Flying Air Singapore to Indonesia and a visit with our daughter. Twenty-three excruciatingly long hours of travel. A messenger bag filled with food alternatives: jerk salmon, smoked trout, dried fruit, assorted nuts, chocolate bars* -- we're convinced we'll require sustenance to carry us through our journey! The first meal is served: 'mystery chow'. The sound of rustling tinfoil resinates through the cabin, the chatter evaporates and the clatter of cutlery ensues. The aroma engulfs us as I peel back the silver cover to allow a charge of steam to escape. Cauliflower, Peas and Chickpeas in a Curry Sauce.
My niece, Alana, shared a wonderfully simple recipe for Shrimp with Tomato and Feta Cheese. It sounded delicious -- and great for a quick dinner with good presentation. However, having a kosher kitchen, it needed some modification. I'm used to switching things up; recipes are really just guidelines, with unlimited adaptions. I substituted the shrimp with tilapia, used a can of diced San Marzano tomatoes