Asian salmon salad

I admit, I love Jamie Oliver. His cooking style inspires me since the early beginning and I’m still a big fan. This salad is really delicious, although I add more vegetables. For 2p, start with the cucumber. Cut the cucumber in 2 halves. Remove the seeds (and the skin if you prefer). Slice thinly. Mix … More Asian salmon salad

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

Tortilla and…

Boil 500 grams of sweet potato al dente. Remove the skin and cut in cubes. Chop and fry 1 large red onion, 4 garlic cloves, 1 spicy little pepper. Add 1 chopped large courgette and 250 grams of mushrooms. Add the sweet potato. Bake until everything cooked.Taste, add pepper and salt. Finish with 150 grams … More Tortilla and…

Let’s baptise the bamboo baskets we brought from Laos

After the fish and chips from last night we can use an overdose of vegetables. Cucumber (instead of papaya) salad, steamed vegetables and sticky rice. Start with the STICKY RICE (Khao Niaow in Laos). ‘Sticky’ rice has a praticular texture and flavor. You can find it in Asian supermarkets. Where steamed rice is transparent, brown-white … More Let’s baptise the bamboo baskets we brought from Laos