Chicken Thai style

Elodie gave me a few ‘Thai curry- kits’. In the kit is included : coconut cream powder, curry paste (a green one for today), fish sauce and some dried herbs. Instead of the recommended 90 grams of vegetables, I add 350 grams  of green beans+200 grams of soy sprouts+200 grams of eggplant cubes. Start with … More Chicken Thai style

Yellow day

Evenings and nights are cooler. Warm yellow is the appropriate color to fill our dish. Chop 2 yellow bell peppers, 4 garlic cloves, 4 cm of ginger and 1 spicy pepper. Put in an oven dish and add a drizzle of olive oil. Put in the oven at 200°. Stir now and again. Make a … More Yellow day

Coriander harvest

The less I try, the better it grows! I’m more and more convinced that ‘real gardening’ is not my thing. Although it must be awesome to go to your kitchen garden and collect what you want to prepare. For 2p chop and fry 300 grams of chicken filet in a drizzle of sunflower oil. Remove … More Coriander harvest

Sometimes, I just ‘throw’ the food in the oven

Cooking is not always time consuming, and doesn’t have to be elegant to be healthy and tasty. Marinate chopped chicken in olive oil, lemon juice, pepper and salt. Chop sweet potatoes, eggplant, courgettes, mushrooms, tomatoes, onion, garlic. Add a few stems of fresh rosemary, olive oil and put everything on baking paper in the oven … More Sometimes, I just ‘throw’ the food in the oven

The Asian twist

Tom Yum Goong paste, which is meant to be used to prepare the easy version of the famous and delicious soup, can also be used as base for any other thai-like dish. I keep it in the freezer. Bake 500 grams of oyster mushrooms in a drizzle of peanut oil. Set aside. Chop and fry … More The Asian twist