Mock rice made with cauliflower is a great alternative to rice. With 25 calories per 100g of cauliflower compared with 125 calories per 100g of steam white long grain rice, it's a no brainer that if you are counting calories or looking for a low carb alternative, mock rice is the way forward. Actually, even … Continue reading Roasted Cauliflower Mock Rice
With my trusted Thermomix as my sous chef, I have complete confidence in my passionate quest to spread the word about the incredible flavours of Singapore's national dish: Hainanese Chicken Rice. So join me at Tann Rokka for the Pop Up during the Primrose Hill Fair. Relax on the bridge at Chloe's Espresso. Come experience the flavours. Once … Continue reading HAINANESE CHICKEN RICE POP UP
Meet Dolly and be prepared for my Thermomix tribute Dolly Delights: biscuits for dogs and an accidental delicious gluten free snack for humans too! From the day I met this wonderful Westie 14 years ago, we've had this bond. One of my first photoshoots was of Dolly. One of the first books I made was of Dolly. When … Continue reading DOLLY DELIGHTS
Yes, raw kale is very good for you. One cup of raw chopped kale contains 206% of Vitamin A, 134% Vitamin C, and 684% Vitamin K in 33 calories. It is a great source of important minerals and antioxidants that have been associated with lowering cancer risk and promoting healthy skin, eyes, and immune function. The honest … Continue reading Back to Kale!
The first time I tried Muhammara was at Al Hamra. I came across Ottolenghi's recipe by chance and I now get my fix whenever I want, thanks to my TM5 taking all the effort out of it. I love it so much that at a cooking demonstation I organised at the lifestyle space Tann Rokka recently, I chose to … Continue reading OTTOLENGHI’S MUHAMMARA ADAPTED
The new year is here and whilst sitting at my computer wondering which of my Thermomix discoveries to wax lyrical about at the start of 2017, this lovely pea greeting popped up from my friend Sangita Sharma.So it is the perfect moment to share her inspiration and my recipe of the month adapted from a recipe by … Continue reading NEW YEAR MINTY LAMB
Tumeric was once a silent but essential ingredient in my kitchen cupboard, used in both Indian and South East Asian cooking in small amounts. Truth be known, it can be a nightmare to work with; light coloured work surfaces, kitchen towels and clothes suffer from accidental spills and splatters. In the last year or so, with … Continue reading GOLDEN MILK MAGIC