So this is one of those times when I open the fridge and I have nothing that I can make a whole dish out of. I wanted some protein - but didn't have any that matched up to my ingredients. So I finally pulled out my emergency ration of paneer. Now the dilemma was - how do I cook it! I am starting to hate cooking the "curry" way. I wanted something different. So this is what I came up with.
While slightly bored on a Sunday afternoon I came up with this recipe and it turned out to be excellent. Succulent, slightly spicy barbecued pork chops, fabulous for a sunny summers afternoon.
This is a simple, fresh and healthy vegetable stir-fry with prawns marinated in sesame oil which give it a warm, nutty flavour. It's quick and easy to prepare and goes well with brown rice, quinoa or rice noodles.
This recipe is my idea. It is like Japanese-Korean cuisine I think.
This recipe is useful if you have a glut of cucumbers in the garden. It makes a very good lunch or supper meal.
Marinated overnight in honey, soy sauce, sherry, orange juice and spices, this moist roast pork is full of your favourite Asian flavours. Use the leftovers for Asian-inspired wraps or a stir-fry the next night.
You must try this very airy cheesecake, that melts in your mouth! Once you eat this, I bet you can't forget about it. This cake makes you feel as if you are flying with wings! Yes, it's that light!
A very hearty but yet healthy vegetable dish. Bulgar balls soak up the sauce and give this dish a lovely bite. Even the carnivores in my family love this dish :) The bulgar has to be fine for this recipe.