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 […]Read more "Char Kway Teow"
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 […]Read more "Souk Chicken"
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 […]Read more "Something warm and fuzzy for your tummy"