I missed you guys! March was an absolute blur! There was so much going on in my life I completely missed last month’s IMK! I was preparing dumplings, sausage rolls, pulled pork, veal cutlets, potato salad and coleslaw, which were thoroughly enjoyed by all our friends & family, for our annual Australian Grand Prix party. April is the time for Easter (especially chocolate Easter eggs), footy (go Swannies!), my sister & husbands birthdays and daylight savings ending (sad face!) This means dinners will have to be organised earlier while it’s still daylight.
This has to be the best, spiciest and is definitely up there with one of the hottest chilli oils I’ve ever tried. I think to enjoy the whole experience of dumplings, you must have a fantastic chilli oil to go with them. Look no further, this chilli oil ticks all the boxes and has even the most non-chilli fanatics coming back for more. My husband & I can’t get enough of this oil. We’ll have it with our stir fries, meat or Asian style vegetables. My husband would have this on his corn flakes for breakfast if he could ;)
Crispy, golden bottoms, steamed to perfection. There’s nothing better than biting into these little pockets of deliciousness, after dipping them into some soy and chilli oil! My mouth is watering just thinking about them. Lucky I have plenty in the freezer to quench my hungries!
To help celebrate my birthday – two years old this month – I thought I’d share with you my favourite all time dish, DUMPLINGS! I seriously love them! I can’t get enough! If I could, I think I would eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, that’s how much I love them. I love them every possible way – steamed, boiled or fried to create potstickers. Over the next three posts, I’ll share with you:
♥ how to make wrappers from scratch
♥ my pork & prawn potstickers (fried dumplings)
♥ my chicken & coriander steamed dumplings
Where did February go? Half way through March already! I can’t believe that time has disappeared like that! It seems like I haven’t had time for any sharing or cooking in between my husband getting a new job, my sister being in hospital and preparing dumplings and sausage rolls for our Grand Prix Party. Apologies for not keeping my end of the bargain with my goals for 2015 but I suppose life just sometimes takes control.