I picked up some fresh Australian Bonito fish today. Cooking such a firm, meaty and bland fish can be challenging, as it can be easily over-cooked.
So I pan fried it as cutlets with chili bean sauce. Here are the steps:Read the rest of this entry »
I used rescued vegetables to cook for our homeless friends last week. There were some lovely button mushrooms, which I made a simple dish with bacon, capsicum, carrot, onion. They devoured it.
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This is a simple and delicious meal with whole chicken(s) and a few other ingredients – oyster sauce, sesame oil, ginger, shallot and corn flour. For a FODMAP friendly recipe, use only green part of the shallot.
Here are the easy steps:
A hot steamed bun is a traditional breakfast in Southern China, Street vendors’ carts with heavenly steam lingers in the cool morning air – so comforting.
Today, I made some buns with juicy pork belly and sweat leek. Recipe is as follows:
I made a quick meal of cucumbers and bacon in 15 minutes.
I sliced the cucumbers and bacon. In a frying pan I drizzled a little oil and added the bacon pieces. I pan fried the bacon until nearly crispy, then added the cucumbers. A few stirs, added a little sugar and white pepper. And we have a big bowl of tasty veggie and yummy bacon for dinner.
I grilled some Angus rump steak and served it with an Asian dipping sauce. A lovely meal to share with friends.
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