Green curry with lots of vegetables and coconut milk. Today Frollein cooks Moonstruck.

B omb Surprise (so to speak)! Today there is a surprise guest:

Because you sometimes have to think outside the box, today Ramona from Frl. Moonstruck cooks in my mini-kitchen. She is not only reflected in a gracious photo pose in the silver spoon - of course she has also brought a tantalizing recipe:

A warm hello in the round! And first of all a big thank you to Mel, for being allowed to be here today!

'At home' I am actually on my blog: Miss Moonstruck cooks. There have been vegetarian and vegan recipes for a little over a year now and again, which are very exciting for my kitchen adventures. Blogging is now part of it and I do not want to miss it anymore. But the blog was born out of the passion for cooking. I like to describe myself as a "passionate hobby cook", which should be quite good. I do not cook at the star level, but there is still a lot of passion in it.

I wish I could say something like" Cooking was in my cradle. "or" It's always been part of it. "Well, no, it's not. I never had a problem with it, but I did not care much about it either. Until I changed my diet about two years ago to lose some weight and had to deal with it inevitably. That's when I first realized how much fun it is for me to be in the kitchen and how well I can relax. And now: the pounds are gone, the cooking has remained.

But alright, of course I can write a lot about it - that's why I brought you a small sample. At the beginning of November, I spent a wonderful holiday in Singapore, from which, of course, I brought some home with me. So also a green curry paste, which was of course immediately used at home. Whether the whole thing is actually authentic, I can not say - on holiday there was no curry. But it was certainly delicious!

So and now I say: Let's taste it and maybe we'll see each other on Frl. Moonstruck cooks!

Best regards,


Here comes the recipe for 2 people:

100g (brown) mushrooms, sliced ​​
150g broccoli florets
100g Mangetout
3 large spring onions, sliced ​​
1 large garlic clove, finely chopped
2-3 cm ginger, grated
1/3 red chili pepper (dried), in thin strips
4TL green curry paste
1 can of coconut milk
1/2 lime
sesame oil, soy sauce
200g jasmine rice

And this is how it works:

In a wok (or a large pan) heat some sesame oil, in it ginger, garlic, spring onions and chilli (of the latter two, I have a little something to the set aside) ansc hwitzen. Add the curry paste and deglaze with coconut milk. Fill the can approx. 1/3 with water and add it as well. Stir until the paste has dissolved. Add the vegetables, bring to a boil and then sauté over medium heat for about 8-10 minutes until the vegetables are cooked but still bite. Season with a dash of soy sauce and lime juice. Possibly. garnish with spring onions and chilli strips.

Cook the rice according to the package instructions and serve with the curry.