In Natasha’s Kitchen last night: classic French leek entree! Simple, elegant & so so delicious! Boil the leeks, cool, slice lengthways and serve with a simple vinaigrette. A new favourite! #booblateh#onthespectrum#lovetocook
Our scrumptious cheats dessert! We were off to a party today & we had promised to bring dessert but were a bit pressed for time so we threw together these delicious tarts! We pre-made the pastry shells earlier in the week & simply filled them with lemon curd & Nutella then decorated with berries & sprinkles! So yum!
Rain, rain go away, come again another day, lil jonny wants to play... The universal Rain Rhymes! We have all got ot by heart 😀
There's been extreme monsoon downpour here, and as its Sunday a Dessert is Mandatory.
From my kitchen today ~~ "GAJAR KA HALWA" or "CARROT HALWA".
Carrot halwa is a very basic yet prized indian dessert, starts with lots of grated carrots, condensed milk, ghee, sugar, nuts, raisins flavoured with cardamom!! Serve it warm or match it according to your mood😀😀
⠀Buenos días!!! Empezamos este día ☔️con desayuno tan delicioso 😋!
⠀Unbelievable ☔️ day in Barcelona! The time ⏰to cook, make my home 🏡 cozy and, finally, play a little in table games! And what about your plans for today?😉
⠀Дождь☔️, ветер 💨, весьма ощутимая прохлада ☁️🌧, это ли не мечта?! Уютный расслабленный день обеспечен! А ещё я пока кайфую от начавшихся каникул. Так здорово наблюдать за играющим дома 🏡 ребёнком, есть вместе всякие вкусности без ограничений и на время забыть про режим дня!!! Уиии! Родителям тоже иногда нужны каникулы!😂
⠀P.S. Интересно, на сколько меня хватит такой позитивной?! #мамамтоженуженотдых
Simple healthy dinners are the best!! One of my fave dishes is this sausage, tomato and spinach dish. If you've been to our house for dinner, I'm sure I made it for you lol.
*** Just saute Italian sausage, tomatoes, and spinach with a 1/2 cup of tomato sauce. Topped with mozzarella and/or parmesan cheese.
The pic above is an orange and almond cake
There are barely any ingredients and is super simple to make
It's yummy, delicious and super mess-free
You could make it with your eyes closed, bake it, you'll see.🍬🍰😉
This isn’t a classic shogayaki as I’m a kitchen rebel. Hahaha. I added napa cabbage to the classic shogayaki so we can get more veg in our diet & red capsicum add colour to the otherwise dull looking dish. Therefore you can totally omit the napa cabbage & red capsicum if you prefer to do it the classic way.
I used thinly sliced japanese pork ribeye that was meant for shabu-shabu (japanese hotpot), sometimes I used japanese pork belly depending on what’s available at the stores, then cut them into smaller pieces. I don’t recommend using lean pork though, as it will be tougher & a lot less flavourful. Fats is flavour. It’s perfectly okay to eat fats in moderation as our bodies need fats to absorb the nutrients & to function properly.
250-300g thinly sliced pork ribeye or pork belly, 1/4-1/2 onion (yellow or white, thinly sliced), 2 big handful of chopped napa cabbage, 1/4 red capsicum (thin strips), 1/4-1/3 bottle of shogayaki sauce (I used kikkoman brand). Heat oil in frying pan.
Add onion & cook till soft.
Add napa cabbage if using, cook till tender & all liquid renders out from the cabbage evaporates.
Add red capsicum if using, fry for 1min.
Add pork, stir & separate the pork slices (they like to stick together, I find chopsticks come in very handy for this job). When the pork is almost cooked through but still pinkish, add 1/4 bottle of shogayaki sauce (there is markings on the bottle), stir & heat through. Taste the pork to see if you need more shogayaki sauce.
Served with steamed rice.
I’m an eggaholic, therefore you’ll see me adding either soft-boiled egg or poached egg to a lot of my home-cooked meals. And I hate doing dishes, therefore I usually serve everything in ONE big bowl or plate.