Salmon and quinoa make effortlessly a flavourful and healthy salad. If you add wild rice, then you have a wholesome meal, packed with nature’s goodness. Wild rice rice mix and quinoa from Foodsaver Stores are such a game changer since they are partly cooked and you can use them straight from the freezer. So you can whip up this salad in 30 minutes tops! Continue reading →
This Japanese style BBQ chicken, is perfect for kids and adults alike. Boneless, skinless thighs from Foodsaver Stores are perfect for the sticky, sweet and a little bit spicy marinade. Served with edamame fried rice is my ideal meal. I love edamame. My kids love it too. Instead of eating them plain, try adding them to fried rice for that extra bite.
I couldn’t resist adding coconut milk. I know it’s not the traditional ramen dish but it’s sooooooo tasty! I created the delicious broth with the prawn shells and it came out phenomenal. I used thin egg noodles as I think they are hard to overcook. There’s nothing worse than overcooked noodles in your ramen so if you can’t get hold of ramen noodles, egg noodles are the best choice. Continue reading →
The eternal question: How to turn a boring boneless, skinless chicken breast into an interesting meal? In my book, the answer is always an aromatic, spicy marinade. I love Indian food so this is my go-to method of cooking a chicken breast, especially if I want a healthy lunch or to fill up a pic-nick basket. Continue reading →
The word “sticky” in any recipe title always catches my attention. Anything caramelized (therefore sticky) must be delicious right? Right! These drums are no exception. Marinated in miso, mirin, ginger and other goodies, then oven roasted till they reach that dark, caramelized deliciousness. So easy, so tasty and oh-so-sticky. Continue reading →
The best way to use those salmon steaks you have in the freezer or the leftover baked salmon from the other night. These noodles are zesty with the intense flavour of lime juice and soy. The last squeeze of lime juice and a sprinkling of chopped red chilli add the perfect kick to this wonderful dish. What’s also great is the ratio noodles-vegetables-fish. There is a little bit of everything in every bite. Continue reading →
Nobu Restaurant’s most famous dish is probably “Black Cod”. It’s an incredibly delicious, almost addictive, miso glazed fish. It’s sweet and savoury, sticky and flavourful. The quality of the fish is of course of great importance and since black cod is not readily available at my fishmonger’s, I decided to try my luck with a fat fillet of gorgeous salmon. I’m not claiming this recipe is identical to Nobu’s black cod recipe but it surely tickles my taste buds. This dish is plate licking good! Continue reading →