Here’s an amazing dish that I’ve made a couple of times since the first time a few months ago. I ate this dish for the first time in Kuala Lumpur last year in one of the millions of food halls in some mega shopping mall. Sorry can’t tell you the names of either the shopping mall or the food court. I’ve got no knack for names and especially before the blog I never had a need to.
Yes it takes ages and ages-the recommended slow cooking time is about 4 hours. But it is well worth it!! It tastes even better the day after. And I must say the succulent flavours of the meat and the spices knocked me out of my culinary taste-buds! I don’t think I’ve had any beef dish that was soooo delicious for a very long time. Our Bengali beef curries are also very, very delicious if cooked well. But this is so different from what I knew before!!
This recipe is from one of my favourite foodie blogs:
First of all apologies for not being able to reply to comments or likes and checking out the blogs of all the wonderful people who take the time to look at mine. I have a friend visiting me here for a week or two that I met in Bangkok 4 months ago. We spent a lot of time together and have developed a friendship and I am over the moon to have visitors that I can show around my new new home city:-) I will definitely get round to it!
Here’s a delicious and easy vegan soup recipe I created. Reasons being that I’ve read a lot of information on the net about vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower , cabbage and pak choi being good for reducing the activity of an over active thyroid. So I am trying to include more of these vegetables into my diet.
I’ve made this soup twice now and here is the recipe for my favourite version which is also the easiest. It tasted best without the optional veggies in the ingredients.
Categories: Recipes, Soup, Uncategorized, Vegan & Vegetarian
Tags: broccoli, carrot, coconut milk, food, long coriander, long green beans, Potato, saw leaf herb, soup, Vegan & Vegetarian, vegan soup, Vegetarian
As you might have noticed from my last recipe-I am a bit of a rice fanatic. In all my life when I cook curry dishes I want “PLAIN WHITE RICE” with it. When I go out to eat where-ever I insist on plain white rice with my dish. The only time I have rice differently is when it’s an egg-fried rice dish and then it’s okay because that is the main dish. No curry dishes to go with it.
Categories: London, Recipes, Uncategorized, Vegan & Vegetarian
Tags: basmati, coconut milk, diabetes, family heart dise, food, gastritis, heart disease, jasmine, main dish, mint, puritan, rice, side dish
This is a dish I made yesterday morning after a zombied insomniac night! You can see the ingredients I used!
Categories: Cambodia, Recipes, Vegan & Vegetarian
Tags: cambodia, coconut milk, finger root, food, red jasmine rice, rice cooker, saw leaf herb, straw mushrooms, thai basil, Vegan & Vegetarian, Vegetarian, water spinach, whole grain rice