Happy weekend + {salad recipe}

Friday, January 11, 2013













It is Friday, means I will have a happy weekend ahead. My husband is still in US for his business trip, but he got me a happy news yesterday that he managed to get me a Kate Spade's tote bag that I wanted..yay!  Meanwhile, I will just hang out with my daughter at home, we are going to make a coconut cupcakes, then we probably also go to the playground or swimming on Sunday afternoon. It is a good enough to keep our self busy during weekend, otherwise we are going to miss our man as he is away till next Wednesday.

During my Christmas break, I tried few recipes from my all time favorite chef's book - Jamie Oliver. I really love his style of cooking that so homey and easy to follow. I know there is no such word - mothership, however this is exactly what he mentioned in his book, 'The mothership tomatoes salad'. And it is delish!

I used assorted tomatoes- plum, cherry, cocktail, local tomatoes, whatever I saw in the grocery rack I bought them. The original recipe said to use a red wine vinegar which I substitute with balsamic vinegar. The rest of the technique and ingredient I followed the book. 


Here is the result... not as pretty as the book picture haha... but it is really yummy and simple to prepare. Happy weekend.


Recipe - The Mothership tomato salad 
(adapted from Jamie at home book - Jamie Oliver)

Ingredient:
Assorted tomatoes
Fresh or dried oregano and sage or marjoram if you wish to add
2 clove of grated garlic
2-3 table spoon of Balsamic Vinegar
1-2 table spoon of extra virgin olive oil
Coarse salt and ground black paper
1 Chopped red chilli
Mozzarella balls (optional)
  1. Wash, drain and cut tomatoes, then store into strainer, no particular rule on how to cut the tomatoes. Season with salt and put aside until the water has reduce.
  2. Mix the Balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, grated garlic, a pinch of salt and black paper in the large bowl.
  3. Toast the tomatoes that already drained inside the dressing bowl, add the chopped chilly and fresh herbs.
  4. Serve with Mozzarella balls and warm Ciabatta or Baguette bread.
{images are by me for F4Fabulous blog}

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