I love brussel sprouts but funnily enough have never used them in a simple stir-fry until now. This was my mom's idea to be exact. Brussel sprouts are simply blanched and then stir-fried quickly with garlic, some soy and abalone sauce. Most vegetables lend themselves pretty well to stir-fries so there are just simply too many varieties. I hope you will like this simple and nutritious dish!
I do love prawns...especially when fried to golden perfection! I can usually just have the prawns fried but for today's feature, I just prepared some Thai dipping sauce on the side. The sauce is from Yuen Chun but I decided to add in some vinegar, bird's eye chili peppers and a pinch of sugar to tailor-make it more to this dish. We just served the sauce on the side for dipping, however if you like you can incorporate it into the dish by first frying the prawns, then add some garlic and the sauce to coat the prawns.
Tangy, refreshing and utterly appetising. Yes, that is today's feature. This is such an easy dish to serve that goes well with steamed rice or as a side dish with meat. It is not easy sometimes to think of what to cook and this salad is such a great alternative to actual cooking. All you have to do is just some chopping, slicing and mixing :). I used fresh pineapple, cucumber, bird's eye chili peppers and some red onions. Add in some vinegar, fresh lime juice, a sprinkling of salt and sugar...that's it!
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