An extremely delicious but simple dish to make in the kitchen. One whole barramundi (700g) cleaned Light soy sauce Fish sauce 100 ml chicken broth 2 medium cuts of ginger thinly sliced 8 cloves garlic roughly chopped 1/2 brown onion roughly chopped Spring onion Start by packing the inside of the fish with garlic, onion … More Ginger soy barramundi
A clear chicken broth which is quick and simple. My mum has made many versions of this soup and every time I drink it it brings me back to the memories of family dinners. This soup can go with any Asian vegetable that can be picked up from your local Asian grocery, every vegetable gives … More Chicken and Vegetable, quick and easy.
I was in Chadstone Shopping Centre during the day on Sunday and decided to buy some groceries from Colonial Fresh Market. Whilst I was inside I saw a little stall setup serving a few different Indian sauces, it smelt absolutely delicious so I went to the refrigerator section and took a tub to cook for … More Quiet Sunday Night Dinner.
A bread week this week! Similar to my previous post, the method of this bread is pretty much the same but of course with different ingredients. The lemon is an option, it gives the bread a bit of tang which I personally prefer. Ingredients 2 Cups Self Raising Flour sifted 3/4 Cup brown sugar 100g … More Banana and Poppy Seed Bread
Hi All! Here is my Orange and Poppy Seed bread, I usually buy a muffin or slice of bread each time I buy a coffee which honestly costs a fortune after awhile! So I’m saving myself some money by making a loaf which can last a few days with my morning coffee. Make this and … More Orange and Poppy Seed Bread
Pandan is a plant which grows in the tropical areas of Asia, it is a very popular flavour which is used in Asian desserts and partners perfectly with coconut. When making pandan flavoured desserts I tend to use the Koepoe Koepoe Pandan extract which can be purchased at any Asian Grocery for $1.00. You can … More My Pandan Crepe Cake
I originally read through Jamie Oliver’s recipe on http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/rice-recipes/chicken-chorizo-paella/ and I then tweaked it for my own liking. So here is what I did to make my paella with the help of Jamie Oliver. Put yourself in the kitchen for about an hour to cook up a pan of Paella for the family to enjoy … More A Wintery Paella Night.
A very easy to make hedgehog snack, it is no bake and has very simple method. I must say this is a sweet dessert so let’s keep this as a sometimes treat for the family and friends. This usually takes me about 40 minutes to complete. Ingredients 1 Packet of Arnott’s Scotch Finger biscuits 3/4 cup … More A Sweet Slice of Hedgehog
Simple ingredients combined together to make a lovely fluffy scone to eat by itself or with your favourite sides. This recipe will make approximately 12 scones but this of course depends on the size you want your scones. My scones were about 3 – 4 centimetres wide. Ingredients. 3 cups of self-raising flour 110 grams … More A simple scone recipe for any day of the week.
Cooking is all about experimenting and enjoying what you do in the kitchen. Although it can be frustrating and tiring at times always remember to love what you are doing in the kitchen. Cooking is the relaxing part of my day. I love to explore and combine new ingredients to create my dishes and recipes. … More Love to Cook.