It is not possible everyday that you have elaborate time to do detailed cooking, especially if its a family of working couple, during weekdays it is sometimes barely possible to spend more than 30 mins in kitchen. What do you do then? Eat ready made meals? Eat left overs? Eat junk? Eat cereals? May be all of these! This “Asparagus Salmon Foil bake”, is an answer to these problems. It is quick to make, contains goodness of Asparagus and Salmon (packed with Protein!) and still super scrumptious.
Not all the days are when you have luxury of time to hand to do elaborate cooking and at that time all you wish is quick recipe, but you do not wish to eat that million calories Pizza from a take away, nor you wish to survive on sandwich. Here comes this handy “honey garlic prawns”, which offers goodness of prawns and is ready in less than 20 mins. Serve with plain steamed rice or with bread of your choice.
About 2 years ago I posted recipe for bruschetta con funghi, one of pizza express delicacies. Inspired by same, I had tried bruschetta bread with toppings of mushroom and cheese, and I made this again one of those “ready in minutes” starter. This “cheesy mushroom bruschetta” is really simple to make and you can certainly earn brownie points from your guests, as it tastes simply superb! Thanks to the crunchy crust and cheesy topping, it tastes like mine pizza.
Have you been to Nandos? Though mostly known for its peri peri lip smacking chicken recipes. It is one of my favourite food joint too. I like the veg options there, whilst my family feasts on chicken. Immaterial of what we eat as main course, whole family loves Nandos corn on the cobs. This led me to explore (and experiment) doing something similar and make nandos style corn on the cobs.
A trifle is a layered dessert which contains custard, cake, fruits, jelly and whipped cream. Recipe of trifle can vary from person to person on how they make, but the basic elements remain the same. Trifle is sponge cake layered together with custard, whipped cream, jelly and fruit. Original version of this english trifle recipe hails from Scotland which includes soaking of sponge cake in sherry / wine, but these days it can be skipped by using simple fruit juice. This English Trifle is the quintessential pudding which has been into existence for a few centuries.
I have been bought up in a sleepy town in India and during those days (late eighties), I had barely heard of Baby corn, but then I learnt about this vegetable when I moved to metro city. A few people get confused these as corn grown on miniaturised corn plants, but Baby corn ( बेबी कॉर्न, young corn, cornlettes, baby sweetcorn, mini corn, or candle corn in Thai) is actually just regular corn that has been plucked before its matured. Mostly its used in stir fry dishes. I have tried to make baby corn satay, continue reading for step by step recipe.