Sticking with todays theme of things to do with leftover Turkey, here is a curry with thai influences from ” Gizzi’s Seasons Eating’s” by Gizzi Erskine.
A classic Thai dish from Rosa’s Thai Cafe. Its very easy and could be made with either prawns or crab, or with mixed seafood as suggested here.
Another recipe from Claudia Roden’s ” The Cooking of the Middle East”. These are good served with couscous.
I recently visited the Teeside area of the UK and came across this dish on the menu in a number of pubs. Eventually I had to try it, and it was indeed quite tasty, if you forget about the carbs. This version is from Telegraph food. Serve with a green salad, and if you are feeling indulgent perhaps some mashed potatoes or fries.
Mussels with an Indian flavour from ” I Love India” by Anjum Anand.Use the freshest mussels you can find, and discard any that do not fully close when sharply tapped.
A quick version of this favourite vegetarian dish from Kerala, known in India as Handvo. Serve with some salad alongside, or just as a snack. This is from ” I Love India” by Anjum Anand.
A quick and easy dish from ” New Feast” by Greg and Lucy Malouf
A recipe from ” The Art of the Larder” by Claire Thompson.
A favourite dish from the BBC Good Food Team. Serve as part of a curry or just on its own with some rice.
A favourite dinner from ” The Food of Vietnam” by Luke Nguyen,
A thai chicken recipe from ” The Art of the Larder” by Claire Thompson. In addition to the listed ingredients you will need some or all of the garnishes suggested in the instructions.
Crunchy, spicy fishcakes from Georgina Hayden.
An easy stir fry from Rosa’s Thai Cafe.
A recipe from Rosa’s Thai Cafe.
I love these clams but if razor clams are not available or dont appeal they can be replaced with mussels. The recipe is from ” Hong Kong Diner” by Jeremy Pang.