We first fell in love with Thai-style coconut rice pudding when we were at a restaurant in Edmonton, who served coconut rice pudding in chilled bowls with slices of mango. I love the more creamier style vs. a dry pudding.
I consider myself a decent cook, but I have never mastered cooking rice (with the exception of paella). Either burnt, gloppy, uncooked, and bizarre combinations of all three. But I recently took a gamble and tried microwaving my coconut rice.
This is an old school recipe, kicked up just a notch. Nothing too crazy, though. I still wanted to keep that “old school” reminiscent flavor, but add more than just seasoning salt. Birdseye is actually my mother-in-law’s name for this,
I love biryani. When it’s good, it’s stellar, and when it’s not, it still tastes more than edible. We have a restaurant near the border that we stumbled upon, that makes the most amazing biryani. It’s moist, seasoned, just the
I wanted to use up some ingredients in the fridge, freezer, and cupboard for lunch today. I came up with this nasi goreng inspired rice because I had some shrimp paste to use up, wanted something spicy, and had some
Hubby had another long day yesterday, playing with the bagpipe band at the Legion. Not just one set, but 4 times throughout the day! So I thought I would make a nice hearty, warm meal for him. But I also
We went for Mexican yesterday and I was inspired to make some Mexican pulled pork. I didn’t have time to marinade and I didn’t have any banana leaves laying around. But I think I ended up with a great tasting
So I was searching my cupboards for sprinkles for the rumballs and found my spanish paella rice. And combined with some leftover pinot grigio I had to use up and some crab stock waiting in the freezer for a purpose,