Would everybody please make welcome Eileen from ET Speaks From Home who is has kindly shared this delicious recipe - Enjoy #IBS14
A couple weeks ago, I signed up to join in with an International Blog Swap with Australian parent bloggers via tots100. I was fortunate to guest blog here on Nikki’s blog.
As a quick introduction, I was born and raised in Singapore and moved to UK almost 12 years ago. I have blogged since May 2012 about our family life and my children's modelling career. Now I have refocused to blog about Chinese culture and Asian food.
In Asia, rice and noodles is a staple food like potatoes in an English main meal. In our household, we love our rice and we have rice at least 4 days per week.
Today, I am delighted to share this meal with you. Chinese curry in the UK is very much different from Singapore. In Singapore, the curry is very hot and spicy while in UK, it is milder and sweeter. My husband and children were born in the UK and they are not used to my Singaporean food. Hence I don’t cook as much as spicy food for them.
Thank you Eileen, this recipe looks delicious. I think it would be perfect for school lunch as we are coming into the cooler months. You can check out more posts from Eileen (and her cute kids) over on her blog ET Speaks from Home
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