Jonas Cramby sets the world on fire with his new book “Yakitori & Korean BBQ”. Yet this book is still on my wishlist (hint). Not only because of their close attention for balanced flavours in their meals. Besides that I truly admire the meditational approach […]
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Chicken comes in many styles! There’s the legendary beercan chicken, you’ve got the delicious thighs, drums, … Many sauces, rubs and spices. But then you got the smokey Thai Roadkill chicken! Sweet, sour and spicy! The perfect combo… When roasted to perfection you’ll be able to serve your guests a piece of chicken they won’t forget! Find out how and why you should try
Meatloaf it got to be one of your favorites too? It’s easy to make, delicious and lends itself perfectly for the BBQ. It’s gets really interesting when you’re making your own minced meat. After I made the Teriyaki Chicken Burgers I posted recently I thought it would be […]
You might think I’ve been a bit too much lately? I guess with a title post as “Trolls wings” you have all reason to think so. Yet I firmly deny this presumption. Actually I used the beer for cooking. Ok I admit… Not all of […]
Help! I’m running out of lame Pirate jokes and still have a superb recipe to share… Hope you won’t miss the lame jokes! Next time I’ll make some turtle for “Smoked Donatello soup” or something like that. But for now you’re here to read about the mighty Spiced Morgan Chicken Peg Legs. Even without the stupid jokes I promise you won’t get enough of them. (more…)
This Malaysian curry powder serves as the base for the delicious Malaysian chicken curry I’m about to post one of these days. The spice mix comes out of the dutch cookbook “Spice Wise” which I will review too in the next post. The concept of the book is cooking saltless. In my opinion this is a good thing giving you the possibility to add the amount of salt you desire. The Malaysian curry powder tastes delicious on chicken and vegetables. Stay tuned for more! You don’t want to miss the complete “Malaysian chicken curry” recipe I’ll post as soon as possible!!
- 8 parts turmeric
- 4 parts ground fennel seeds
- 3 parts ground coriander seeds
- 2 parts chili flakes (smoked if you prefer)
- 1 part cinnamon
- 1 part ground cayenne
- 1 part ground cumin
- Optional (not in the original recipe)
- 2 parts smoked paprika powder
- 3 parts salt (or the amount you desire)
Mix al ingredients and the curry powder is ready!
Spice your chicken with it, use it in the Malaysian curry or as a seasoning for your vegetables.