Chef Shef’s Lamb Chops

I think I speak for the majority that when it comes to preparing meals, we all want something quick, easy and without too much thinking. I’m not always about forward-planning and often my choices are based on what I feel like, which is a bit annoying when some dishes need longer to prepare. Step forward…

One Pot Wonder Red Curry Pasta

Last week, my best friend, Leanne introduced me to the idea of a one pot dish where you throw in a heap of ingredients into one pot and somehow it comes together beautifully. Then she posted the recipe on her blog Do Not Refreeze. EHHMUUGGHHAAAD! I *had* to do this. And so I did yesterday….

Prawn, Coconut & Tomato Curry

Hello, I am back after yet another long hiatus. It looks like the Butter Chicken recipe has been keeping many of you quiet and I personally have made it a few times too. Any way, I do have a new recipe to share that I have made twice in the space of two days because…

Noodle coconut soup

A few weeks ago a friend invited me to her place for food and Anchorman. She made a coconut noodle soup, a recipe she literally threw together with any leftovers she needed to use up. I begged her for a guidance so she helpfully scribbled some notes and gave me the useful advice to make…

Griddled fish and asparagus

Hello, today’s post is healthy, quick and so simple.  It’s also the first recipe I’ve taken inspiration from an infamous celebrity chef but put my own spin on it so technically I’d like half the credit. The idea stems from when I had stopped in M&S’s food hall one evening after work and grabbed some tuna steaks. …