The hubbie and I recently ate the most gorgeous Korean food at our local food market and, after being reminded of the wonderful flavour combinations from the area, I thought it was about time I added another recipe to my Korean collection. Continue reading
One of my OH’s conditions for me getting my beautiful puppy was that we would have ‘curry Sundays’ which to be fair, we have mostly stuck too (with the exception of last night!). Last week, in an effort to keep things interesting, I whipped together this lovely curry and I have to say, it may be my favourite curry creation yet. I cooked this on a low simmer for an hour so the sauce was lovely and rich and the beef lovely and soft and falling apart. If you don’t have time to do this however, just pop it on a higher heat for anywhere from 15 minutes.
Who doesn’t love a good paella?! Some people are often a little dubious about making it as they think of it as something time consuming and fiddly to prepare. This recipe is anything but that. As a one pot dish, its minimal washing up and the taste and flavour you get from it is truely delicious!
Risotto is a dish that I don’t often have time to make but always feels like a real luxury dish to devour. This week, having had a craving for risotto, I decided to pair it with another one of my favourite ingredients, seabass. Having never had the two together I wanted to find an ingredient to unite them and what better than some minted pea puree! And the result was this fabulous dish.
As most of you know, one of the easiest cheats I employ when it comes to cooking up home cooked meals throughout the busy working week is to roast an extra-large chicken on a Sunday, shred it up and pop into a container in the fridge when cool. I then use it throughout the week for both salads and wraps at lunch time and quick and easy evening meals.
Keen to keep up with my intake of fish , this week I decided to put together another tuna recipe. I love teriyaki sauce and thought this would be a lovely pairing so I set about putting together a dish which combined both. The result was delicious. My OH cleared his plate in less than five minutes. Tuna has such a lovely meaty texture and it works so well with the Asian stir fried veggies, the whole dish turned out to be very tasty indeed!
Given my love for an avocado related weekend breakfast, I often have left over avocado lurking in the fridge through the week. Keen to include it within my main meals in a low SP manner, last night I thought it may be a nice addition with salmon.