‘a meal with an oriental influence is a welcome change once in a while. This is the quickest Chinese style dish you can possibly prepare and believe me it does not taste any different to a take out. For the best result I cut up the beef into very small pieces and cook it well before adding the other ingredients. Broccoli is abundant at … Read More Very quick Chinese: Beef Stir Fry
‘This is Ving’s recipe, an excellent cook and we were lucky to eat her food for many years. The pancit she made was excellent and her secret was to add finely shredded uncooked cabbage to the noodles just before serving them. The cabbage blends in with the noodles and the contrast in texture makes the dish amazing. This is one of my favorite meals and today’s recipe is a very simple and fast everyday meal.’
Mid-week rush and always too much to do. I make this salad very often and I always pick the ingredients for it when I visit Mr Wang’s to stock up my store cupboard. If the ‘not yet ripe’ green papaya is unavailable you can replace it with swede but I am able to use the real thing. This salad is light with a blend … Read More A quick weekday meal…. Thai Som Tum Salad with roasted peanuts
Last night Ari made chicken lettuce wraps and even though its been a while since my last visit to P F Changs I think that hers were just as delicious. These are gluten free, low fat, low carb and make a healthy and light nutritious meal….. I am also sharing Ari’s photo recipe. You will need : 250g ground chicken 1 tsp vegetable oil … Read More Ari makes Chicken Lettuce Wraps as good as P F Changs ….