Sunday, 27 November 2016

My Recipe Book.

Nandos Curry and Vegetable Chicken, Sweet Potatoes and More...

"Nandos Curry." 

- Uncle Ben's Pilau Rice.
- Chicken Breasts.
- Nando's Coat & Cook Medium.
- Sunflower Oil.
- Schwartz Chicken Seasoning.
This recipe is another quick and easy one.  It uses a few of the same ingredients to the "Vegetable Chicken" but instead of the Dolmio Sauce (and vegetables) we're going to use the Nando's sauce and some rice. For a single portion - just myself - I use a full packet of rice, two chicken breast fillets and one packet of the Nando's Coat & Cook Medium.

1. Griddle your chicken breasts with some sunflower oil until they're cooked, but not overdone. You don't want dry chicken!
2. Add the chicken to a Wok and mix in the Nando's Coat & Cook Medium Sauce.
3. Start cooking the Uncle Ben's Pilau Rice in the microwave.
4. Add the Schwartz Chicken Seasoning to the Wok and then mix in the rice.
5. Serve!
Only five simple steps and you have a delicious Nando's Curry.

"Vegetable Chicken." 

- Dolmio (Stir In) Tomato & Basil Sauce.
- Spinach.
- Chicken breasts.
- Schwartz Chicken Seasoning (optional)
- Butter.
- Sunflower Oil.
- Mediterranean Roasted Vegetables: red onions, red pepper, green pepper, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, baby corn.
Image from: VegKitchen.

1. Cut your chicken breasts in half and grill them with some sunflower oil until the chicken is cooked through. Make sure not to overcook the chicken.
2. Put the Dolmio (stir in) tomato & basil sauce into a Wok with some Schwartz chicken seasoning and spinach. Heat up the sauce as the chicken cooks.
3. Add some butter to the chicken and then cut it into pieces.
4. Add the cooked chicken breasts to the Dolmio Sauce to the Wok.
5. Griddle your Mediterranean Roasted Vegetables. 
6. Add the Mediterranean Roasted Vegetables to the wok.
7. Serve!

This is such a quick and simple super healthy meal. You can serve it with rice or pasta. For a single portion, I use the whole container of the Dolmio sauce, three handfuls of spinach, two chicken breasts, one teaspoon of butter, a dash of sunflower oil and a whole tub of Mediterranean vegetables from the co-op. I love this recipe so much and hope you enjoy it too!

"Sweet Potatoes!"

- A sack of sweet potatoes,

- Salt and pepper,

- Olive oil,
- Butter.

To make these all you have to do it peel the skin from the sweet potatoes and pop those skins on a baking tray with some Olive Oil, season with salt and pepper. Cook until golden brown.

Take your peeled potatoes and put them into a pan of boiled water. Boil them on the hob, until the potatoes are soft and squishy. Pour the water away once they're squishy and mash the soft potatoes, adding lots of butter with some salt and pepper.

Leave the skins on the sweet potato. Cut each potato in half and then cut into strips, make them as thick or as thin as you like. Sprinkle lightly with oil, then pop in the oven until they look crispy. Cover with salt and pepper and any additional seasoning.

I'm not actually a big fan of regular potatoes but if you are, you can totally just alter these recipes. Really hope you enjoyed reading these recipes and let me know if you try any of them out yourself, post pictures in the comments below! 
Much love,

Love Alexandria.


TITLE: "How D'Ya Like Your Eyes In The Morning."
ARTIST: Rich, Young and Pretty (Musical)
YEAR: 1951.
COMPOSER: Sammy Cahn and Nicholas Brodszky.
GENRE: Musical.

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