

Leave a comment

If you ask why I haven`t been posting anything since Monday…

I`m not able to publish fotos (due to technical problems with wordpress) at the moment, so I hope as much as you that I`ll be back soon with pics and posts! Anyway, have a nice weekend!


1 Comment

Recipe: How to make filled Tortillas



I fell in love with mexican tortillas when I was 7 years old; my parents used to make it twice a month and I loved coming home from school (I had just started the first class) smelling the fajita filling…  Continue reading

Leave a comment

The mexican Food Culture: Tacos, Tortillas, Fajitas… What is what?


Hey there 😉

As you know I just started the mexican week; that`s why I got a bit confused reading all the stuff about tortillas, fajitas, tacos and so on. What`s the difference between all the types of mexican dishes and why are there three different sizes of tortillas? Oops, and what`s about Tex-Mex-Food?

Well, Continue reading

My dinner of Saturday Night

Leave a comment

My dinner of Saturday Night

Yesterday I had Yam Woon Sen glass noodle salad ( and some Laab Namtok meat salad for dinner. I had some ground meat left from the lunch, so I used made Laab Namtok with a special seasoning mix and fresh peppermint. Loved it 🙂

Leave a comment

Recipe: Yam Woon Sen – Thai Style Glassnoodle Salad



Yam Woon Sen is a quite hot glass noodle (vermicelli) salad. I love it `cause the chili warm you up while the dishes´ texture with the noodles and the shrimps cools you down; it`s perfect for warm summer days to refresh you when you don`t like heavy foods. Continue reading

Sticky Rice with Coconut Milk and Mango

Leave a comment

Sticky Rice with Coconut Milk and Mango

In Thailand, sticky rice with sweetened coconut milk and fresh mango is a common dish eaten for lunch or dinner. I love it and because of it`s sweetness I prefer eating it as dessert or for breakfast; it`s also delicious with strawberries or other fruits. If you use mango, use asian mango, it has just another taste then the south american mango.


– Glutinous (sticky) rice, as much as you want

– 1 asian mango, sliced

– 1 cup coconut milk

– 5 tbsp sugar

1. Pre-soak the rice for at least 2 hours

2. Cook the rice in the rice steamer until it`s done.

3. Warm the coconut milk with the sugar until the sugar is dissolved.

Serve the rice hot or cold, how you like; in my opinion cold sticky rice is more delicious.