This is a really fun and simple recipe for kids and adults alike! Goes well as a topping for fish, scallops or as a jam for your toast! Make it in advance and keep it in the fridge to use when needed.
Inspired by my Mother In Law’s recipe for cooking lobster, this is my take on Lobster Rolls. Flavorful bites of sweet lobster meat wrapped with a crunchy exterior, its guaranteed to be a hit!
This is a yummy, economical treat / side dish that is worth the slightly troublesome steps required. Crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside and packed with flavor! Guaranteed to be a hit with adults and kids alike. Best of all, you can easily store these and just heat it up in the oven!
While there are several places serving up Japanese pasta, I haven’t come across any that incorporates Chinese sauces into pasta. This is my take on it using one of my favorite Chinese sauces, the soya bean paste. The paste, incorporated with sour cream and mustard, adds depth and smokiness to the pasta. The cherry tomatoes add color, crunch and tartness to balance it all off. Serve with pan seared fish on the side for a more complete meal. A simple and fuss free recipe!
A decadent lobster dish that is quick and fuss free. Just in time for Christmas! Goes well with rice, buns or even rice noodles!
I am a big fan of homemade tomato soup. Its full of tangy, sweet, salty goodness. Not to mention the loads of vitamins and anti oxidants. Using cherry tomatoes have 2 main advantages – It tastes more crisp (you’ll know what I mean when you try it!) and its alot more convenient. No slicing and dicing. Its a pretty fast recipe to whip up when you need that soup fix!
This has become my ‘go to’ dish when I want to make something which looks impressive, tastes fantastic and does not take too much work. This makes for a great dish to impress almost anyone without breaking a sweat!