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Rice with chili beans, king prawns and salami

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Hi,

I have never though that a combination of seafood and meat products can taste good. Once, I was invited for a dinner and I ate prawns together with chicken… That time I understood that it’s actually matching combination. With the flow of energy to experiment I made this simple and tasty dish. It costs you “no time” and that’s why I think it’s so wonderful, everyday meal.

rice with chili beans and prawns rice with chili beans prawns and salami

Ingredients (for 1 person):

– 1 glass of cooked rice

– 200g canned chili beans

– 12 king prawns

– 1/4 salami package (ca. 85g)

– Salt, pepper, chili powder

–  100ml water

– 1/2 tsp. sugar

Know-how:

  1. Add to cooked rice, chili beans (not drained), king prawns and fry.
  2. Add salami and fry.
  3. Season with salt, pepper and chili, add water and cook under the lid.
  4. Add sugar and cook for about 2 minutes.

Voila:)

It’s super simple and tasty.

Greetings,

Anna *OnMyDis.wordpress.com*

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Autumn leaf colour- colourful salad with ginger-chili dressing

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Hi,

It’s autumn. What I like the most about this time of the year is the colour of leaves. It’s so beautiful, changing, rich and powerful!

Inspired by nature, I present the following: colourful salad with ginger-chili dressing.

Ingredients (for 2 people):

–          1 small salad

–          ½ onion

–          Juice of 1 lemon

–          1tsp. sesame oil

–          1tbsp. soya sauce

–          2 carrots

–          1x1cm ginger

–          1 fresh red chili with ½ seeds

–          1tbsp. olive oil extra virgin

–          1tsp. honey

Know-how:

  1. Blend olive oil, sesame oil and soya sauce in a food processor.
  2. Add onion, ginger, chili and lemon juice. Cut and blend it with use of a food processor.
  3. Peel off the carrots and slice them. Cook in small amount of water unit tender-crisp to maximise flavour. Add honey and cook shortly.
  4. Decorate a platter with pre-washed salad. Top with carrots and sprinkle ginger-chili dressing over the top.

What do you think about my idea?

Enjoy your meal,

*OnMyDish.wordpress.com*

 

 

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Macaroni with piccante salami and endive

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Hi,

Viva España!!!

Somehow this dish reminds me of Spain which perfectly matches the place where I am now.

Some time ago on my dish was: macaroni with piccante salami and endive

It is delicious for a warm evening in salad but also for a colder day in warm meal. Hmm, for the ones who have never eaten endive; it is slightly bitter vegetable. There are different ways of its preparation: baking, steaming, cooking, served raw. This time I decided to cook it and get a bit of Spanish accent.

Ingredients (for 2 people):

– Ca. 250g macaroni

– 125g salami, peeled off

– 1 onion

– Glass of milk

– Juice of ½ lemon

– 1tbsp. flour

– ½ endive

– ½ jar of dried tomatoes in olive oil

– ½ tsp. chili

Know-how:

  1. Cook macaroni.
  2. Cut salami and fry for several minutes to melt the fat.
  3. Add chopped onion and tomatoes, fry for couple minutes.
  4. Slice endive. To neutralise the specific bitter taste, scald in boiling water for couple minutes. Drain and flood with fresh, cold water. Add to a frying-pan.
  5. Mix milk, flour and lemon in separate container, add to frying-pan for thickening the sauce.
  6. Add chili and cook for couple of minutes.
  7. Drain macaroni, serve.

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Hot summer and my birthday

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Hi there,

It was my birthday today and also very TROPICAL day. You probably remember me talking about cold summer this year. Well, this week was very generous for us… It was nice and hot.

This post has nothing to do with any recipe but just express my joy. There is nothing better than having such a beautiful weather during your birthday:)

Here is my honest smile:

Chili pepper reminds of today’s hot temperature and lemon adds the summer taste and refreshing feeling.

Cheers,

Anna