Blog Image

MI blog -

Blogging, is for me...

a way to share my thoughts regarding anything in life. I will probably be blogging about food recipes and about my profession...
Lets see what comes to my mind.

Dinner @ Johan

Food recipes Posted on Nov 07, 2010 15:41:15

Yesterday, after studied quite many hours at Chalmers, I went to Johan at 8 PM. There were a lot of friends there and Pierre and Calle were the chefs for the evening.

They made a super good beef tenderloin with pommes chateau and a beautiful composed red wine sauce, with a lot of sugar to compensate for the reduced wine sourness and quite much veal stock (Swedish: Kalvfond).

We had the dinner at Johans balcony with a lot of candles and red wine served to the delicious food.

After dinner we played a charade game which was very fun. A lot of crazy moves and wild guesses.
Great evening. Thanks

Sunday cooking – Chicken Thai with Red Curry

Food recipes Posted on Nov 29, 2009 21:21:09

On my stove right now, a Chicken Thai food with Red Curry is cooking.


Olive Oil
Fish Sauce
“Wook spice”

½ Egg Plant
½ Zuccini
½ medium size Fennel
½ Celery root
1 Carrot
½ Yellow Onion
5 Mushrooms

2 cans of Coconut Milk
2 spoons of Red Curry Paste
2 Chilis
1 Lime fruit
1kg Chicken Legs

How to do…:
Started with a wookpan, pouring some Olive Oil, Soy, Fish Sauce and some “Wook spice”…heating it up good.

While heating up quickly chop up the vegetables and throw them in, starting with the hard ones, so they get most time in the pan. The harder vegetable, the smaller pieces and vice versa, except onion because need to have it fine to spread the good flavor good.

When all vegetables are in, put a lid on it for a while and have them steamed in their own fluid, as many of them hold a lot of water.

Open the cans of Coconut Milk and pour it in and then Red Curry paste, Chilis, Lime and now you have a good stew to put in the last, the chicken.
This time I used Chicken legs and I kept the bones. Think the bones will give more flavor to this meal.

Serve with rice.

This is estimated be 4-5 meals.