The last few weeks have been super busy and I have been slack about posting. But I am back and today I am posting a recipe from my new favourite recipe book: Deliciously Ella. I have wanted the Deliciously Ella recipe book for ages and FINALLY have it (thanks mom!).
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As I have mentioned previously, Doug and I went through a taco phase. Out of all the tacos I made these Popcorn Prawn tacos were a favourite. My brothers polished off what I made and begged me to make another batch. I obliged and that batch was scoffed up just as quickly. This is a real winner.
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Doug and I went through a serious taco phase, pork rib tacos, beef short rib tacos, steak with chimichurri in a taco and popcorn prawns with a lemon and coriander mayo in tacos. There are in no way traditional or authentic but they tasted so good and will be put up on the blog over the next few weeks. So if you love tacos and all the trimmings that go with them, you are in luck!
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One of my favourite things to eat is fish. Apart from a fish curry, I like my fish simple and uncomplicated, coupled with a light fresh sauce and maybe a simple salad on the side. Nothing fancy.
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Bun Cha are little meatballs served with noodles wrapped in lettuce and are a common Vietnamese street food. I have never been to Vietnam, but if all food taste like this then I am going soon. These little bites of heaven are a firm favourite in my repertoire of recipes. Every time I make them, people love it and any ideas I may have had of leftovers go out the window.
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Today I have another delicious vegetarian meal, and I promise even the biggest of meat-lovers won’t miss the meat. It is so tasty, full of vegetables and a completely satisfying as a meal. This dish is the perfect dinner if you feel like comfort food without the unhealthiness that normally comes with classic comfort food.
Continue reading “Butternut and Spinach Rotolo”
So I have been super busy the last week! I started my first job on the 1 April so my student days are officially over! Then it was Easter which Doug and I spent in Elgin. We ate so many Hot Cross Buns, braaied pork belly, potato and apple bake, the best sausages ever (they sell them at Gogo’s Deli in Newlands Village) and of course some Easter eggs. It definitely was a weekend of indulgence!
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I am sure there are many people out there, like me, who hate doing the dishes. So, if you are short on time in the evening there is nothing better than a one-pot dinner. Especially one that doesn’t require lots of prep, chopping and mixing. Coconut Milk Poached Chicken is the perfect one-pot dinner. Full on flavour, quick, easy, healthy and hardly any dishes! How good does that sound?
I got inspiration from the Woolworths Taste Magazine. The poaching liquid was originally a dressing for a noodle and vegetable salad but I have had poached chicken on my mind for a while so adapted it to work with this dish. It turned out even better than I could have hoped. Continue reading “Coconut Milk Poached Chicken”