Quick meals

Bacon and Broccoli Frittata

Happy new month! As I was catching up on Pioneer Woman‘s food posts, I saw a frittata recipe which inspired me to make one. As soon as I thought of making the frittata, I figured the perfect combination would be to use bacon and broccoli. Any excuse to incorporate bacon […]

 

Cheese and Onion Meatballs

Every once in a while I enjoy snacking on potato crisps and corn puffs. I mostly get the plain salted ones and for when I am feeling a bit adventurous I go for the cheese and onion flavour. My inspiration for this recipe is cheese and onion potato crisps. Since […]

 

Fish en Papillote

French has a way of making anything sound delicious, just think about it. One would totally eat escargot just because it sounds all exotic and delicious only to realise it’s French for snails, yeah in some places it’s a delicacy. Meals in foreign languages have a way of seeming complicated […]

 

Fish in a Foil

Looking to make a quick meal with minimal dishes to wash? How about making fish in a foil. Just as the name suggests, fish is baked in a foil. I made this some time last week. I have been trying to work on healthier recipes for the blog. Facebook Twitter […]

 

Frittata

According to Wikipedia a frittata is an egg based Italian dish with additional ingredients such as meats, and vegetables. Well, if you ask me a frittata is an omelette on steroids. The first time I heard of this dish, I was busy watching one of my fave you tube cooking […]

 

Baked Sweet Potatoes

Hey foodies? This is a pretty easy recipe. In Kenya, sweet potatoes are majorly served as an accompaniment for tea. There are easy to prepare seeing that you only have to boil them and voila breakfast. I am not a big fan of sweet potatoes but after seeing many diverse […]

 

Breaded Garlic Chicken

A simple chicken recipe that requires only a handful of ingredients. Ingredients: 2 boneless skinless breasts 3 cloves of garlic, finely chopped 1 egg 5 tbsps breadcrumbs Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn  

 

Flour Dusted Tilapia

Happy February Foodies! Hope you have taken advantage of the Nairobi Restaurant Week offer, I did 🙂 For those who are yet to try, worry not the offer has been extended to 12 th February. Exciting! I know, now to rob a bank *kidding* I was to post this recipe […]

 

Baked Ripe Bananas

When my mother gave me these bananas, they were green. Since I was in the middle of my exams I kept on postponing on baking them. To make matters worse, the bananas were in a dark coloured storage bag which quickened their ripening process. By the time I got around […]