- 2 zucchini's (dutch transl. courgette) - I used my spirooli to slice them in noodle shapes in just seconds of time!
- a handfull tasty tomatoes (sliced in half)
- 1 BIG mango (sliced in small cubes, if you can't find mango in your supermarket you can also buy a small box of frozen mango cubes in the freezer department of your supermarket)
- a handfull chopped coriander leaves
- 25 steamed shrimps (you can just easily boil them too, or even for the lazy ones buy the pre-cooked one)
- 1,5 shot of Soy sauce (kikoman)
- 1,5 shot of fish sauce
- 0,5 spoon of sesame oil
- juice of 2 limes
- I always like to top my salads of with a mix of black and white sesameseeds.. just because it makes it all even prettier! ;)
What to do?
- well mix everything together in a big bowl.. and really.. that's it!
- 6 limeleaves
- 2 lemongrass
- 2 spoons of curry
- 2 spoons of massala
- 1 spoon of chilli powder (depends on how spicy you like it)
- 1 onion (I used a purple onion)
- 5 cloves of garlic
- a big chunk of ginger ( something like 7 x 2 cm)
- a shot a vegetable oil
Mix all these ingredients using your kitchen machine and there you have it.. your very own curry paste!
- 1 piece of Tofu (chopped in cubes 2 x 1,5 cm)
- mushrooms ( use any kind you love)
- 1 red paprika
- 1 shot of kikoman
- 1 shot of fishsauce
- some sesame seeds to top it of
What to do?
start slicing the tofu first, and fry them using a bit of coconut oil in your wok. Meanwhile you can start making your curry paste as the tofu takes something like 10 minutes to turn into goldenbrown. Set the tofu aside when they're nice goldenbrown. Use the same wok and again use a bit of coconutoil and now add the currypaste and stir it a bit (using medium fire), after 2 minutes you can add the mushrooms, keep on stirring. let it simmer a bit and then the moment you think the wok is getting a bit dried out add the shots of soy and fishsauce to it. keep on stirring and then add the coconut milk.. at last add the chopped paprika bits in..wait 2 more minutes on max heat. (I like it when my veggies are still a bit crunchy so that's why I add the paprika at last)