Print Recipe Organic Beef Stir Fried Noodles This delicious Organic Beef Stir Fried Noodle recipe is so tantalising good, it will definitely leave you wanting more. In this recipe I used two types of egg noodle because that’s all I had on hand at the time. The result? It turned out amazingly well! Sometimes the […]
Print Recipe Organic Corn on the Cob with Garlic Chilli Butter Come and learn how to turn something as simple as corn on the cob into a completely new flavour sensation. With the addition of this chilli butter made with a little garlic, chill and a hint of sesame oil, a basic side becomes something […]
Pork Tonkatsu is a Japanese dish. It is traditionally served with shredded cabbage, pickled vegetables, rice and miso soup as a set. I recently visited Japan for the first time in ten years and fell in love with Tonkatsu again. I never fully appreciated cabbage until I experienced it in Japan. It is a side for many dishes there and demonstrates that something as simple as shredded cabbage with a sauce can be a delicious accompaniment. It can be a welcome alternative to green salad.
The Tonkatsu set was also very popular with our children in our travels, mostly because of the deep fried crunchy meat, and the sticky rice. It is a good meal to practise using chopsticks for that reason. Whilst Tonkatsu usually uses pork fillets, it is also just as nice with chicken.