Coconut Sambol served with main meal. Provides extra spice and flavour. Alternatively use as dip with rice crackers or on buttered bread.
Coconut Sambol is used to complement Sri Lankan dishes. Normally served to the side of the main meal, it provides a bit of extra heat and flavour. I literally eat this straight from the Thermomix bowl, and it’s not unusual at times to see me eat this for breakfast on toast! It also can be eaten with rice crackers as an alternative to dip or straight on buttered bread. Continue reading “Coconut Sambol”
Recipe, tips and alternatives to making Sri Lankan Pan Hoppers. Popular side dish to compliment any curry or as a breakfast meal on its own.
Sri Lankan Pan Hoppers (aka appam) would have to be my favourite Sri Lankan side dish. Served during the main meal, it’s a coconut flavoured type pancake in the shape of a bowl. Continue reading “Sri Lankan Pan Hoppers”
Template to create paper GoPro for Kids with instructions and tips. Hours of fun and entertainment, without damage to the hip pocket.
Both my toddlers love their dad’s GoPro camera. It doesn’t need to be switched on and recording; just pass it to one of them and watch the fighting begin. When it comes to the GoPro, there is no sharing, no taking turns, no peace and quiet. Our kids would sleep with it if we would allow. Continue reading “DIY Kids GoPro Activity”
Video: My Thermomix journey using the 1 second everyday app. Some of my fails and triumphs while cooking with the Thermomix daily.
When I finally found my stride using the Thermomix, I didn’t want to lose the momentum. I had always found documenting or photographing anything I did always helped to keep me motivated, so I began to track my progress with my Thermomix using a 1 Second Everyday application. Continue reading “1 Second Everyday, My Thermomix Journey”
Why I bought a Thermomix and how I turned failure and buyers regret into a full swing cooking method. My First Thermomix experience.
At the end of 2014, I purchased a Thermomix after having an in home demonstration. The concept of a Thermomix was not new to me, a few years earlier when researching different food processors on the market, I came across the term Thermomix. At the time I couldn’t conceive how anyone would spend such a huge amount on what I considered a soup maker, but the seed had been planted in my brain, “Is it really that amazing?” Continue reading “Thermomix, From Failure to Full Swing”