I never fancied Thai food, but may be because of multiple trials (read forced by friends to try it) I started liking it. And, when I like something I want to try it at home. Bah! What’s new in there (wink)? The first experiment was Thai Red curry and it was successful. I promised myself, I am gonna make it more often now.Actually, it seemed trickier than it actually is. Everything is, once you try it, isn’t it? Well, I am gonna try more Thai food, that’s for sure. Both in restaurants and then at home! Now, without much ado, I’ll get back to the recipe. Here’s how I did it. I made the vegetarian version, so the fish oil (otherwise important ingredient) didn’t cut into my recipe; have used sesame oil and soy sauce instead. Hope you all like it.
This is a long due post! About a month ago, I did a Greek cuisine day at home. I like celebrating cuisines, so I try and span the dishes through the day starting from the breakfast. So, on this day, I started my day with the No knead Filmjölk olive bread and black bean hummus. I will post the recipe some day. (I am a lazy bitch ;))
Anyways! for the lunch, I wanted to do something simple as I was expecting some guests for the dinner and I obviously had to focus more on the dinner. But, that doesn’t mean I will compromise on the lunch. More because I had to prepare something for the cuisine of the month going on a group of blogger friends where the host selects a cuisine and we all make one dish from that kitchen. I was the host this month and I decided on Greek as the cuisine of the month. So, here it is, a very humble Greek dish. Simple and from the everyday life of Greek kitchen: Spanakorizo – Greek Spinach Rice.