What to do with leftover turkey after all that Thanksgiving or Christmas feasting? This leftover curry turkey recipe is easy and quick to cook and goes well with rice, vermicelli or roti. The curry paste is made from scratch but you can use any store bought curry pastes and it works out well too.
This lamb rack recipe is the perfect classic dish for entertaining family and friends. Air fried lamb rack that is juicy and tender. Mix a simple marinade with just olive oil, salt, black pepper and herbs and rub it over the lamb rack before air frying. You get the dinner done in less than 20 minutes.
Turkey is the centrepiece of the dining table during Christmas and Thanksgiving. This has to be the simplest Turkey recipe I’ve made so far. Plan ahead to roast a gorgeous, perfectly juicy turkey. It’s going to be a crowd pleaser!
This creamy butter chicken got to be my favourite comfort food of all times. Don’t be fooled by the spices used, it’s really easy and quick! Serve it with rice or naan and you will definitely want to make it again and again.
Yong Tau Foo is one of the popular Hakka Chinese cuisine made by stuffing minced and seasoned meat or fish in tofu (bean curd) and vegetables such as eggplants, okra (ladies’ fingers), mushrooms, bitter gourd, chilli, capsicums. Here I’m using my Ninja Air Fryer for a quick and easy version.
This air fryer lamb chops and butter potatoes is easy and super quick to cook, so dinner can be ready in 20 minutes. Whether it’s lamb chops, rack of lamb, lamb shanks, I find using the air fryer so much faster and easier to cook, plus it’s so easy to clean up. No more oily mess!
Have you ever baked lamb chops in the oven? This is a quick and easy way which also retains its juicy flavour and tenderness, plus your home will not end up smelling like you grilled the whole lamb. Simple efforts but great satisfying taste!