24/09/2016

#FBbloggerseries: @WhyteHappndNext


Welcome to the Food & Baker food blogger series, which every blogger, vlogger, tweeter is welcome because what human being doesn't like food(!?) This is a just a simple, quick and fun series of food related questions to just to get to know each other and meet new bloggers!

We are super grateful to everyone who are involved! Let's get started!

Introduction:

Hi I am Steph, I am from Aberdeenshire, Scotland. My blog is a lifestyle blog, with the occasional food or film review.

Why did you start blogging?

It started out as a blog all about my upcoming wedding and the plans and preparations for that but I carried on after that, hence the name Whyte Happened Next.

Three Random Facts

1. I am a secondary school teacher.
2. I have an irrational fear of touching coins.
3. I am 100% a stationery addict!

Are you allergic to anything?

I have lactose intolerance, but it is not constant it normally flares up when I’m stressed. I try avoid having a lot of dairy at once.

What is your most favourite meal in the world?

A rare steak with sweet potato fries.

Are you more of a savoury or sweet kind of person?

I am totally a savoury person, although I love wine gums. But any bread or pasta based products are my favourite.

If you could travel anywhere in the world purely for its food, where would you go?

Definitely Italy. I love Pasta, Pizza and anything tomato based. I would be in heaven!

What would be the 'out of the ordinary' thing you've eaten?

I have eaten crocodile once in Florida. It’s true what they say it just tastes like chicken.

Do you prefer to cook at home or eat out?

I love cooking, but I have a tiny kitchen and I hate doing dishes. So eating out is my favourite!

Recipe: Mango Chicken Curry

Ingredients

• Fry-light or other low fat cooking spray (I used the Fry-Light with Chilli)
• 2 chicken breasts, diced
• 1 small onion diced (red or white)
• 1 garlic cloves or a teaspoon of lazy garlic.
• Red chilli flakes. (Your preference as to how much too add, I added about 2 teaspoons and the curry was very mild)
• Half a jar of Mango Chutney.
• Half a can of Coconut milk.
• Cooked Rice of your choice.

Method

1. Heat the fry-light in a saucepan. Add the chicken and cook it through. Remove the chicken from the pan and set aside.
2. Add a little more fry-light and fry off the onions and garlic. Once soft, add the coconut milk and chilli. Add the chicken back in.
3. Bring to the boil and then simmer for 10-15 minutes. Add more mango chutney if you wish.Serve. Optional yogurt can be added.

What's your favourite post of ours?

The DIY freak milkshakes look good (I know I already said I try avoid dairy) but they look so worth it! Also the Hassleback Potatoes. I love trying out new recipes.

Website: www.whytehappenednext.wordpress.com Facebook: Whyte Happened Next Twitter: WhyteHappndNext Instagram: WhyteHappenedNext Pinterest: WhyteHappndNext

We would like to continue this series for as long as you all want to participate, so if you would like to take part in our blogger series, please do drop us an email on foodandbaker@gmail.com and we will send you back the details.


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  1. Crocodile!!! Thats impressive! I'm one of those people that is creeped out by out of the ordinary foods but I would try!!! Only not something like snails!!

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