I was experimenting with marination when I suddenly got a brilliant idea. Why not marinade some meat with a can of anchovies? Thus the 'Anchovies Lamb Ribs' was born. The anchovies actually give the roast lamb ribs a lot of depth in taste and also in aroma. I seriously feel that this is going to be one of my signature dishes. You see, I have been secretly rating my own recipes and I am really proud of this one. So, better try it and you shall not regret.
Finally, yes .... I am on vacation! so guess what! I have time to romance my blog. It is always a pure joy for me to click away on the keyboard and someone on the receiving end gets to cook something heart-warmingly wholesome for their family. Since my son has been enjoying his pumpkin puree or pumpkin ala rice cereal, there is still a lot of pumpkin left so we have also been eating pumpkin ala this and that.
It has been quite a long while since I last posted. Feels good to start clicking at the keyboard again. The past month has been pretty eventful not to mention the lack of sleep due to 2 under-the-weather children taking turns to have their 'go' at mom. Anyway that's over now and most importantly I have gulai to share.
Here is something very simple and nice to eat. This is my basic chocolate marble cake. I make a lot of variation from this basic recipe. Just like the other day, I turned it into an apple, dried cranberry and pistachio cake. Anyway, this one's for you guys over in Melbourne, Kareen and Joyce and all marble cake lovers out there! Dig in!
100 gm castor sugar
250 gm plain flour
1/2 tsp soda bicarbonate