Ginger, garlic and soy chicken with turmeric rice


 

MissFoodFairy's ginger, garlic & soy chicken #3

As you may or may not know, I’m suffering a bit with hayfever, as it’s Spring here in Australia. I’ve done some research about ginger, garlic & turmeric being very helpful with hayfever relief. As well as these three ingredients, there are other amazing herbs, spices and ingredients which are used to treat many ailments. So, over the next few weeks I will be experimenting with ginger, turmeric and garlic to create some amazing dishes (hopefully). I hope you enjoy my creations as much as I love writing about them.

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In my Kitchen October 2014


MissFoodFairy's desserts

October already! My nephew is turning seven next week, already! He has a big decision to make about what birthday cake he wants. It started off with a train cake (again! You had that last year!) then he changed his mind to a hidden surprise sponge cake (have you seen them – OMG!! My sister says it’s not that hard!) and now he’s had my delicious Sacher Torte, which I made at school, and that’s the WINNER ladies and gentlemen!! I wish I got Sacher Torte birthday cake for my seventh birthday!!

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One-pot creamy chicken pesto pasta


MissFoodFairy's One-pot pesto chicken pasta #8

Spring has definitely sprung in Melbourne – warmer temperatures of 22°C plus (we’ve been used to temperatures below 18°C for the past three or four months), northerly winds are blowing pollen all around, my eyes are itchy and hot, my nose won’t stop running, I’m sneezing continuously, I can’t stand being outside and all I want to do is nap all day as I’m totally drained . . . ahhhh, the joys of spring!

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A Masterclass with Rick Stein . . . Part 2


MissFoodFairy with Rick Stein #1

Following on from An Evening with Rick Stein, the next day was about to get even more amazing! I (we) get to watch Rick Stein cook for us in his kitchen! Are you for real! He’s not on TV but standing right in front of me cooking 3 delicious seafood dishes, which we then get to taste. I just can’t believe that this is actually happening, that this day has finally arrived, that I will be watching a food icon share his recipes and tricks with us!

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Easy mushroom pilaf


MissFoodFairy's mushroom pilaf rice #4

Pilaf, pilau, palau or plov, however you call it, it’s basically a rice dish that’s cooked in a seasoned stock, either in the oven or on the stove top. Where did pilaf originate from? There are so many variations from all over the world, that quite possibly they all influenced each other in some sort of way – Greek, Indian, Middle Eastern or Spanish, they all have their own variations and different ingredients used.

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