Today it was going to be chicken. Thighs, to be exact, and what better to do on a tired day after a great party in Denmark, then to make Satay. I found a recipe with the ingredients I had at hand, and played a bit with some others. It came out fantastic, and how to do that, you can read below. Continue reading Satay a la Aunt Miho, korean style
Yesterday I had the craving of doing something from charcoal again, and I must say, the weather was fine. No rain, temperature around 7 degrees celcius and little to no wind. My son was in the mood for helping me as well, so I thought, what the heck, let’s fire it up.
First lets have a look what’s in the fridge. I had some carrots, celery, garlic, leek,mushrooms, onions and chicken filets. Sounds like a plan to get a nice stew started.