Sambal Oelek Chilli Prawn Omelette

Kimba’s Original Recipe Kimba’s Review: This is a great idea for a simple Sunday lunch. Although, it’s not for the faint-hearted, lol. My hubby said he “nearly died” because it was so hot. Well, if you love spicy food – this might be just the dish for you. So simple and easy to make. You can always reduce the amount of sambal oelek to make it mild, so everyone can enjoy this recipe. Good luck! 🙂 300g large prawns2 onions, chopped into rings3 garlic cloves, finely chopped2 tablespoons of vegetable oil5 eggssalt and pepper1 1/2 tablespoons sambal oelek (use less … Continue reading Sambal Oelek Chilli Prawn Omelette


taken from the inside of my banana bread dish 😉 Kimba’s Review: I don’t bake as much as I cook, so this is easily my favorite recipe because it is so easy and so yummy! Whenever you have browning bananas, what best to do with them than to bake a banana bread? The recipe is very simple: Preheat oven to 160C. Cream 125g butter and 1 cup lightly packed brown sugar together with electric mixer. Add three eggs, beating well between each one. Fold in 1 3/4 cups self raising flour and 75g pecans. Stir in 3 mashed bananas, 1/2 … Continue reading BEST EVER BANANA BREAD RECIPE


SERVES 4Taken from “Meals in Minutes” by Cathay Books published in 1987 Kimba’s Review: This was one of the first few recipes I have ever tried in my history of cooking, lol. This photo was taken 2 years ago! I was a newlywed, in our rental property, and I knew I had to stop cooking “ready made” stuff from Coles (the ones you just pop into the oven). I knew I had to take it to the next level and cook something half impressive from scratch. So I went and searched for those cook books I bought from a church … Continue reading SPAGHETTI MARINARA

STEAMED WHOLE SNAPPER with Garlic, Butter, Chilli and Lemon

Kimba’s Original Recipe This is one of my favorite original recipes. I kinda just mixed all the different flavors together and they worked! It’s also one of those dishes that always receive positive comments from people I serve it to.. and so simple to cook! So I thought I’d share this recipe so you can create something that “looks gourmet” but really easy peazy and requires almost NO effort! Ingredients: 1 whole snapper 80g reduced salt butter, softened 4 tablespoons of Trident Sweet Chilli Sauce 6 tablespoons of Lemon Sauce 1-2 teaspoons of fresh garlic paste (depending on personal preference … Continue reading STEAMED WHOLE SNAPPER with Garlic, Butter, Chilli and Lemon

KUAYTIAW PHAT THAI (Pad Thai) aka Thai Fried Noodles with Prawns

taken from WORLD KITCHEN THAILAND by Murdoch Books This is one of the most famous dishes in Thailand. Everyone who visits should try it, otherwise they have not really been there at all. To make it, you need to use small white noodles of the dried sen lek variety (Kimba’s Tip: Or you can just use Pad Thai Rice Noodles from Coles). You can substitute meat for prawns. 150g dried noodles (sen lek) or Pad Thai Rice Noodles from Coles300g raw large prawns3 tablespoons tamarind puree2 tablespoons palm sugar (Kimba’s Tip: If you cannot find palm sugar, brown sugar works … Continue reading KUAYTIAW PHAT THAI (Pad Thai) aka Thai Fried Noodles with Prawns

Welcome to Kimba’s World Kitchen

Hello and welcome to Kimba’s World Kitchen. I will be taking you on my journey of cooking… of experimenting with flavors and creating food that is worth sharing with others. There will be some failures and some successes in my journey, but I hope to be able to share it all with you. There will be tips on how to cook the perfect dish depending on your number of guests, the occasion, what you feel like eating today, the amount of time you have to prepare your meal, and a lot of other external factors which may affect your choice … Continue reading Welcome to Kimba’s World Kitchen