I bought half a kilo of tiger nuts a couple weeks ago, to make my own horchata. This is my first attempt, following the recipe from El Invitado de Invierno, one of my favourite blogs 😃 Continue reading “How to make horchata (Valencian style, with tiger nuts)”
I briefly visited Valencia this week, and I came back with this treasure. And you might be wondering what that is. And it is 500 grams of tiger nuts, or chufas in Spanish.
Or, another of Ottolenghi’s salads! (although I diverged from the recipe in his book). Continue reading “Radish and beans salad”
Note: I’m not from Thailand, so please excuse any horrible things I did to your (sort of) national dish 🙂
I had a horrible day/week, and was really upset by various things that had happened, so I decided the best way to leave that behind me was to focus on cooking something comforting.
Somehow I thought of green curry, but I had not cooked this in a very long time—would I still remember how to do it?
For extra challenge, I decided to try and make it vegan, which is not very hard as the only ingredient from animal source is the chicken. I replaced it with tofu instead. Done!