Cracking Creole Chicken

Another great versatile recipe that can use shop bought Creole seasoning or even Cajun seasoning or to make it extra special, if you have the ingredients or time to get them, you can make your own in 5 minutes and will have plenty left over to use in a variety of recipes.  I’ve calculated this…… Continue reading Cracking Creole Chicken

Sumptuously Show Stopping Stuffed Squid Asian Style

  I have to say this one is very much a joint effort with Stella as she had previously done something similar a few weeks ago. In fact it’s the first time I’ve ever tackled a dish like this as I always thought it would be too much like hard work but as long as…… Continue reading Sumptuously Show Stopping Stuffed Squid Asian Style

SASSY SPRING ROLLS WITH PRAWNS AND CRISPY VEGETABLES

Many years ago, 1996 to be exact, I did a short Chinese Cookery Course and learnt how to cook these.  The recipe has developed over the years and largely depends on whatever ingredients I have in the fridge or basically how fat I’m feeling at the time. Ha ha. I know there are many versions…… Continue reading SASSY SPRING ROLLS WITH PRAWNS AND CRISPY VEGETABLES

Fabulous Fusion Stir fried Steak

Sometimes it it’s just a case of looking what’s in your cupboard and throw it ta all together. This is a truly global dish. It can be low carb with the use of zero noodles, it can be made with chicken, fish/seafood, pork, tofu, Quorn or just vegetables it’s just so versatile.  Don’t be put…… Continue reading Fabulous Fusion Stir fried Steak

Basa Fillet with black beans, ginger and spring onions

This is such an underrated fish but it is reasonable in price, has a great texture and is really tasty. Cooked this way it’s light and healthy and makes a great breakfast (if you are weird like me), light lunch or light dinner. Quick and simple to do. If you are a fish lover this…… Continue reading Basa Fillet with black beans, ginger and spring onions

Totally Tempting Thai Red Curry

This can be made with chicken, beef, pork, veg or tofu. It is with homemade curry paste which gives it a lovely fresh taste but of course you can use shop bought to save time. INGREDIENTS For the red curry paste • 1 -3 red chillies seeds removed (this really depends on how hot you…… Continue reading Totally Tempting Thai Red Curry