- Panda Onigiri with ketchup cheeks and corn salad - fried quail egg on cucumber & carrot salad with mayonnaise dressing - paprika & cucumber maki - tamagoyaki with vegetables - chicken dumplings and octopus sausages - Kinder chocolate sweets
What you see here is slightly smoked and fried salmon on a bed of fresh field salad, accompanied by cherry tomatoes, steamed carrots and fried tofu. And what I also see, is that my pear looks suspiciously white in this picture.
I got the fried tofu recipe from the lovely Thanks again! ^^ 14.03.2012
As can be seen from my earlier, pre-diet food photos, I love cake, so I wanted to find a low-carb cake and I discovered this. Surprisingly, it uses no flour, but rather relies on eggs to make it fluffy, and it is actually quite fluffy! Unfortunately I could not use the prescribed bittersweet chocolate, due to its sugar content, so I used unsweetened, which gave it a slightly stronger taste than it should have, but otherwise it tasted good; I simply used more sugar than the recipe prescribed. The ganache was good too, my first ganache, which is simpler than it sounds, just chocolate and cream! The recipe is from Chef Aaron McCargo Jr. via foodnetwork.com. God bless!
This is a Cous Cous, Pre-Lentil, Wilted Roquette Leaf salad with Roasted Eggplant, Avocado, Aged Cottage Cheese with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, original recipe taught to me by British Chef Ainsley Harriott.
Ainsley Harriott is a scream to work with, I spent more time cracking jokes with him than actually cooking, though regardless of his comedic streak, he is a cracking good chef and it was a pleasure to cook along side him.
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