My love of fakeaway recipes is born of living a long old way from my nearest takeaway, so these are my versions of international takeaway favourites! Here you will find everygthing from Indian, to Thai, to Vietnamese, Chinese and even the occasional burger. They will largely in the main be a little lighter than stuff from the local takeaway although that is often by accident rather than design 😉
Krumpli is littered with quick Friday Fakeaway dinners but this spicy Szechuan shrimp stir fry is probably the quickest of all… I have it down as 15 minutes prep and 5 minutes cooking but that is allowing for a sip of wine or beer as the prep work happens and a chat as you go, if your concentrating you can prep in 5-10 minutes which puts this recipe at 10-15 minutes from fridge/cupboard to table and it is all from scratch
It would seem that I am on a full fakeaway run here on Krumpli to kick off 2018, Lamb Rogan Josh, Keema Matar and now a sweet and sour roast pork tenderloin with egg fried rice. I honestly have no real idea why, I rarely have any clue what I am doing in terms of a wider plan,
You all knew that it would not be long before I got a curry on my site in 2018 and this Lamb Rogan Josh is bought to you by some good fortune after spending sometime out shopping (joy of joys) between Christmas and New Year.
A Bhuna pronounced boona is probably one of the most common dishes on a British Indian Curry House menu, any my fakeaway beef bhuna plays with the same ideas of a really thick and unctuous tomato based sauce coating big chunks of beef.
Meatballs are just one of those foods that are perfect comfort food and something we love around here and these Spicy, sticky teriyaki meatballs are the perfect shift away from the typical American Italian meatball combo, which lets face it is awesome…
I’m certainly not averse to spending hours in the kitchen listening to music and cooking but sometimes there just aint the time and for me that means a stir fry, you can knock up this black bean chicken recipe in 15 minutes, just enough time to cook up some Jasmine rice to serve it on and definitely quicker than waiting for the delivery dude to turn up.
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