The first thing I learned how to make in the kitchen is a Thai omelette or kai jeow in Thai. If you're looking for comfort food that has minimal prep and takes less than 15 minutes to make, this is the dish! I grew up eating this at home and it's very nostalgic when I … Continue reading Easy Thai Omelette with Braised Cauliflower
With tomato paste! Unfortunately, this clever joke didn't exactly come true for us. We've been aimlessly trying to make the perfect pizza without a pizza oven, and for some reason it never turns out right. Our first attempt with making a pizza involved using a toaster oven. Yes, call us crazy. Call us insane. But … Continue reading How Do You Fix a Broken Pizza?
Literally. We've been attempting new recipes inspired by our desire to cut back on carbohydrates and fill up with a lot of protein for dinner. One meal that we enjoyed making was chicken lettuce leaf wraps with Thai-inspired sauce. Ingredients: 1 Boston lettuce 1/2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 lb chicken breast seasoned with … Continue reading And It’s A Wrap!
This is an amazing dish that can be made within 25 minutes or less because you can find cans of curry paste that contains all of the ingredients that makes green curry have all of its spicy and delicious flavors. In the past, I have made my own fresh curry pastes but the ingredients are … Continue reading In a Hurry? Try Chicken Green Curry
Our go-to meal to make is basil chicken because it's simple, easy, and, paired with the right vegetables, delicious! It's a very short recipe and takes only about 25 minutes to make, which our busy schedules greatly appreciates. Ingredients: 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1 large shallot, minced 1 large red bell pepper, seeded, thinly … Continue reading Low-Carb Basil Chicken