Dinners Adrift

Sharing thoughts about food and travel!

Meredith’s Thai Noodles November 1, 2011

Filed under: Food,thai — Island girl @ 5:47 pm

What to make? What to make? Let’s make something Thai for tonight…..

1/4lb dried rice noodles
3T vegetable oil
1T chopped garlic
1t ground ginger
1 can wild salmon dusted with curry powder or fresh fish, chicken or shrimp
3T fish sauce
2T soy sauce
2T sugar
1t sirracha sauce
1T peanut butter
1/2c coconut milk
1 egg, beaten, cooked and chopped
3 green onions
Any vegetables, for us its kale, cauli, snow peas and zuchinni
Basil chopped
Cilantro chopped
1/4c chopped peanuts
Lime wedges

Boil water & add rice noodles 5 minutes to soften. Remove from water.

In a wok or skillet heat oil on medium heat. Sauté garlic, veggies, onion. Add ginger and sauce ingredients. Then add salmon chunks. Heat through with coconut milk. Toss noodles with sauce. Serve with peanuts, lime and herbs.

Serves 2 with leftovers.

 

Halibut with Ginger & Scallions June 22, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — Island girl @ 12:05 pm

Get daily healthy recipe emails from this site! Today’s looks amazing, that’s what we are having.

Halibut with Ginger & Scallions

 

Mmmm…this is good June 6, 2011

It’s a Keeper! A great blog. And their links page will lead you on to the recipe holy land. Follow link to link and get loads of ideas. It is a great way to kill some time & figure out what’s for dinner !!

Salisbury Steak

 

Benedict Baskets May 5, 2011

Filed under: Food — Island girl @ 12:43 pm

Here is a delicious recipe for Cinco de Mayo or Mothers Day! Add chile and avocado for a Mexican twist.

Benedict Baskets

 

 

Sites we love for holiday ideas November 21, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — Island girl @ 6:07 pm

Great ideas………

tipjunkie.com

Food ideas………..

delish.com

Home ideas………..

beachandbarn.blogspot.com

Just darling………..

theinvitationlady.blogspot.com

 

Bulgaria – Baked apples with vanilla syrup September 29, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — Island girl @ 1:30 pm

Oh how I miss the fall. I buy spiced candles, watch football, have friends mail me leaves to try to capture the feeling while living in the tropics. I usually can buy cider and pumpkins and of course I can cook all of my fall favorites. I have chosen from Bulgaria an apple dish with walnuts because it is that time of year! This is what we are making today.

 

Baked apples with vanilla syrup
Ingredients:
8-10 eq. sized apples
1/3 cupful walnut kernels
3/2 cupful sugar
vanilla, cinnamon according to taste
50g butter

How to prepare:
Peel and carefully hollow the apples. Prepare a stuffing from the beaten butter, 3/4 cupful of sugar, crushed walnut kernels and cinnamon. Stuff the apples and place in a lined dish, pour over 1-2 spoonful of water and bake in a moderate oven. Serve cold, sweetened with syrup made from cupful of sugar, 1 cupful of water and vanilla. The same recipe may be used for quinces and pears.

Bulgaria

 

Brunei

Filed under: Uncategorized — Island girl @ 1:14 pm

I love reading other blogs and this one I found for Brunei has been a shining star. The author has two cookbooks, one My Favourite Recipes book by foodie bloggers benefits the Brunei Special Olympics and the second Pink Desserts is to benefit the Brunei Breastcancer Support Group. We don’t see any recipes on the blog, but I really want to track down this book to make some Pink Desserts!!

http://chittychat.wordpress.com/category/recipes/

Trip Hole has some fantastic pictures of Brunei’s 13 most popular dishes.

http://triphole.com/13-popular-food-and-dishes-in-brunei-cuisine/

Brunei