Tonight’s dinner 😋 inspired by Jamie Oliver’s 30 minute meals satay chicken
Chicken fillets, yummy satay inspired sauce, brown rice, tomatoes and cucumbers
6 tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter
1 garlic clove
Zest and juice from 2 limes
Large piece of fresh ginger (grated)
Mix all into a smooth sauce in a food processor
Marinate the chicken with some of the sauce
Cook in the oven for around 20 min (200c)
Serve with noodles or rice and a salad.
I’m on a freakin’ roll now!
I finally start to cook more Vietnamese food over the weekend and now can’t stop!
Not sure what this dish is called but it’s so simple and easy to make but the taste you get from it is great. It’s just chops marinated in soy with some ground pepper, salt, a dash of sugar and slices of onions and garlic. You grill the whole thing then serve it on a bed of jasmine rice and a side of pickled daikon and carrots (made from ages ago). The left over marinade sauce is then used to fry up more sliced onions and also served on the side. The pièce de résistance is the nuoc mam (or nuoc cham, also made from before) is then drizzled over it. As we have little people with us, instead of putting some thai chili in the nuoc nam I give my dish the usual blessing of sriracha!Someone tell me the name of this if you know
Sorry (but not sorry) but there is nothing for me that can beat this as one of my most fave comfort food (well if you don’t count banh mi, or most Vietnamese che, or pho, or bun, or….) #allhanhmade#foodporn#foodlover#foodphotography#foodpic#realfood#porkchop#soysauce#daikon#carrot#garlic#onion#nuocmam#nuoccham#fishsauce#thit#heo#sriracha#srirachasauce#srirachasauceoneverything
Picture isn’t very pretty because we immediately dove in and almost inhaled our food. This is lemongrass marinated salmon with red potatoes — it’s juicy and flavorful and smells great hot out of the oven and my absolutely favorite new way to prepare fish. (I combined aspects from various salmon and baked potato recipes with what’s already in the kitchen.) #cooking