So to celebrate this rather slow achievement I've decided to run a giveaway so that one of you lovely people can win yourself a hamper of foods from around the world. It's a bit of a trick though because all the food came from my local Morrisons, sorry :D
The hamper includes:
Mexico - Enchilada kit
Lebanon - Falafel mix
Switzerland - Lindt chocolate
Italy - Pappardelle pasta
South Korea - Kancho choco biscuits
UK - Yorkshire tea
Japan - Udon noodles
China - Spicy Beef noodles
Pakistan - Malai dessert mix
and some Phileas Fogg Louisiana Sweet & Smoky BBQ Bubble Chips
The food comes in a turquoise basket too.
To enter just follow the instructions in the rafflecopter widget below:
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This giveaway is only open to the UK and only if you're over 16. The winner will be selected by the rafflecopter and contacted by me when the giveaway ends.
Good luck all :)
So, back to the usual business of posting up recipes. Kottu Roti is a Sri Lanken street food that's eaten in the same way we have kebabs after a night out. It can include meat or cheese but this version is the most commonly eaten and has only vegetables.
1 tsp chopped ginger
1 tsp chopped garlic
Salt and pepper
1 tbsp oil
Chop up about a teaspoon each of ginger and garlic.
Now prepare all the vegetables. Julienne the carrots.
Shred the cabbage.
Slice the onion and leek then place them in a bowl with the other chopped vegetables.
Saute the ginger and garlic in a pan with the oil.
Add the spices and stir well.
Now add the vegetables and stir into the spice mix. A wok would be better for this but we don't have one!
Keep stirring and cooking until the vegetables are softened. Remove them from the pan back into the bowl.
Chop up the roti. This was easily done with some scissors.
Beat the two eggs.
With a little more oil add the roti and eggs to the pan and stir until the egg is cooked and stuck to the roti.