Sweet and salty, and perfect served up on some steaming egg fried rice – it’s one of those dishes that can be prepped ahead of time, then cooked and plated up in under 20 minutes.
This Easy Thai Yellow Curry is the perfect recipe for gloomy Autumn nights in; it’s not going to win any prizes for its looks, but it’s easy peasy to make and takes less than half an hour from wok to table, it’s tasty and warming, with plenty of texture from the added fresh greens and crunchy cashew nuts. Plus, that bright yellow sauce is bound to put a smile on your face…
I absolutely love cauliflower in a curry (my mother-in-law makes the best Aloo Gobi) and Chana Masala is always on the menu if we eat out at an Indian restaurant. So, why not put the two together, eh? This cauliflower and chickpea curry is a quick and easy meal to whip up, and a damn tasty treat for lunchtimes when you fancy something warm and comforting to eat. 🙂
Happy Saint Dwynwen’s Day! Or, for the uninitiated, Welsh Valentines Day! I went into a little bit more detail on why exactly we celebrate Valentines Day a little earlier than the rest of the world here in Wales in this post (along with a little recipe for Blood Orange Doughnuts 🙂 ) – but it’s basically a Game of Thrones-esque story about a time when Kings had 24 daughters and princesses routinely ran off into the woods and turned their lovers into blocks of ice. As you do. 😉
I think 2018 will be remembered as the year I officially, head over heels fell in love with Thai food. It’s fresh and filling and colourful (I don’t know about you, but colourful food cheers me up this time of year); more importantly, it’s so quick and easy to make! Pad Thai (♡♡♡) and Massaman Curry […]