No Gods, No Masters, Only Garlic Prawns

450g prawns 1 bulb garlic 3-5 spring onions 3 birds eye chillies 1 to 1-1/2 tsp corn starch 1 bunch (3 heads) bok choy 1 bunch broccolini 1-2 cups water (approx – will depend on the size of your pan) 1 tbsp fresh ground white pepper 1 tbsp light soy sauce 1/2 tsp brown sugarContinue reading “No Gods, No Masters, Only Garlic Prawns”

BBQ Chicken, But, Like, OMG So Good You Guys

Seriously, you guys, so good ~ Ingredients: 4-6 chicken thighs, skin on Four fat cloves or garlic, or 5 regular ones, chopped 1 fat knob (hur hur) of ginger, chopped finely (approx. thumb sized) 3 birds eye chillies, sliced thin 1 decent sized spring onion, sliced thin Roots of 1 bunch of coriander, washed wellContinue reading “BBQ Chicken, But, Like, OMG So Good You Guys”

Buddha Bowl

This recipe is for a number of discrete components which you can choose to bring together in whatever quantities suit your appetite and tastes. Almost everything can be made in advance, as the majority of the dish is served cold, making it an incredibly refreshing, light but fulfilling summer dish. And with the prep outContinue reading “Buddha Bowl”

Blank Canvas Vegetable Soup

Ingredients: 3 Carrots 1 onion 4 stalks celery ¼ butternut pumpkin 2 potatoes 1 cup shredded cabbage 2-4 cups spinach and kale Large handful of parsley Chicken stock to cover (approx. 1lt, will vary depending on the size of your pan and its contents) Salt and pepper, to taste Olive oil Slice and sauté carrots,Continue reading “Blank Canvas Vegetable Soup”

Shanks for the Memories

4 decent sized lamb shanks 3-4 medium shallots, quartered 2 medium carrots 1 small bulb of garlic, peeled and trimmed 1 glass of fruity, rich bodied red wine (I used Malbec) 2 tbsp tomato paste 330g bottle of cherry tomato passata 1.5 tsp dried oregano 1 tsp dried thyme 1lt beef stock 8-10 stalks parsleyContinue reading “Shanks for the Memories”

Thai Coconut Mussels

This is a very generous serve for 2 people, decent for 3, or as a starter for 4. You will have a lot of broth left over, which is especially delicious the next day. Try making it into a noodle soup by adding some noodles and veg, and your choice of protein/s. Aromats 1/2tsp sesameContinue reading “Thai Coconut Mussels”