I often swoon at the thought of noddles, I really have an extreme enjoyment for them but paired with Turkey (not a meat I particularly like), well I just wasn’t sold. However I trooped on and followed the recipe.
My oh my was I proven wrong! The turkey stayed tender and soaked up the sweet and tangy honey, lemon glaze and the noodles packed a savoury, salty punch. Thoroughly delightful!!!
- Fry enough turkey strips for two for 3 minutes
- Add a bunch of chopped Spring onions and 200g of mange tout to the turkey and fry for a further 3 minutes
- Add the juice of 1/2 a lemon, 2 tbsp honey, salt, pepper and 1 tbsp sesame seeds and fry for an additional 5 minutes.
- Meanwhile boil 150g noodles in water and 2tbsp hoisin sauce until soft
Fast, tasty, healthy. Bing, bang, bosh.
I love weekends which give you the time to experiment in the kitchen and that’s exactly how I used my time this weekend.
Yesterday I decided to try making Gyoza for the first time. I wasn’t alone, alas Mr Oliver helped me through the media of his comfort foods book.
I found it a really straight forward recipe to follow but you defiantly need a good hour or two for the prep.
I enjoyed making the Gyoza dough but found it a real workout session trying to get it nice and thin.
But it was all totally worth it!
The Gyoza were perfectly formed and perfect in taste. They were nice and light (which meant I ate about 15!) and they were fantastic in the dipping sauces (although they were equally tasty without!). The ginger and spice really fired through, a taste sensation!
Although I love to be in the kitchen, sometimes time doesn’t always pan out and today was one of those days.
So, to boots I went and a meal deal I got!
I love this little sushi salad, it’s a regular go to and although it looks small it’s decieving and filling!
The juice….it takes some getting used to.
The boots meal deals are really very good value and tasty.