>Frozen Cherries for Dessert and Pak Choy wrapped Tuna and Quinoa Quiche Cups
>I had to, H-A-D to start with dessert. I mentioned in a previous post that I got a loadful of cheap lebanese cherries from Carrefour that I froze. It dawned on me that it was yucky and mushy when I thawed it the first time around so this time, we’ll have it frozen instead. I didn’t know if we were able to bite into a frozen cherry, but it must be better than eating them fully thawed. So I took the cherries out 1-2 hrs before we were due to eat it and I am telling you right now, it is like eating little red balls of cherry ice cream. THEY WERE DELICIOUS and yes, we could bite into them no problems at all.They were still about 90% – 100% frozen when I took these pictures. There were some that were softer to touch than the fully frozen ones and they were the best. Leave them to thaw a little bit and eat them, trust me, you will not regret it. I however regret eating too many as I caught a chill and had to stand under a hot shower, if you believe me, my fingers and lips were blue. My fault…
For Thursday night dinner, I decided to experiment with the 2day old pak choy that was in my fridge, wondering what to do with them. I decided to have fun and oh what fun I had. I wanted easy and fast so I made little quiches wrapped in pak choy and at the same time, cook quickly and easy to handle and eat individually.
We enjoyed it with a side of gaeng gari curry left overs and pak choy leaves that didn’t have a muffin cup to call home. Super lovely meal, all in one, vege, protein loaded. I had it with Lingham Chilli sauce of course, can’t do without my chili!!!!