Udon and blitva in a wok? Now, that is what I call fusion cuisine!
At the end of a long day, I am normally drained with making decisions, so if I do not have something pre-planned or pre-ordered for dinner, I find myself wandering through a supermarket in search of inspiration.
I love this curry. I love everything about it. I will be making it again for sure!
I found a recipe while Pinteresting. I was captured by the photo, and only then looked at the ingredients. Well, you can have a look, and compare it to my version above. But I am sure mine was not lacking in flavour!
I adapted this dish from Nigella’s book Feast: because we could not find the lamb, we used beef; and I changed a few other details, small things. The flavours were fantastic, certainly one to repeat.
The amount of chili was just above my level; I had to make small breaks during eating because my mouth was on fire.
I made this dish twice already, and I can say that it really benefits from spending the night in the fridge, as many of the stews do.
What attracted me in this dish was the whimsical name, but the flavour is what will make me come back to it over and over again. I cooked this dish for the first time for a goodbye dinner party, a bit of a risk, but the risk paid off with interest: I am sure I will be cooking this protein-rich vegetarian dish over and over again.