I’ve made an effort to experiment a bit more in the kitchen of late. Such experimenting has resulted in:
(ingredients in bold)
Squid with a salt, pepper and lime batter
- Cut the squid into little triangles.
- Prepare a mixture of a little bit of flour, sea salt and ground pepper.
- Coat the squid pieces in the flour mixture
- Heat up a small bit of oil in a frying pan.
- Fry the squid pieces
- Just before they’ve finished (batter turns a very light golden colour) squeeze in some lime juice.
Barbeque soy honey prawn stir fry
- Shell a few cooked prawns. If bought without shells you’ve saved yourself a bit of work but you’ve also lost out on flavour…
- Leave them in a small bowl of barbeque sauce. My personal faves are the Jack Daniel’s sauces.
- Cut up an assortment of stir fry veg (I recommend carrots, bean sprouts, onions and/or broccoli) as well as a few cloves of garlic.
- Start cooking up the noodles, the next few steps will only take a few minutes so no need to start into it til the noodles have 5 minutes left
- Add a bit of oil to a frying pan, heating it on a medium flame.
- Add in your onions first and whilst they’re softening down a bit throw in soy sauce and honey to your taste.
- Add in the rest of the veg gradually working from the hardest veg to the softest. If needs be, add in a bit more of the soy sauce/honey.
- Throw in the prawns in bbq sauce into the mixture and stir up.
- Strain the noodles and lash them into the pan mixing it all up before serving.