A rich creamy Burmese soup (khowse)
Last night’s dinner: A South African version of the Burmese dish, khow suey, or as I know it, khowse ser, a traditional noodle dish made with coconut milk, that has a soup like consistency. In South Africa, it is commonly made with chicken. (more…)
Traditionally more of a soup, but by a thickening it up and keto adapting it, it becomes a wonderful main dish. This is a go to favourite of ours on a cold day. Then again it’s a wonderful summer dish as well, served cold or slightly warm. We tend to use duck over chicken as the flavours and fats are so much yummier than chicken. Thus dish is listed with chicken for ease but we substitute duck from the roast Peking duck we do often. (more…)
Used the baby eggplants that grew in a friends garden.
2 baby onions chopped finely.
1 Tblsp butter. (more…)
Soup greens cut into small pieces – leeks, onion, celery, potato, parsnips, turnips, carrots and quite a lot of Butternut cut into also small cubes (more…)
We baked the chicken thighs until tender and crispy skin. Take skin off and chopped up for crispy garnish. (more…)
Makes 4 to 6 servings
I had shrimp and crabmeat and wanted to make something yummy – I found a great recipe by Marcelle Bienvenu and it turned out so good!! I’m ready for my second bowl! (more…)