I’ve put inverted commas around the word Ramen because this is a pretty bastardised version, as I’ve used a lot of western ingredients as well as mixed up Japanese & Korean flavours. BUT in all its simplicity – it’s damn tasty, cheap & filling!
Sounds like a strange combination, but it works really well (promise!). The earthy, sweet flavours of the beetroot, which I admit took me some years to come around to, find their match perfectly with the sweet and sour notes of the tamarind, and the addition of the horseradish just balances the soup off nicely giving it that kick of heat. Continue reading “Beetroot & Tamarind Soup”
I absolutely love rice pudding, but it makes me sad how many people seem to have been put off for life due to the horrors of being force-fed it at school. I think most of us can remember the gluey/gloopy/lukewarm bowl of substandard ‘rice pudding’ in the school canteen but honestly this grown-up version will change your life! Continue reading “Rose, Pistachio & Cardamom Kheer”
These were really just born out of me craving cake at around 4pm, not wanting to leave my house and also being really impatient! The best thing about this recipe, as I said on the Instagram caption, is how ridiculously quick it is. Also you don’t even need any fancy equipment, you literally need a bowl and a spoon. Continue reading “Cherry & Almond Financiers”
Laksa is said to have been introduced to Malaysia by the Peranakan people, whose ancestors migrated to the modern day Malay peninsula (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia) from China in the 1400s. Continue reading “Spicy Prawn Curry Laksa”