Chilli Chicken

This is a delicious indo-chinese chilli chicken recipe that I absolutely love. This recipe has been adapted from ‘indianhealthyrecipes.com’.This is a mouthwatering dish that is brilliant to share… 1. To a bowl, add 250 grams of cubed boneless chicken, 1 ½ tsp soy sauce, 1 ½ tsp chili sauce and ¼ tsp pepper powder. Marinate and set aside until you prepare the seasoning ingredients. If … Continue reading Chilli Chicken

Ingredient of the week 5/6/16

Keep your meals different and new every week. Remember not to be shy of experimenting with new ingredients and flavour combinations! Just to help you… This week’s ingredient of the week is: CORIANDER Coriander is a delicious vibrant herb that can be used to flavour many dishes. This leaf works particularly well with spicy Asian dishes, as it cools down the heat. It can easily … Continue reading Ingredient of the week 5/6/16

Mango and chocolate ‘yum’ pots

Exotic! Fresh! Summery! These delicious ‘yum’ pots are just delicious. Made with a crumbly digestive base, layered beneath a mango pulp filling, a thin layer of chocolate on top and topped of with whipped cream! These no fuss, easy and quick desserts will not fail to impress… Makes 6 ‘yum’ pots Ingredients: 452 g of mango pulp 150 ml of fresh double cream 8 chocolate … Continue reading Mango and chocolate ‘yum’ pots

Mango Kulfi

Mango Kulfi is a frozen creamy milk based dessert. As today is the colourful Indian festival of Holi, what a better way to celebrate than this luxurious dessert… Don’t forget that this is also utilising our ingredient of the week!! Ingredients: 1 can of sweetened condensed milk 1/2 cup of mango pulp 1/2 cup of double cream 12-15 blanched and shredded almonds 8 kulfi/ ice … Continue reading Mango Kulfi

Ingredient of the week 24/3/16

Keep your meals different and new every week. Remember not to be shy of experimenting with new ingredients and flavour combinations! Just to help you… This week’s ingredient of the week is: MANGO Mango is my FAVOURITE ever fruit and is so versatile. You can buy it fresh, frozen, dried or canned in syrup. However I find that frozen or fresh is always the best… … Continue reading Ingredient of the week 24/3/16