So unless you have been under a rock, you will have heard about the London Halal Food Festival. Basically a celebration of Halal food and drink where Muslims could for once, eat EVERYTHING in sight. Well..aside from each other. The event took place on the 20th – 21st August. Over the weekend, thousands of halal food enthusiasts descended upon Tobacco Dock for the London Halal Food Festival. One half of Tiffin and Tea went along, whilst the other half minded the kids! With the UK Muslim population at an all time high of almost 3 million, a Halal Food Festival was always going to be a popular event.
You may have guessed by now that i love chicken and Healing one tray turmeric chicken is amongst my top ten favourite ways to eat chicken. Firstly because it’s a one tray job – everyone loves a one tray recipe. Secondly because it’s so delicious – there’s no compromise on flavour here and thirdly because turmeric is sooooo good for us – hello nutritional benefits!
Here I have a quick lemon and sweet chill chicken dish. It is sticky, tangy, caramelised and delicious. It is something you can just throw together if people are coming round. Like, it is very easy to make it and then just move on! Sounds good to me! Especially if you get the sides ready made. Just talking about this chicken makes me hungry. It is that good.
Kawsay or Khow suey – Chicken and spaghetti in coconut milk
We love Kawsay at my house. Kawsay or khow suey is a burmese dish made with meat and spaghetti in coconut milk. There are so many variations to the dish. Like a thai curry, you can make a red version or a green version, use noodles or spaghetti, chicken or lamb and the list goes on. This is not an authentic version.