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Showing posts from August, 2011

Hot and Sour Thai Prawn Soup

I have few confessions to make here :( I have mentioned before why I wasn't able to blog regularly as I used too. Very simply folks I'm getting very lazy and have stared losing interest in cooking. Most of the ingredient which I frequently are not easily available here in CBE and sometime my net connection take a very long time to download my snaps. Days pass by so quickly indeed..just image it's Monday and my weekend in my native is over and back to CBE life again. Do your kids have that one special recipe they ask for over and over again. I really cannot remember how long the following recipe has being idle in my folder but hot favorite in my home which I enjoy preparing frequently when we were in USA. I have yet to prepare these mouthwatering soup packed with exotic flavor and spice in CBE soon without lemon grass as it's not available in CBE. A very simple soup that gives off a complex aroma and flavor. One taste of these prawns in the spicy and sour broth wi

Chicken Pad Thai

Chicken Pad Thai A very pleasing presentation of soft noodles and bean curd combined with fresh vegetables and crunchy peanuts.Thai noodles are some of the most popular in the world, and when you taste them, you'll know why.This Chicken Pad Thai recipe will "wow" your taste buds with its abundance of flavors and textures! Authentic and simple to make, this easy recipe for pad Thai is a definite try it out-till greetings from Taste of Saras Kitchen. See ya soon with another dish!!!! Serving Size:4 Ingredients 2 cups noodles 2tbsp Thai Red Curry Paste 1 cup cooked chicken fillets 1tbsp minced garlic 1tbsp soy sauce 1tbsp lime juice 2tbsp cornflour 1/2 cup beans sprouts 1/3 cup unsalted roasted peanuts chopped coriander leaves Preparation Methods: Add the noodles to a large pan of boiling water and drain immediately rinse,drain and pat dry. Heat the oil in wok-stir-fry the garlic until fragrant then-add the-Thai red curry paste and all t