I can see how you might be curious about the title of this recipe. Perhaps you’re trying to work out where the “Ungu” region is. Or perhaps you understood the title but are wondering why I would make “purple fried noodles”. The dish is not named for its colour (although I’ve added some purple onion), rather it is named for the friend who inspired me to create it.
When cold weather hits, it’s natural to seek comfort in a variety of forms: warm blankets, layers of sweaters and delicious, hearty meals like Chickpea, Spinach and Coconut Curry, Savory Harissa-Roasted Chicken and Vegetables, and Gnocchi with Hearty Mushroom Bolognese.
So you want to bacon poach some oysters, eh? You've come to the right place.
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In June 2019 we opened our first cookery school, The Outreach Kitchen for vulnerable people. A place to give individuals a sense of belonging, a place to learn new skills and gain qualifications. Supported by practical learning and hands on experience which would and has supported an application for employment on numerous occasions.
Minimalism and organization expert, Marie Kondo usually tells her clients to choose to keep items that "spark joy," upon further investigation she says what she actually means is to keep things that conjure deep emotion. When I share recipes and the stories that surround them, that is what I aim to do—share recipes that conjure emotions.
The flavours of Indonesia and Malaysia are something that I can’t get enough of. The spicy and tropical aromas are perfectly combined for enjoying on the balcony on a summer’s evening. It is a style I continuously return to and have developed some recipes for those times that I can’t afford a plane ticket.
If you’re anything like me, hot sauce is a staple in the pantry. My love for that spicy kick has had me chasing all the various flavours, styles and tastes out there, and I just can’t get enough. Not only is my mouth burning, but this addiction means that my back pocket is starting to feel the heat too. So, my search began, new ways to fuel the burning addiction while lightening the load on the ol’ wallet.
I was first introduced to the world of Upside Down cakes when I was 7 years old. To me, the idea of any sort of upside down dessert was amusing, and reminded my childhood self of all things related to Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland. Like Alice, who had also been 7 years old in the tale, this divine, sweet confection, was something to be found at the Mad Hatter's tea party, or at the Queen of Heart's celebratory buffet.
My Mum is a fantastic cook. When I'd ask what was for dinner she'd say "I dunno" as she tossed spices and vegetables into a frying pan. No matter what she'd come up with the dish was 97% a delicious result. However that tactic doesn't work with baking.
There's something about a homemade drop biscuit, fresh from the oven that just makes my day complete. Biscuits are delicious and extremely easy to make. The ingredients are staples that I always seem to have lying around in my pantry, which makes this recipe all the more perfect. Whenever I'm not sure what to make for supper, you can bet that these delicious biscuits come to mind. Maybe paired with some delicious soup. You can't go wrong with having these biscuits as part of your meal.