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My next “Dine Star” is also a special person that has a big place in my heart:


I’ve known Kim for almost 30 years. But even before I was lucky to get to know her personally her music accompanied me through all my teenage years and made some very sad and unpleasant moments in my life a bit more bearable (yes, music is capable of doing that!!!).

Kim is a very dear friend to me and I am not exaggerating when I say my life would be less fun without her in it. She inspired me to become a singer and songwriter myself. I played my first demo songs to her on a walkman as a teenager and she was always very honest and supportive. She is a great advisor and she knows how to encourage people to stick to their dreams and to never give up. On top of all she is a รผbertalented singer, songwriter, gardener, painter, radio host… and a stunning beauty, inside and outside with a priceless humour and a big, caring heart.

Well, I think you get an idea now… 😂

Kim is a good chef and does the best “Spiegelei” in the world. She loves food and appreciates a good white wine or a nice glass of champagne. Some of the many things weย  have in common… ๐Ÿ˜‰

I am excited, proud and happy that she agreed to contribute to my blog. It was a real pleasure to make this dish for her inspired by the ingredients she chose in the questionnaire. I hope she will forgive me for not using coriander on my plate. Sadly I very much dislike coriander. But it can be added to the dish, of course. I put it in the recipe anyway.

Cooked chicken cut in slices is also very nice, if you eat meat. Veggies or vegans can use tofu instead of prawns.


And here we go…

200 gr king prawn (peeled & cooked)
200 gr glass noodles
peanut oil
1 stalk lemongrass (fresh)
1 red or yellow pepper (chopped)
1 chilli (chopped)
1 small zucchini
2 teaspoons freshly grated ginger
2 tbs fish sauce
1/2 teaspoon of freshly grated garlic
2 -3 tbs dates syrup (or maple syrup)
juice of 1 lime (or half a lemon)
handful of fresh coriander or basil

Soak the glass noodles in a bowl of hot water until soft. That takes about 5 minutes. Drain and put aside.
Heat 2 tbs of peanut oil in a pan on medium heat and fry the prawns until done (I personally like them a little bit crisp). Put aside.
Chop pepper, lemongrass and zucchini and cook in a pan with a bit of peanut oil until they start to soften. But make sure they are still a bit “al dente”. Add chopped chilli.
In the meantime prepare the dressing by mixing ginger, fish sauce, syrup, lime and garlic together.
Place the noodles, the prawns and the veggies in a bowl or on a plate and toss with the dressing.
Sprinkle with the herbs…and enjoy.

Have a blonDISHious day!

Sabrina xxx



Kim is releasing a deluxe version of her Xmas album “Wilde Winter Songbook” including new songs and a bonus videos ย DVD on December 7, 2015.
She also recently announced a new studio album in spring 2016 for which she is already writing.




KIM WILDE REQUEST RADIO SHOW ON MAGIC FM (every Sunday from 11am – 1pm):



9 thoughts

  • rita
    September 17, 2015 at 1:09 pm

    Hi Sabrina ! I really love Dine Star. Excellent idea and interesting people and dishes! Thanks for all. All the best

    • September 17, 2015 at 1:16 pm

      Thanks so much, Rita. Happy you enjoy “Dine Star”.
      There is so much more to come. Very exciting ๐Ÿ™‚ xxx

  • Carol McLeish
    September 17, 2015 at 1:27 pm

    Oh, I really mean it when I say this blog is super!
    I adore Kim Wilde, your Dine Star, and it’s fantastic to read about her and to see that she’s a lovely person as well as a gem of a singer!
    This recipe sounds like one for me…anything to do with prawns is a winner! ๐Ÿ™‚ I will be making this, and i’ll post my pictures ๐Ÿ™‚
    I adore you too by the way Sabrina! lol Carol x

    • September 17, 2015 at 1:41 pm

      Kim will be pleased to read such a lovely comment, Carol ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you. And so am I!!!!
      Looking forward to see your the picture of your creation. Enjoy, Sabrina xxx

  • September 17, 2015 at 3:18 pm

    Dear Sabrina, this dish sounds very appetizing! Thank you to Kim and to you of course, we will try to do it! I share on my blog, I hope you soon kisses Xxxxxx

    • September 17, 2015 at 3:33 pm

      A true pleasure. Thx, Jean-Paul. And pls share a photo of your dish on Twitter for me & Kim to see ๐Ÿ™‚ xxx

  • Heidrun Riese
    September 20, 2015 at 1:04 pm

    I didn’t get all ingredients for this recipe, so I had to improve a bit. And I have to say: This is really fun – to think about what to take instead and to imagine how it may taste. So, there was no lemon grass, I left that out. And no lime, I took lemon instead. Oh well, and rice noodles instead of glass noodles, but as dar as I know there is no big difference. And I Fried the veggies a little longer, just because I like them that way. My boyfriend was very curious about the dressing – and he loved it. So did I. We ate the salad while everything was still hot, we were so hungry. ๐Ÿ˜‰ It was really good! I think it’s great that you create you own meals from a list of ingredients given to you. That is incredible! And I love to read what you write about your recipes and your Dine Stars. And the fact that you answer to every question, that you are happy about the feedback you get. Makes this virtual place feel very cosy. I can only agree to what Carol wrote: This is the best blog ever!

  • September 20, 2015 at 10:15 pm

    How very wonderful. Thank you, Heidrun, for the great feedback.

    I love that you improvise. That is what cooking is about and what makes it so special and fun. Happy you enjoyed the recipe and gave it your own little twist.

    The next recipe will be a little bit more time-consuming but it is worth it. I only made it yesterday and I can’t wait to share it with you….

    Sabrina xxx

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