I love Sweet and Sour anything, so it was one of the first things I adapted for the Low Fodmap diet! Today, after perfecting my recipe, I am very happy to share with you these Low Fodmap Sweet and Sour Pork Meatballs!
September 2020 Menu Plan
Eh?? Wait! What?! Is it September already?? It’s finally springtime in Australia! Today I will share with you my September Menu Plan, a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
August 2020 Menu Plan
Eh?? Wait! What?! August you say?? It’s getting cold here in Australia, but even after all these years, August to me will always mean summer! Today I will share with you my August Menu Plan, a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
Lemon Round-Up 2020
Welcome to my Lemon Round-Up 2020! If you like lemons, this is definitely the place to be! In this post, I will share with you a compilation of MsM’s best Lemon based recipes.
March 2020 Menu Plan
Wow, it’s almost March already! Spring will come soon in the Northern Hemisphere, while we will finally get some fresher weather. Today I will share with you my March Menu Plan, a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
October 2019 Menu Plan
Oh my! It’s practically October already! In the blink of an eye, the Holiday Season will sneak upon us! Today I will share with you my October Menu Plan. In this post, I will share a month worth of mouth-watering recipes.
Low Fodmap Dandan Chicken
Since starting the Low Fodmap diet, I often crave curries, stir-fries, and Asian food in general and this Low Fodmap Dandan Chicken has made it into my fortnightly rotation. It is so good that I could actually eat it every week!
Low Fodmap Wonton Soup
I am so happy to share this Low Fodmap Wonton Soup with you today! It is such a comforting dish. One of those dishes that make your soul sing.
Low Fodmap Pork Wontons
Today I will show you how to make some delicious Low Fodmap Pork Wontons. I have discovered wontons late in life (way too late) and after getting hooked to them, I was diagnosed with IBS.
October Menu Plan
Today’s post is a special one. In fact, I will not just share ONE recipe with all of you, but I will share a month worth of delicious recipes in this October Menu Plan.
How to Cook Long Grain Rice
I know that this post on How to Cook Long Grain Rice could seem silly to some, but I can assure you that there are many people out there who do not know what the best way to cook long grain rice is. I was one of them until I met my husband.
Chinese Sweet and Sour Pork Meatballs
Sweet and Sour anything is my go-to dish whenever I eat Chinese food. I have always liked sweet and sour sauces… even in Italian cooking. So, when I saw these meatballs, I couldn’t resist and I had to try them. And boy, was I glad I did! They were a super hit with my family…
Sweet and Sour Chicken Stir Fry
Sweet and Sour anything is my favourite Chinese dish. In fact, I really love my Sweet and Sour pork fritters and the other day I was severely craving them. The fact is that, after having my gallbladder removed, I am trying to avoid deep fried food (at least for the time being ;-)). That’s when…
Sticky Chinese 5 Spice Wings
You can never have enough chicken wings recipes! That’s one of my favourite mottos. They are great for entertaining and for footy night and I am yet to meet someone who doesn’t like them. Today’s recipe is delicious: sticky, sweet, spicy, tangy and hearty thanks to the Chinese 5 Spice Mix. These wings are baked…
Chicken Spring Rolls
The other day, I decided to make Chicken Spring Rolls at home. I love spring rolls, but I often find them quite greasy and oily. That’s because they are not fried correctly, so they become soggy and absorb too much oil.
Hot Tea Smoked Salmon
I must confess that I do not watch much TV. I used to watch many cooking shows before having kids, but nowadays… they “own” the remote. If the TV is on and the girls are home, they will chose what to watch. The weird thing is, I do not mind too much. There’s only one…
Momos in Ginger Broth
It is finally spring here in Australia, but we have had a relatively cold winter this year. As you know, I don’t mind cold weather and I know I will be missing it as soon as the temperatures start rising. It can get very hot down here. Before that happens, I will share one of…
Tomorrow we celebrate the Chinese New Year: 新年快乐! This is going to be the Year of the Horse… I have read that people born in the Year of the Horse are clever, kind and energetic… they sometimes talk too much, but are cheerful, talented and love to be in the centre of a crowd. 2014…
GINGER SESAME CHICKEN
I always have chicken tenders in my freezer… they are very versatile, quick to cook and they always please the whole family. I love the fact that they are always moist and not dry. I have never seen these in Italy, where you either buy breast or thighs (or the whole chicken). I stumbled upon…
Today I want to share with you the recipe for Momo, the Himalayan Dumplings. I had them for the first time at a Nepalese Restaurant a little while ago and I simply loved them. There are many variations of momos and they can be filled with yak, mutton, chicken, pork, vegetables… The filling varies mainly…
Tomorrow we celebrate the Chinese New Year: 新年快乐! As I live in a city with a huge Chinese community, I feel it right to celebrate this special day, even though I do not have any Chinese heritage. In fact, one of the places where I took my parents when they were visiting us from Italy,…
ADORA’S PORK WITH GARLIC, ONIONS AND CHILLI
I love this recipe! I have discovered this beauty on Adora’s Box a little over a year ago (thank you Adora!) and the whole family got hooked. Needless to say, I have made it many times already as it is the perfect midweek dinner: quick, but delicious! I have slightly modified Adora’s recipe as I…