Happy New year everybody!! Here’s hoping 2015 will kick ass and bring happier opportunities for everyone … especially to me and my family. 🙂
Category Archive: Salads, Vegetables & Lentils
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Tick tock, tick tock. It’s 9 pm and I was starving … yet there was nothing to cook. What do I do? Look for leftovers and turn them into a nutritious vegetarian meal, of course! Aloo gobi can be found on pretty much any menu at an Indian restaurant and there is good reason for it. It is so simple to cook and it is delicious! Have it with rice, roti or, like me, in a tortilla wrap because I could not be bothered making roti from scratch.
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We all love a nice classic salad from time to time, especially now that warmer weather is on its way. Here I have compiled three of America’s most iconic salads: a chicken Caesar salad, a Waldorf salad and a Cobb salad. Beautiful salads, every one of them … I only hope I do them justice.
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This is everyday Malaysian cooking at its best. Simple, quick to prepare and oh-so delicious, this vegetable dish packs a lot of flavour thanks to the use of pungent shrimp paste and chillies. It’s definitely a dish for chilli lovers … you’ve been warned.
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This will be the last salad dish in a series of salad dishes I have presented this month. Hoping to go out with a bang by featuring a flavourful and robust salad of pan-seared beef fillet, on a bed of pearl couscous and vegetables. I saved the best for last … and this one was AMAZEBALLS.
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Happy Chinese New Year everybody! This is my Asian inspired chicken salad featuring sticky sweet chilli and sesame chicken thighs on a bed of greens, dressed with a mandarin orange, lime and chilli syrup dressing. Just in time for the lunar celebrations.
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Time now for another exciting southeast Asian salad dish, and today I am hopping across the border once again into Thailand. This dish, known as Larb Moo, involves ground pork, fresh herbs and chillies, all mixed in with glassy bean thread noodles. Serve chilled or at room temp for an amazing afternoon delight.
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Today is a rather “posh” salad of raw salmon, cucumbers and avocado … simply dressed with olive oil and fresh herbs. The perfect summertime appetizer to pair with a nice chilled glass of Chablis or sparkling Prosecco. Just make sure you have a plentiful supply of crisp Melba toasts on the side.
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Salad for the second day running … woohoo! This one promises to tantalize the taste buds with big and bold flavours. Cajun spiced chicken breast on a bed of salad greens, avocado, red onions, coriander and a wonderfully lite lime-mayo dressing to finish it all off. That’s lunch sorted.
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Cooks’ Club Challenge for the month of January is here and the these is SALAD. Down under in Australia it is currently blazing hot, and I suspect everyone will be submitting entries featuring light and cool salads to combat the weather. I, on the other hand, am going to submit a warm version involving grilled goat cheese on toast. Mmmmm…!
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