DINNER TONIGHT! 🙌🏼🌶
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Tomatoey sausage fried rice! 🙋♀️
👉🏼 two @lindamccartneyfoods red pepper & chorizo sausages cooked, chopped up and then fried together with a loooad of veggies (red onion, broccoli, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes & courgette), garlic salt and 1/3 of a can of chopped tomatoes. Then once that was all bubblin I literally just stirred through half a pack of @tildarice egg fried rice to finish! 💃
Such a simple, colourful and quick meal! Tres tres recommend 👌🏼
Have a lovely evening peeps! ♥️
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La TORTA più GOLOSA del MONDO.. una goduria unica! 🥰
Da soooo VIELE von euch mein PFANNENBROT aus Zutaten, die jede/r Zuhause hat, gebacken haben, zeige ich diese noch einmal. Schließlich sind in den letzten Tagen Neue hier angekommen🥰Welcome❣️. Füllen könnt ihr die Brote mit allem, was der Kühlschrank hergibt ... oder esst sie mit Dips.
Die Pfannenbrote sind🌱 #vegan und nur aus vier Zutaten.
150 g Dinkelvollkornmehl mit
1/2 TL Salz,
1/2 TL Backpulver und
100 ml warmem Wasser zu einem Teig verkneten. Lasst den Teig 5-10 Minuten ruhen und gebt ihn anschließend esslöffelweise in eine mit etwas Olivenöl ausgestrichene Pfanne. Backt die Brote aus, bis sie goldgelb sind.
Bei mir gibt es dazu einen Dip aus Sojajoghurt und Kräutern.
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Açaí berries are unique because while they are low in sugar they are somewhat high in fat for a fruit. They also contain vitamins A, E, and C, trace minerals, and anthocynanins, which are antioxidants that give the berries their rich color.
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When you create coloured flowers on your fresh pasta sheet then realise you forgot to take a pic before cutting into tagliatelle. Quick grab the camera anyway!
Big sigh....it looked pretty too. 🎨🍝
We’re always in a good mood when surrounded by #goodfood ! 😋
There’s no better time to smile and break out the Sweet Soy, as we let you in on a recipe that’ll not only #sparkjoy , but leave you grinning ear to ear for #internationaldayofhappiness ••• Nasi Goreng
Time: 35 mins
Recipe: Justine Schofield
2 tbsp peanut oil
2 garlic cloves, sliced
2 purple shallots, thinly sliced
1 long red chilli, seeds removed, thinly sliced
1 chicken breast, fat trimmed, cut into strips
8 green prawns, peeled, tails intact
200g cherry tomatoes, halved
1 small carrot, peeled, grated
100g green beans, trimmed, cut into 3cm lengths
2 tbsp sweet soy (kecap manis)
1 tbsp sambal shrimp paste
1 tbsp tomato sauce
3 cups cooked long grain rice, cooled
¼ Chinese cabbage, shredded
4 free-range eggs
Bean sprouts, fried Asian shallots, lemon wedges and coriander sprigs, to serve
Heat the oil in a wok or a large, deep frypan over a high heat. Add garlic, shallots, and chilli and stir-fry for 1 minute until shallots are golden. Add chicken and cook for 2 to 3 minutes or until browned.
Reduce heat to medium, then add the prawns. Toss for 1 minute or until prawns are just tender, then add the green beans, carrot and half of the cherry tomatoes.
Combine the sambal, sweet soy and tomato sauce in a small bowl, then pour into the wok and toss well to ensure everything is coated.
Add the rice and cabbage, and stir with a wooden spoon, breaking up any clumps in the rice. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes or until rice is warmed through.
While the rice is heating, heat some oil in a frypan and fry the eggs.
They say you can be anything. I choose to be a QUEEN 👑👸 The gorgeous spread in front of me is from @bayroutedining in #Mumbai 💕💕 I had @bayroutedining in my mind way before I came to Mumbai. Being a middle eastern for six years now, it felt like the right place to be 💁♀️💁♀️My verdict for @bayroutedining - I am in awe of this restaurant. Firstly, the interiors are grand and royal just how the middle easterns like it 😉😉 Secondly, the food is traditional with a touch (and just a touch) of Indian. I tried some authentic dishes here and you should've seen my face while tasting them 🤤🤤 They make you forget you're eating in #Mumbai . I will post my recommendations for traditional dishes here soon 🤗🤗@bayroutedining gets a seal of approval from this Middle Eastern 💃💃 P.c. @sumi_the_foodie ❤❤