Thai Massaman Curry Noodle Salad

View my step-by-step recipe           This Easy Weeknight Meal salad is made with delicious Thai ingredients that smother gluten free glass noodles made with bean thread. It’s tossed together with Shrimp poached in Lemongrass and garlic water, and enhanced with fresh Basil and Coriander leaves. It’s also served with sugar snap … Continue reading Thai Massaman Curry Noodle Salad

Thai Chicken Satay

View my step-by-step videos       Print Yum Thai Chicken Satay Ingredients1 tsp Coriander seeds 1 tsp cumin seeds 6 cloves 1 tsp white peppercorns 6 dried chillies ½ tsp of Turmeric Juice of 1 Lime 3 tbsps of fish sauce 1 tsp of palm sugar 5 cloves garlic (2 tbsps 2 tbsps Shallots … Continue reading Thai Chicken Satay

Massaman Curry Paste

View my step-by-step video       Over the last couple of years I’ve experimented with various Thai flavours and have become very familiar with it’s Sweet, Sour and Salty trilogy. From Red & Green curry pastes to Pad Thai, I’ve made it all and loved it and now it is time to perfect the … Continue reading Massaman Curry Paste

Avocado & Crab Toast

View my step-by-step video         Print Yum Avocado & Crab Toast Ingredients1 Avocado 120 can Crab meat Lemon Salt Pepper 1/4 chopped Coriander 1 tsp Soya Sauce 1 tbsp Red Chillies sliced 3 – 4 Ciabatta buns Sriracha sauce InstructionsDrain the water from the tinned Crab meat Add some pepper, squeeze of … Continue reading Avocado & Crab Toast

Chicken Manchurian

View my step-by-step video If you’re a big fan of Indo Chinese Hakka style Chinese food, and who isn’t?, you’ve probably seen, heard or tasted Chicken Manchurian. Manchurian in all it’s avatars Chicken, Paneer, Cauliflower or Baby corn did not come from China at all. It was invented by Chef Nelson Wang from Mumbai, India … Continue reading Chicken Manchurian

THAI GREEN CURRY Mussels

View my step-by-step video         I don’t cook Mussels all that often but my husband just purchased a lovely batch of Mussels from Prince Edward Island and I decided to treat them to some Thai Treatment with in this delicious recipe of Thai Green Curry Mussels. These shells are going to cook … Continue reading THAI GREEN CURRY Mussels

CAULIFLOWER Chicken FRIED RICE

View my step-by-step video The trend for everything Cauliflower has been around for a while and you know what they say, if you can’t beat them, join them. And why not, it’s not just so versatile, it’s also low in calories and really good for you. Cauliflower rice resembles rice because of it’s color but … Continue reading CAULIFLOWER Chicken FRIED RICE

THAI RED CURRY Chicken CRISPY Springrolls

View my step-by-step video This recipe is far from authentic, but it is packed with Thai flavours and is party perfect. When I develop recipes for large crowds, I’m always thinking about flavor, impact and stretching the budget. A chicken spring roll is soooo boring but offer a Thai Red Curry Chicken Spring roll and … Continue reading THAI RED CURRY Chicken CRISPY Springrolls

Hot & Sour Soup – An Indo Chinese Special

View my step-by-step video I love Chinese food and this Indo Chinese recipe for Hot & Sour soup is my favourite! Indo Chinese food is the cuisine made by Chinese immigrants that have lived in India for generations and have adapted their cuisine to the Indian palate.  A ledge population of India are Vegetarians, so … Continue reading Hot & Sour Soup – An Indo Chinese Special

Gobi Manchurian

Watch my step-by-step video (coming soon) Gobi is Cauliflower in Hindi in India where a large majority of the people are vegetarian and this Indo Chinese dish is insanely popular. I knew I struck gold with this recipe when one of my carnivore sons told me it tasted like just like Chicken! My kids aren’t … Continue reading Gobi Manchurian