As the actually translation of Nasi Goreng means “fried rice’ and no rice has come close to this dish, calling it Nasi Goreng is technically incorrect. However, as I’m technically challenged and I’m using the same delicious spicy sauce that you use in a Nasi Goreng I will continue with the name regardless!! This version is hands down WAY healthier than the traditional Indonesian dish but retains all the delicious Asian flavours! Read More →
This is a dish that Gordon Ramsey made, but he used panko to coat the scallops. I’ve blended some cooked quinoa and coated the scallops in that just to make it a little more halo inducing! Its a delicious and conversation stopping appetizer that really is easy to make. Read More →
I love Asian food and Thai food especially. The dishes you eat in Thailand are bursting with so many different flavours. Sweet, sour, spicy and salty. And when you have flavours like that, you can mix them up with beautiful fresh vegetables and have yourself a really healthy feast! This Thai curry dish can be made in about 5 minutes (after you’ve made the paste) and is perfect for a gourmet mid week supper!
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Every part of this dish is so easy to prepare and can be made in advance. The best part of it for me is it can be topped with an egg and eaten for breakfast or topped with some grilled chicken (for meat eaters!) and eaten for supper. It’s healthy and the tastes are SO vibrant and fresh. What are you waiting for?!!
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So fresh, tasty, easy and delicious!! – Makes a great lunch or a starter for an evening meal. Compressing the watermelon, concentrates and intensifies the flavour of the it, which in turn compliments the creamy taste of the goats cheese. A drop or two of blackberry vinaigrette, a few toasted pine nuts and and some chopped mint leaves and this dish will astound you with its simplicity yet it’s amazing ‘gourmetness’ (real word)! Read More →