Well, that title is a mouthful. I enjoy eating and making meatballs and ninety nine percent of the time I bake them. This time round I decided to shallow fry them and all I can say is this, if you have an oven just bake your meatballs. Baking cooks many […]
Spatchcock? What’s that you ask? Well just fancy talk for butterflied whole chicken. Basically you remove the backbone from the whole chicken then flatten the breast bone to form a butterfly shape. It may sound difficult but trust me it’s pretty easy to do. All you need is a sharp […]
How about some potatoes that have your back? 🙂 These parmesan and garlic hasselback potatoes take the cake. This week, I’ll be counting down to Christmas with some fun and easy recipes that you can whip up for your family and friends. I’ll try to focus on meals that can […]
As I was doing some grocery shopping, I saw some butternuts that were simply calling out my name. Obviously I had to buy one. I figured I could share a different way of making butternut soup. The beauty of this method is that you don’t have to struggle to peel […]
As I had earlier mentioned, I’ll be sharing simple recipes using organic produce from Organic foods. This is a simple heart warming recipe that will not only fill your kitchen with a lovely aroma but will also leave you yearning for more. Cream of carrot soup.
Hasselback potatoes are a Swedish creation. They were invented by the chefs at the Hasselbacken Restaurant in Sweden, that pretty much explains the name. They are basic baked potatoes but with a twist. I happened to buy some pretty huge potatoes not so long ago and their size inspired me […]
So last week I shared a simple pizza dough recipe and promised to share a tomato sauce recipe to be used as the base for the pizza. Whenever I make pizzas I usually make a basic marinara sauce to use as a base but when I don’t have fresh tomatoes […]
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
I have been meaning to post this recipe for the longest time but true to my nature I keep postponing. Anyway, this is a recipe I learnt from my mama, it’s something she used to make for lunch when we had closed school for the holidays. As the name suggests […]
Who’s busy making soup in the middle of sunny January? Well me!