Here’s another one with coconut. A very simple sauce but yummy!
My husband likes fish, pan fried, deep fried, grilled. I don’t make a lot of it because I’m always at a loss on the sauce side of things. He doesn’t necessarily want a sauce but I always feel like I need to make one. Otherwise fries and ketchup end up being the default accompaniments every time.
look at all that mouth watering colour!
This sauce was an aha! moment. I was thinking about what else I could do with coconut at the time. Continue reading
In her own words:
This is one of my favourite ways to make chicken. It’s so simple and can be so diverse depending on how much coconut and curry powder you add to it. So if you feel like having it spicy — just add more curry, if you want some heat — throw in some chilli, if you want more of the coconut flavour — add more coconut. It’s really up to you. For today I’m making it light.
Starting with the chicken, let it cook in a good size pot so that all the pieces have their own space and are not stacked, alone with just a bit of salt, covered on medium heat. Once all the water evaporates, add a bit of cooking oil and fry.
while the chicken is cooking you can prepare the other ingredients: slice 2 tomatoes, slice half a green pepper, chop up about a cup of dhania an slice a mid-sized onion
Remember to continue to stir and turn the chicken, it’s easy to get lost in the chopping. Continue reading
It’s guest post day!
My neighbour Anne is an awesome cook. I discovered that on a random day. I dropped by and she was just about to eat, and she shared her lunch with me — don’t you just love it when that happens?! The spontaneous sharing of food I mean icon-heart It just warms the heart doesn’t it? Here is a little bit about her…
Do you remember the beginning of your cooking ventures?
I honestly cannot recall but it probably was an egg and my mother is the one who would have taught me. I really enjoy cooking! Conceptualising what I want to cook and then cooking it and watching the recipe come together and then seeing people enjoying it. What I don’t enjoy is cleaning up the dishes and kitchen once cooking is done. Continue reading
That lamb roast was huge! I like meals like that. They give you leftovers to play with for the next few days. Not having to make a meal from scratch is always a bonus!
prepare the ingredients
It also means that if you are in the mood you have more time to experiment.