A foray into chinese

I love asian food but I don’t cook a lot of it. Sash has the whole stir fry thing covered and he’s great with thai flavours. Recently though I’ve been interested in learning more about different styles of chinese cooking. I’d like to make some fresh and interesting things steering clear of sweet and sour…

Zesty spelt fettucini with ocean trout and peas

This is quick and simple. Serves 2. 1 reasonable handful of spelt fettucini 1 large piece of ocean trout cut into thin slivers 3/4 cup of peas – thawed 1/2 cup of freshy grated parmesan 1 small chopped chilli 1 tspn greated lemon zest Juice of half a lemon 1 tbspn olive oil Boil spelt…

Mussel mania

So last Friday night we made a MASSIVE pot of mussels. Two kilos for the two of us. It was a heavenly indulgence and loads of fun to make. First of oil put one yellow onion finely chopped, three cloves of garlic, one tablespoon of tomato paste and three small chillies in a big heavy…

Celebrity Iron Chef Vietnamese

My taller half strikes again with the Asian flavours, this time with a fantastic marinated tofu and vietnamese noodle salad. Chúc ngon miệng

More tasty marinated chicken mexican inspirations

I made corn wraps (due to lack of tortillas) on Saturday night again. Practising the mexicano is tres awesome. Marinated chicken breast (lime juice, chilli, garlic, coriander) Coriander Sliced avocado Spanish onion, tomato and chilli salsa White mozzerella Simple and divine. I think the use of the really white mozzeralla was a much better result…

Mexican: Chicken tacos

This was my first attempt at making something as authentically Mexican as I could which is a little tricky as sourcing the correct ingredients is impossible. The are only about 3000 Mexicans living in Australia which solves my long pondered problem as to why Mexican food in Australia is so crap. The key to really…