There are not many Asian style soups that take my fancy as much as this one. Its thick and hearty; full of flavour and it brings back many comforting memories of home. This soup is an easy one-pot meal, and is what I crave when I am feeling under the weather or down with a cold. For a heartier meal I add glass noodles to the mix.
Monthly Archive: September 2012
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You know, I really didn’t think this would work but surprisingly they did! AMAZING! Super quick and super easy … I think this was the fastest I have ever made something for tea. Just four ingredients and you’ve got yourself quite a scrummy spread.
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As the month of Ramadhan leaves us, so it leaves a whole pile of dried dates sitting on shelves in supermarkets everywhere. What better use for them than to whip up a little pudding and serve it with luscious homemade butterscotch sauce. Delightful!! Plus this recipe is done all in one blender for easy clean up.
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Had a craving for soup, but I didn’t want a broth … neither did I feel like having a heavy creamed soup. So I went fifty-fifty and devised my own version of Thai coconut curry soup. The ginger and lime leaves are so warming and refreshing all at the same time; the coconut milk gives it a creamy texture but not heavy. Perfect! A meal on it’s own, I must say.
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Who says cooking a succulent beef curry is hard and takes hours and hours? I do it all the time, at least once a month and it comes out perfect everytime in just under an hour. The meat? It is fork tender and jam packed with flavour. Here’s how …
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Never made brownies for myself before … well I have but never successfully. Here I am using yet another Alton Brown recipe because I figured all his recipes should be fool-proof; after all he is who he is for a reason. I also made a second brownie recipe ~ Peanut Butter Brownies for all those peanut butter lovers.
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This is a recipe courtesy of the very honourable Mr Alton Brown, a self professed chef-geek-mad-scientist and T.V-show-icon. This dessert could not be any simpler to prepare, plus all the ingredients are all right there in your pantry already. So what are you waiting for? Go whip yourself up some of this decadence for you know that it can only be … “GOOD EATS!” (cue music).
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I have been frying everything I lay my eyes on recently, it’s like I’ve caught the deep-frying bug. Today I made deep fried cheesy zucchini and potato fritters as I had a bowl of leftover baby potatoes in the fridge. How convenient! These scrumptious little morsels are sure to be a hit with not only the kids but the guests at your next cocktail party as well.
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