As I knew what the ship life will bring to me (no internet connection and a very limited free time to write posts) I got myself covered when I was still back home, drafting a couple of posts. Here's one of them, a yummy recipe about an undercover salad :)
Mushrooms (Photo credit: redspotted) It's Spring (ish, as the temperatures aregoingup and down like a yo-yo) and I've decided to eat a bit lighter as indulging in my mom's food for a couple of months got my weight up to the roof. And since I ... read more »
Hello Welcome to another episode of Meatless Monday! Today's blog post are Tofu and Vegetable patties.
1 Carrot, Grated
Bunch of Spring Onions, Sliced
1 Garlic Clove, Crushed
3cm Piece of Ginger, Grated
400g Block of firm Tofu, drained and crumbled.
2 Eggs, lightly beaten
How to make them:
Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix.
Place in muffin trays, and cook in the oven, at 200 degrees until the patties begin to brown.
Serve with salad.
This is a variation of this Good Food ... read more »
Quite a hiatus we had there! Life's been pretty hectic as of late, but nevertheless, here we are again, and this time we'd like to share a slightly unusual recipe with you: stir-fried grated carrot with yoghurt.Yoğurtlu Havuç is more of a side dish or appetizer, and makes for a great accompaniment to meaty mains.
Turkish food has always been on the high side of our favourite cuisines list, and it is such a shame that KL doesn't have too many Turkish eateries around. There used to be a really ... read more »
What may sound like a well-thought-out exotic dish, combining well-loved Mexican and French flavours, is actually the result of a dwindling pantry and an urgent pang of hunger. The amazing thing about the ingredients used, however, is how well they actually complement each other! You've got the sweet-crunchiness of zucchini and bell peppers, slight meatiness of eggplants, rounded off with the wholesomeness of mixed beans in a hearty tomato base.
Want to give it a try? Here's how:
1 large... read more »
Today's meatless Monday dish is one of my favourites -Pan Fried Gnocchi!
Enough Gnocchi for amount you are making it for (see guidance on packet)
1 Clove of Garlic
Sun dried Tomatoes
1. Boil Gnocchi as directed on packet. Drain and set aside.
2. Heat some oil in a frying pan
3. Finely chop the garlic and add to frying pan, and fry until golden
4. Add sun dried tomatoes and gently fry
5. Add Gnocchi to pan and fry until golden
6. Add the spinach ... read more »
Price Range : SplurgeCuisine : BrazilianRecommended For : Filling up thecarnivorequotaCatphobia-Friendly? : Yes
Having been heavily inspired by Latin American culture these past few weeks, what with our salsa nights and digging around for obscure Chayanne films, it was not surprising that we would end up on the doorstep of Carnaval Churrascaria, vying for a taste of a true Brazilian feast!
What is churrascaria, you say? Essentially, it refers to a barbeque joint. For an in-depth explanation, the restau... read more »
Assalamualaikum semua...Setiap hari kita dikelilingi dengan makanan makanan enak yang sering kali membuatkan nafsu makan kita melonjak tinggi kan...Namun begitu,kadang kala kita lupa bahawa makanan yang sedap tak semestinya `sedap` juga untuk kesihatan kita..Selalunya makanan yang enak tinggi kandungan lemaknya...seperti yang kita sedia maklum ,makanan yang kaya lemak pastinya tinggi kandungan kolesterolnya...KOLESTEROL????BAHAYA KE???APA JADI KALAU BADAN KITA NI BANYAK KOLESTEROL????Kolesterolialah baha... read more »
Oven roasting gives the garlic a sweet, mellow flavor that pairs extremely well with cream and pasta. I like to serve this sauce with fettuccine, because the noodles trap the delicious sauce in it’s folds. But, it also works well with farfalle (bow ties) or penne.Roasted Garlic Cream Sauce1 head garlic, cut in half horizontally 1 tbsp. olive oil 1 ½ tsp. thyme leaves, fresh Generous pinch of ground black pepper 1 c. heavy cream ¼ c. parmesan cheese salt to tastePreheat oven to 350. Place garlic, cut side... read more »
Were reading lots of Madeline,
The twelve little girls in two straight lines.
So with this post, I shall bequeath
Enchiladas: sink your teeth
into these amazing, cheesy,
low-fat, low-cal, super easy,
Ground turkey to start,
(Feel good, its heart-smart).
And, hey, be the boss
You can make your own sauce!
Hot as the sun, it will make your nose run,
Or mild and light, choose your delight.
The chilies are key
To this recipe.
Adapted from Skinny Taste,
They wont go to your waist.
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These are perfect for your Labor Day barbeque.Especially if it is rainy, as it is here, because they are done in the oven.And excuse the lack of pictures... not only are these exceptionally easy, they are also exceptionally delicious.In fact, stud muffin declared them the most delicious barbeque he'd ever had... at home.Um, whatever.But they're deliciousness was the downfall of my photographing, as there was only an empty pan when I got out my camera. I started with this recipe from Cook's.com for BBQ Po... read more »