This Bean Soup comes to you from El Bulli restaurant, famed in its time for topping the World’s 50 Best Restaurant list, year after year. But fear not! This is not a complex Michelin star dish. It’s a simple bean soup from the El Bulli staff cookbook, “The Family Meal”.
In Thailand, Green Papaya Salad is traditionally made in giant mortar and pestles large enough to hold the entire salad. The dressing is pounded first, and the rest of the salad is added, pounded a little and finally tossed. For this home version, we use an ordinary size mortar instead. We make the salad in stages, then bring it all together at the end in a bowl.
This is a simple-yet-luxurious, cheffy way to cook salmon. By basting continuously with foaming garlic butter, it seeps into every crack and crevice of the salmon and gives it the ultimate buttery crust.
Dinner on the table in 20 minutes! The sauce is ridiculously addictive – I’m tempted to double it!
You love Beef Stroganoff…now try CHICKEN! Golden seared chicken with a creamy mushroom Stroganoff gravy, I like making this with whole chicken thighs so I can brown it nicely which leaves brown bits in the pan that makes an incredible flavour base for the sauce!
A light, healthy, CRUNCHY Asian salad that is a great side for all types of Asian foods. Dressing is a great salty / sour / spicy lime dressing reminiscent of Thai and Vietnamese food. Add CHICKEN if making this as a meal. Serves 8 – 10 as a side, 4 as a meal with chicken.
This combination of juicy chicken pieces and tender broccoli inside a fritter with a crispy golden crust is seriously delicious!
Forget every other method you’ve used. This recipe GUARANTEES the juiciest chicken breast you’ve ever made in your life. No special equipment, no fancy gadgets. It’s dead easy and foolproof.
This recipe was conceived as an emergency, ultra low-effort side dish. Just dump all the ingredients in a pan, and shove it in the oven. End result: seasoned rice that’s amazingly similar to wok-tossed fried rice! Every grain of rice is perfectly cooked and fluffy, and the bacon even goes golden!
Knowing how to make Roasted Vegetables well is a life essential