Recipe: Chow chow casserole

This is my comfort food of comfort foods! I could eat this every day of the week (and gain 100 pounds a week). It’s made in under an hour and just about makes itself.


  • 3 medium size onions
  • 1,5-2 lbs casserole meat, chopped into bitesize chunks
  • 4-5dl beef stock
  • 4-6dl heavy cream

Chop the onions into larger size chunks and the meat into bitesize chunks. This can be done in the morning, and it’s ready for dinner time,

Mix a little all purpose flour with lots of madras curry and a little salt & pepper. Cover the meat with the mix and make sure you have it well covered. (The flour will thicken the “sauce”).

Add a generous amount of butter into a large casserole and sweat the onions a few minutes. Add the meat and cook it until seared.

Add the beef stock and about half the cream, bring to almost boil and add more cream if needed. Turn down heat to medium low, and cover with lid. Set a timer for 30-40 minutes and cook rice as you normally would (I use a rice cooker).

Serve casserole with rice and enjoy a very savory dish!

Recipe: Oven grilled salmon teriyaki

Quick and easy recipe for tonight; oven grilled salmon teriyaki with salad and dressing. You’ll get the best result using fresh salmon, but I used frozen here, to see how it differs.


  • 4 portions salmon filet, deboned
  • 1 large spring onion
  • Teriyaki sauce
  • Mixed salad
  • 1 large tomato
  • Dressing of your choosing
  • Salt & Pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 200°C, hot air.
Salt and pepper the filets to taste and add finely chopped spring onions on top. Either using homemade, or store bought, teriyaki sauce; sparingly drizzle filets with sauce.

When oven is ready insert the salmon and put the timer on ~15 minutes (time varies, but somewhere around there).

While salmon is cooking, plate the salad and slice the tomato. Add as much dressing as you like, I use very low fat versions of Thousand Island or any vinaigrette.

Once cooked, plate the salmon and add a tad more teriyaki sauce, to taste.

This will take you less than 30 minutes and is soo tasty ?