Home Vege Recipes How I Make My Favorite Recipes I’ve Learned Since Moving To America • Tasty How I Make My Favorite Recipes I’ve Learned Since Moving To America • Tasty Tasty Apr 11, 2023 48 Comments Tweet on Twitter Share on Facebook Pinterest Rie shows us how she makes her favorite recipes that she’s learned since coming to America. Subscribe to Tasty: … source american food american recipe apple pie Biscuits BuzzFeed BuzzFeed Tasty chicken pot pie classic recipes Cook cooking croquette Dinner dinner recipes favorite recipes food fried chicken how to how to cook jambalaya japanese food japanese recipe K_fe key lime pie pops lunch Lunch Recipes pie Recipe recipes rie rie mcclenny Tasty tasty producer
Islamic food is my favorite cuisine
Hello Rie. I would like you to make Lucknowi Style Mutton Biryani. The video of which is demonstrated on my channel
Rie I love your cooking style! It’s cool how you incorporate your roots into other countries!
You have to try the Arabic food I think you'll like it🙈❤️❤️
Does she Rie the ex porn actress??
Just asking. I mean, she is genuinly fresh.
Remember how you spell biscuit with a "u"
Yeah in India we dont call it bis-kit while speaking , we say give me bis-koot
Gordon Ramsay could never
Glad you asked…
I think Indian food is just what you need to start making and eating…it's delicious and filled with numerous flavours and spices
“I recommend using chicken thighs for this recipe”
-makes recipe with chicken legs
And I love to hear your backgrounds
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so for the nick recipe u dont take out the bay leaf
Make peruvian food rie!! We have a lot of japanese influence in our contemporary gastronomy! Chinese, spaniard, french, west african and native american in our traditional one 😋😋😋
How to get skin like her ?
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Rie you don't have to be americanized stay Japanese
bruh call me what you want but her voice is so soothing idk why
I'm so happy for Rie! Even though I think she's extremely talented, she is so open to learning more and expanding on what she already knows. I can totally see Rie having her own major TV series and opening restaurants. I'll buy any books you write. Just take my money already!!!
Can you please make a video on easiest way to make Ramen noodles …please. love from India😊
where is the biscuit recipe????
Those aren't biscuits!
"speaks in foreign language"
dont eat those bay leaves
Try pakistani food
Try making Indian food
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That’s definitely not a biscuit lool
i love videos that start with "Hi I'm Rie, I'm a tasty producer"
Hi Rie, do you have written ingredients list for your recipes mention in video?
I’m from Louisiana and the jambalaya looks pretty good but I don’t think it’s 100% traditional
You have the links for the recipes,please
Try making jalebis PLEASEEEEEEE
Those little pot pie poppers look so good
lol no life
You have to try arepas and cachapas +.+
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Rie please just make your own channel😫
Yes eat them with butter and jelly because it’s a scone 😂
She said Jun so does that mean it's jun from Juns kitchen!
I really want Rie to make a " Jibarito Sandwich".
It's a steak sandwich with mayonnaise, lettuce, tomatoes, onions (if you want to add them) but instead of using bread we use fried green plantains. It's very popular in chicago which was created by a puerto Rican man who his father challenged him to a cook off & the son won. 😂
If you are reading this & want to try it you can find videos on YouTube. It is soooooo delicious.
Ps. If you don't want green Plantains you can also use sweet plantains.
Ríe, my favorite chef!!
Subtitles for Rie's Japanese dish :CReAM CoLoUR GEt iT???