The other brilliant dish I tried from “Yotam Ottolenghi’s fusion feast” column in The Guardian. Continue reading “Cabbage with Ginger Cream and Szechuan Chili Oil by Yotam Ottolenghi”
His recipe column in The Guardian recently had some experimental fusion dishes under the moniker “Yotam Ottolenghi’s fusion feast”, so what did I do: I combined elements of two of these dishes… Continue reading “‘Caponata’ with Silken Tofu by Yotam Ottolenghi”
With autumn in full swing, oven bakes are definitely my favorite type of meal. Continue reading “Baked Ratatouille with Goat’s Cheese”
This one actually goes back to one of the first posts I made on arcisfoodblog. It’s a delicious dish with succulent fried chicken and a smooth, mild Japanese curry sauce that has become a family favorite over the years.
This recipe is based on Bill Granger’s, Rice noodle pho with rare beef and star anise, which can be found here.
Oh, the fun we had when we said to the kids that we would be eating Poke Bowls for dinner…
Believe it or not, but the inspiration for this dish actually comes from a vegetarian cookbook from IKEA that we got over 15 years ago.
Continue reading “Edamame and Soba Noodle Salad”
The last part of our pork belly extravaganza was trying to recreate a Filipino dish called Lechon Kawali, which I found over at seriouseats.com
The second dish that we did was based on Jeremy Pang’s recipes I found on BBC Good Food: oven roasted char siu (BBQ-ed pork belly) with pickled carrots and mooli. Continue reading “Char Siu with Pickled Carrot and Mooli”
Not all recipes from the “River Cottage Veg” cookbook by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall were a huge success though…
We kicked off 2016 with having a go at some Asian inspired dishes based on some bookmarked recipes and spices that we had in the pantry.