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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

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Meenakshi

Hi Brett!

Thanks fo rstopping over by my blog. Yes, curry leaves are very common in malaysian curries and I love them too!

I usually use fiah on the bone, but fillets would work just as well. Try it out sometime!

On that note, I would like to invite you to participate in "I Like 'em Spicy!", a fortnightly food event, where all participants have to come up with a spicy recipe using the Star Ingredient (which is different every fortnight)!

The rules are simple:

1. The recipe has to use the Star Ingredient as the base of the dish
2. It has to be SPICY!!
3. Dishes can be of any form you can imagine, appetizers, mains, desserts, drinks...whatever you can come up with!

On the 1st and 15th of every month, I will the post the Star Ingredient and you are expected to email your entries to hookedonheat@gmail.com by the next two weeks.

At the end of the two weeks, I will post all the recipes on a special blog built especially for "I Like 'em Spicy!" so you can all view the fabulous entries!

For further details do drop in "Hooked on Heat", at www.hookedonheat.blogspot.com and join in on the fun!

- Meena
(www.hookedonheat.blogspot.com)

Brett

Sounds like fun, Meenakshi!

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