This is a recipe that I learned from one of my housemate’s at uni. She cooked this for us one house Christmas and I’ve made it several times since. It’s a recipe she learned to cook from her Dad and I’ll be forever grateful that she shared it with us, it is one of my favourites. I only cook it on special occasions because it is so rich and naughty but so totally worth it. What’s more special than Christmas Eve?! Not very much, and that’s why I decided upon this meal for such an occasion. I was almost relieved when I remembered this recipe because I would have been very sad to miss the chance to make it again. This is up there in my top 5 favourite meals, it is so so delicious!
It is very simple to make, with just a few ingredients, nothing complicated or time consuming. Given NYE is a work day this year, it would be easy to whip this up for a lovely dinner before heading out (or staying in) to celebrate. This NYE, J and I are going out to dinner, just the two of us, to a local Thai restaurant we found recently and absolutely adore. After that we’ll head home for a film and to reflect on the year we’ve just had and to make plans for the year ahead. Expect a few more posts on this topic!