This is such a lovely little recipe that I had for dinner tonight… it’s also vegetarian! :]
All you need to whip together something this yummy is;
1 Garlic clove
3 or 4 large white Mushrooms
And here my dear friends, is what you do!
Cook pasta until ready.
Boil asparagus until soft.
Grill mushrooms for approximately two minutes and add finely chopped garlic pieces, mixing in frypan. Add alfredo sauce and stir thoroughly.
Take sauce off stove and pour into bowl for later use.
Grate enough parmesan as desired.
Serve up cooked pasta and gently pour sauce over noodles, follow with asparagus, by placing it on top.
Gently sprinkle parmesan over the top and add cracked pepper for garnish.
This is a little recipe I discovered from my best friends mum… Blending a bit of greek culture with the lazy cooking skill of a young Australian, it makes for a quick and easy dinner. Seriously only takes about 15 minutes!
Mixed salad leaves
Red and green chili’s
Chop two chili’s, one red, one green, into fine pieces and set to the side for later garnish.
Mix salad leaves with feta in a bowl and place onto a serving plate or bowl.
Grill rump steak and chop into fine strips once freshly cooked.
Place strips into feta salad.
Lightly sprinkle chili pieces over meat and finish by squeezing a lemon over your delicious new creation.
So kiddies, give it a go yourselves! Because it’s rather yummy, even if I do say so myself. :]
It seems quite strange that my host mum decided to randomly cook something special for dinner, particularly as I posted my 75th blog post less than a minute before she announced dinner was ready. :]
We were delighted to discover she’d cooked fish, but not just any old fish, Salmon.
Served with Baby carrots, green peas, and a small rice tower, all drizzled in a light herb and cream sauce. It was DELICIOUS! <— not an understatement. ;]
Making it even more special, we had some lovely classical music to dine to, and the table was splendidly candlelit. :] Check it below!