Making soup is surprisingly easy and also relaxing way to spend a weekend afternoon. As lame as it sounds, I find stirring really therapeutic and knowing that my lunch is all ready for the week also makes me feel more organised. This week's soup?! Thai Sweet Potato, Carrot and Tomato. You'll need: One onion, chopped 1
My version of the classic, Chicken Satay. Instead of grilling chicken, I made more of a chicken satay stir fry. Complete with a sticky peanut sauce. The chicken was pre marinated for 24 hours, then all I had to do was create the sauce, and fry the chicken and the vegetables. So simple, packed full
Another day, another Londoner recipe. This time a Pad Thai Salad, hold the noodles. Again, really simple to make. I don't have a spiralizer, but a vegetable peeler works just fine! The sauce is simple and authentic and brings back memories of thai-street food in Koh Phangan! I am loving updating my salad recipes, not
Well Cirque did not disappoint, Saturday was my perfect day. Cirque followed by a yummy Thai dinner at Chaophraya in the heart of Manchester city centre. My outfit of the day featured a trench coat, yellow skirt and white shirt! Simple but dressy enough to go out for dinner. Cirque was playing in the phones4u
I can now cross off number 23 of my 101 list. After reading through Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey book, I decided to make a thai jungle curry paste. Rick used really fresh Thai ingredients in this, so if you're using ground/old/supermarket versions make sure to double the amount of coriander, cumin, turmeric and chilli.