The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out the foodie in all of us. At least once during the quarantine, all of us have tried to cook something new or different than what we usually make pre-pandemic— and this goes for celebrities and known personalities as well!
In fact, because of the pandemic, singer-actress Selena Gomez partnered with HBO Max in launching her new cooking show, “Selena + Chef,” where she tries to cook different dishes with the help of master chefs. In the show, the singer admits that she is an amateur, but the pandemic has made her want to try improving her kitchen skills. (Read: Wow! Starbucks Just Added Plant-Based Food to Its Menu!)
In the trailer for the second season of the show, it can be seen that the 28-year-old singer is going to try to cook the traditional Filipino dish, adobo! But we already know how to cook that, so My Pope is listing some dishes that Selena tried cooking before, so that even those who are newbies at cooking can try it just like her.
Selena + Chef Recipes: French Omelette
An omelette is one of the easiest things anyone can cook— it just takes eggs, oil, and added flavors like cheese or mushrooms. But just because it’s easy, doesn’t mean it can’t be delicious! This French omelette recipe that Selena tried will surely make you love eating omelettes even more than before.
You can check the recipe here.
Selena + Chef Recipes: Spicy Miso Ramen
Ramen is one dish that people go to the mall because everyone loves the authentic taste that only Japanese restaurants can provide. But now, you can have the authentic taste right in the comfort of your own home with this recipe that Selena tried! Every spoonful of soup will surely make you feel like you’re in Japan. (Read: LIST: All the Netflix Films Coming This January)
Click here for the recipe.
Selena + Chef Recipes: Seafood Tostada
If you’re looking for new finger food to enjoy, the seafood tostada is perfect for you. This Mexican food, usually eaten as an appetizer, is also easy to make but hefty in flavor! You can even tweak it to your or your family’s taste preferences— definitely a versatile food. You can make this for your next movie night with your family, and surely even the kids would love it.
The recipe can be found here.