A spicy and flavourful fried rice recipe using Korean Kimchi, topped with tofu and shitake mushrooms. This is a quick and easy recipe that is ideal for brunch or light dinner. and you can easily add whatever toppings you’d like if you are of the more meaty persuasion. It’s an easy way to get some veggies in as well as some probiotic rich food.
How’s your week going readers? As I mentioned in my last post, it really feels like spring is in the air at the moment and I am super pumped. I’m done with the endless nights and the cold weather that just makes you want to stay under the covers where it’s actually warm. For me, like many people, winter is associated with comfort food… and carbs, try as I might to stay away from them. Usually by the end of winter, as much as I am fed up of the cold and the dark, I’m often fed up of indulging in overly heavy foods that make me feel lethargic and sluggish. The warmer and longer days are an exceptional motivation in wanting to eat lighter and better.
How’s your Monday going, readers? I’m back today with my second giveaway of this month to mark my first year of blogging. This time I have two beautiful tea and caddy sets courtesy of the love people at Ahmad Tea to give away to 2 winners. They have a really great selection of teas on their website which are really affordable and you should definitely check out.
How has your week been going so far, readers? I can hardly believe it’s the middle of December! As I will be hitting the one year mark of blogging I have put together a little giveaway to say thank you for following me along on this journey for the past year. This blog started off as a hobby, to document my
culinary misadventures endeavours to become a better cook and finally learn the delicious traditional Asian recipes I had been eating all my life. My first ever recipe on the blog was an easy chicken curry, which we eat very regularly in our family. Not only that that, but it got me doing something productive and creative instead of just vegging out once this exhausted teacher got home from work. Now on to those prizes which have kindly been sponsored by Absolute Press and Drink Me Chai.
This is exactly the time of year for drinking copious amounts of tea. And if you follow me on instagram, you will know that is something that I do a lot of! I can’t quite explain the excitement I feel at the prospect of testing a new exotic flavour of tea. An excellent cup of tea at just the right time is, with no added hyperbole, one of the great comforts in life. If you’ve checked out my spiced pear and earl grey tartlet post out, you will know that I have really been into incorporating tea in my recipes recently as well.