Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow– stir fried rice noodles, a very traditional dish in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and I’m sure many other Asian places. My love of the dish first developed during a trip to Malaysia. The dish is traditionally one made with lots of pork fat, including crisy fried pork lard (¬†:/? mmm yummmy ) making […]

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Souk Chicken

Souk¬†Chicken, or Market Chicken-¬†I think the word¬†‘Souk’ is a little more appealing¬†isnt¬†it? ¬†I have given my Moroccan inspired chicken and rice dish that name because all the ingredients can be easily found anywhere-¬†including a market ;). It also reminds me of eating Paella whilst¬†meandering through¬†the Portobello Market in Notting¬†Hill, of course Paella has nothing to […]

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Something warm and fuzzy for your tummy

¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† A fluffy egg omelet with a tasty mediterranean salsa There is nothing quite like some good warming comfort food when it’s been raining all day, and¬†you come home with damp clothes and soggy shoes.¬†My¬†ideal comfort food is my¬†Mum’s¬†chicken casserole¬†but¬†due to a rather challenging distance of¬†transit I am unable to indulge in this, and fear […]

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