Jamie Oliver’s Chicken in Milk


So as you all know, chicken plays a prominent role in our household. While I have finally learnt to love fish, it is less accessible in our neighborhood than chicken, so we find ourselves with the bird more often than not. Sunday Roast is something that I’ve never been able to get fully on board…

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Roasted Chicken Maryland w/ Fennel, Dukkah & Pearl Barley Risotto


So, if you haven’t noticed – WE. COOK. A. LOT. OF. CHICKEN!  Being limited in choice with old Priya floating around the house means I’ve gotta think up new and wonderful ways to make chicken exciting. This dish, leveraging off that delicious nutty, seedy, spicy blend – Dukkah, is both tasty and simple to make….

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Chilli & Ginger Glazed Chicken w/ Vegetables- featuring Roza’s Gourmet Sauces!


Earlier this week, we were lucky enough to receive some sauces from Roza’s Gourmet Sauces- a family-owned company based in Brisbane that makes all-natural, gluten-free delights. Anyone who knows me knows that I am a lover of all things saucy- dips, marinades…the list goes on. So I was delighted when Roza’s gave us their Chilli Ginger…

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Raj on Taj, Adelaide- Throwback Thursday pt. 4


Raj on Taj is a classic Indian establishment with two locations in Adelaide. Alex and I stopped by after I was struck by a craving for Indian food (these happen often), and were quickly seated by a friendly waitress who was more than happy to chat with us about our holidays. When it came time…

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Summertime Seared Chicken with Angel Hair Pasta

chicken and pasta

I started the other night with some chicken breasts. I had no idea where I was going from there when I opened up the fridge- my mind went Indian, Greek, Mexican, before finally settling on Italian. This incredibly easy recipe (you basically do all of the work when you make the marinade!) requires the following:…

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Braised Chicken w/ Apple & Calvados


Second Course Here you go guys, the second course. This recipe jumped out at me because it was aggressively flavoured with apples, from the granny smiths and apple cider to the Calvados brandy.  I was intrigued to see if the final dish would be overly sweet, however it worked extremely well with the seasoned chicken…

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Chicken Parmi w/ Parsnip Fries


Having not eating a chicken parmi (chicken parmigiana) since Australia and with a chicken breast ready and waiting in the fridge, I knew exactly what was on the menu tonight, can you guess? Pasta. No just kidding, a parmi.. Parmigiana originates in Italy from the word Parmesan, therefore it is traditionally breaded vegetables or meat…

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Bad-Boy Barbeque Sauce (beware, things might get messy!)


A few years ago I was watching Jamie At Home, saw this delicious barbeque sauce recipe and knew I had to give it a go.  OK, so it’s taken me two years to make it, but damn I’m glad I did! The perfect day came up to test it out, 4th of July, and why…

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​Dijon Chicken, Broccolini and Kale Orecchiete


The French have some of the most delicious food in the world, albeit some of the most unhealthy too.  Take any food, drown it in butter or cream and hey presto! you’ve got yourself French food.  So why wouldn’t a French inspired Italian pasta be delicious? It would, so here it is. All you will…

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Quick and Easy Chicken Gyros


Making gyros at home is crazy easy, especially when you cheat a bit and use store bought marinated chicken. We really enjoy Trader Joes’ sundried-tomato marinated chicken breasts- they are full of flavour and hold up great on the grill. The only component that actually requires work aside from the chicken is the tzatziki sauce….

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