I’ve been wanting to make banana bread in a while. A good excuse to do so when we had some over ripen bananas left due to everyone buying a lot of bananas at the same time.
I had a mad craving for Jamaican curry that B makes for me when I visit her in London. I haven’t been able to find any Jamaican curry powder here so I decided to experiment making curry powder instead of using store bought Indian ones. I bought myself a mortar and pestle and hunted down the spices I require to make the curry powder. Some could easily be found in supermarkets, others I had to hunt around for. Maximum efforts, worth it though!
After an hour to hour and a half of cooking, the chicken meat was luscious and fell off the bones. With all the hunting for ingredients for my curry powder and preparation, I was asked if it was worth all that effort and if I would do it again. Of course it is and I would definitely do it again.
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How did I make them?
Hooray! I’ve been treated to a home-made Malaysian dish – Nasi Lemak!
One of the Malaysian ladies made this and brought into work for our lunch. She explained that this is a popular dish in Malaysia and that Malaysians eat this for breakfast.
This Nasi Lemak consists of fragrant coconut rice, a piece of fried fish, a piece of fried chicken wing, sambal belacan, roasted peanuts, roasted anchovies, a hard boiled egg and pickled vegetables and cucumber slices.
It’s like a flavour explosion with all the different elements of the dish working so well together. Oh jeez, I could eat this all day!