[Review - Product] Speedy Malaysian Chicken Curry (ft. A1 Meat Instant Curry Sauce)

Speedy Chicken Curry (ft. A1 Instant Curry Sauce - Meat) | www.fussfreecooking.com I am thrilled that Malaysian cuisine is gaining momentum in the Australian food scene in the past years. Whenever I’m in Sydney nowadays, I have found myself trying different Malaysian restaurants.  This has somewhat helped with my homesickness towards my birthplace.

If you enjoy food, learning how to make the food you love is a beneficial skill. It was what motivated me to learn how to cook  after moving away from my family for the first time. I have shared a couple of my favourite Malaysian dishes in the past (here, here and here) and they required some level of make-from-scratch effort.

If you are a fan of Malaysian coconut chicken curry, I think you might like this.

[Recipe] Wild Rice, Baby Beetroot & Beef Kofta Salad (ft. Love Beets Baby Beetroot)

Wild rice, baby beetroot & beef kofta salad (ft.  Lovebeets Baby Beetroot) | www.fussfreecooking.com

This salad is a burst of purple ingredients!

You got wild rice, purple cabbage, French shallots and last but not least, baby beetroots by Love Beets.  How adorable is the name of these little nutrients packed vegetables huh?

I was leaning towards making miniature Aussie style burgers with these baby beetroots and out of the blue, a salad inspiration struck when I saw a packet of wild rice which I bought last week still remained untouched. 

[Recipe] 4 Ingredients Tofu Miso Ramen

Simple tofu & miso ramen | www.fussfreecooking.com

Personally, I think meal preparation involves a certain level of compromise between couples as well as among family members. Usually, I tried to cook dishes that my beloved and I would enjoy together. Having said that, there are a couple of dishes that I will only make for myself such as my cheat Prawn Noodle Soup which is a concoction of  one tablespoon of Singlong Sambal Chilli, a packet of Indomie Mi Goreng and 1 cup of water.

[Recipe] Tuna, Pea & Potato Patties – Served San Choy Bao Style

Tuna, Pea & Potato Patties - Served San Choy Bao Style | www.fussfreecooking.com

I feel like I’m in a cooking rut. This may not be the smartest thing to confess out loud as a food blogger but it happens.  Rice, noodles or pasta – I am not feeling much of it this week.