Thursday, September 4, 2014

FFwD ~ Curried chicken, peppers and peas en papillote (and salmon too!)

Quick and delish curry meal without hassle!
(made this morning)
 
marinate the chicken breast meat with
curry powder, salt, pepper, lemon juice and olive oil
stirred in sliced onions, minced garlic and chopped red (or yellow) peppers
topped with frozen (or fresh) peas
spread onto parchment paper and fold into parcel
'baked' the parcel in my HappyCallPan for 20 mins
 
 the chicken meat was tender and juicy!
served with purple carrot pasta by
 
 (ps: I am so tempted to add some coconut cream to the mix!)
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For DH's lunch,
(made on monday)
curried salmon, peppers and peas en papillote
accompanied by roti and tzatziki
I enjoyed my Malaysian Tea Time fare
yesterday at Chawan
ROTI BOMB with Chicken Curry was good!
I brought home three pieces of roti bomb just
for DH as he has not had roti canai aka roti bomb
(bomb being mini version of roti canai) in ages
and thought it would be perfect to go with DH's salmon version
of this week's 
curried chicken, peppers and peas en papillote!
 Recipe for ROTI BOMB
 English ~ : PRATA BOMB
English ~ recipe: Roti Canai

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my make-up dish for the week
(and a face palm moment ~ this is now a make-ahead-dish)
lamb shanks ala osso buco style
 
 
 super duper easy and on the stove top too, not baked
delicious!
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Do check out the rest of group's results for this week's recipe at:
(click picture below)
 
curried chicken, peppers and peas en papillote - pg 221
tzatziki - pg 24
Osso Buco à L’Arman (page 270):
Osso Buco à L’Arman (page 270):
Osso Buco à L’Arman (page 270):
Osso Buco à L’Arman (page 270):
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18 comments:

  1. Two winners! Glad you enjoyed these both :)

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  2. Ooh, I think coconut milk would be nice in this dish. That osso buco looks good! I must have missed that one.

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  3. Everything looks delicious. Osso Buco is one of our favorites.

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  4. Love all the different ways you served this simple and tasty dish.

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  5. I bet coconut milk would be lovely in this dish! Another wonderful post…love Osso Buco!

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  6. I like the coconut milk idea too. Gorgeous lamb shank.

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  7. Your lamb looks delicious! I look forward to that one! Your curry is a hit too.

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  8. Coconut milk would be a perfect addition with the flavors. You had a highly papillote week! And you're ahead of the game. We didn't make osso buco yet.

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  9. Emily, as always, wonderful and delicious looking presentation of all your food - that lamb does indeed look very tempting!

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  10. Great dishes! I'm looking forward to the osso buco - I think lamb was a great sub for veal.

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  11. The coconut milk would have been nice.
    Great preview on the osso bucco!

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  12. Coconut milk does sound good in this. Love curry. Love easy.

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  13. I love the purple pasta. Can't wait to make the osso buco, I keep voting for it.

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  14. I keep laughing at your hysterical description of a "face palm" moment. Fabulous- I have to remember that phrase as I experience many of them myself. All I can say is I wish I was at your house this week !!! WOW indeed. Each plate looked amazing and I am not too familiar with all the roti dishes you reference but they look divine. And now I have the osso bucco to look forward to as well. Great job !!

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  15. Looks delicious. Love the idea to swap out salmon. I'll have to remember that one for next time.

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  16. Have we made Osso Bucco yet? How did I miss that? I am one of the Administrators of this Site. Yours looks so good. I just love visiting your Blog because you use so many expressions and ingredients that I have never read or heard about. Now, that purple pasta. I don't know. Like Tricia, I need to explore the meaning of some of your food terms. Love your Post and your ambition.

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  17. I'm so glad to know this works with salmon. What a great idea. It sounds delicious, as does a version with some coconut cream.

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