Our family obsession with chicken katsu curry continues apace. I’m back to buying sushi (short grain white) rice by the sack, and panko by the kilo. Honestly,… Read more “Not quite katsu”
Dinn-stagram, day 0. Fakeaway pizza night
It’s been all go since my last post, and I’ve been finding it hard to get back on the blogging horse, so a new project is needed,… Read more “Dinn-stagram, day 0. Fakeaway pizza night”
Rubber chicken, 3 ways.
When I have an operating oven, I’m a huge fan of roasting a large chicken once a week. It works out really economical as we get at… Read more “Rubber chicken, 3 ways.”
This works brilliantly with some leftover roast chicken, or with the not-quite-one-portion odds and sods from the freezer. It’s literally translation is fried rice, and once the… Read more “Nasi goreng”
Creamy garlic chicken
We’re all well and truly under the Covid-19 restrictions now. Ireland is heading for week three of school and childcare closures, and I think for the most… Read more “Creamy garlic chicken”
Creamy chicken and tomato pasta
So it seems that the unofficial theme of this week is “roll through meals”. After the prawn pasta earlier in the week I’d half a box of… Read more “Creamy chicken and tomato pasta”
Pollo al pomodoro and a fresh start.
Two tomatoes, two peppers, a single yoghurt (completely shocking in this house!), half a tub of taramasalata, a portion of stew, 5 sachets of spice mixes that… Read more “Pollo al pomodoro and a fresh start.”
Roast chicken leftovers, night one.
Yesterday’s chicken has been stripped down with military precision. Meat is divided into three bowls. One is leftover breast meat that is more eat-as-they-are. Bowl two is… Read more “Roast chicken leftovers, night one.”
PFJ review, and a simple roast chicken
The end of plastic free July turned into a flurry of activity, as we prepared for not only our first two week holiday in 6 years, but… Read more “PFJ review, and a simple roast chicken”
Another one from “Jamie’s America”, and a real Italian American classic. I’ve eaten this in a few different places on two continents and it has varied wildly… Read more “Not-veal parmigiana”