Pesto is one of the easiest things to make, especially if you have a food processor. I love how it comes together so quickly and it’s perfect for quick meals. Pesto is an Italian word meaning to grind which explains the origin of the pestle for mortar and pestle. Traditionally […]
Naan of you are ready for this . Naan is a type of flatbread that is originally from Southern and Central Asia. It’s pretty popular in India. Naan is a yeast leavened bread that is traditionally cooked in a tandoor (traditional clay oven). The small pieces of dough are usually […]
Did you know you can make tea with pineapple peels? Now you know. A few months ago I learnt of this epic tea and since then we’ve bought more pineapples in the last three months than we’ve ever bought in a year.
Eight years ago I published my first post and the journey began. What started as a journal of my joys and woes in the kitchen has led to so many great adventures. Back then it was just my husband and I. Now we’ve grown to a family of 6. My […]
Can you tell the difference between plantains and green bananas? Green banana and Green (unripe) plantain Did you know that all plantains are bananas but not all bananas are plantains?
It’s no secret, I absolutely love pancakes and it’s evident by the numerous pancake recipes that are on here. I’ve been toying with the idea of developing a basic pancake recipe that will basically be the one to rule them all. Essentially a basic pancake recipe that one can build […]
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 […]
I decided to keep my daughters (4 1/2 and 3) occupied with some fun kitchen activity. I got them to actively help me make some egg muffin cups. As the name suggests these are eggs made in muffin cups. You make your desired filling then top off with some beaten […]
This is the non baked version of my baked teriyaki chicken wings. Essentially the wings are marinated just like the baked version then coated in some seasoned flour then deep fried. For the marinade, I’m using both the lemon zest and juice, the zest flavours the wings and the juice […]
Wings! My second favourite chicken part after glorious, juicy and thicc thighs. I love this recipe since it easy to to do and no fuss. The most involving part is making the marinade and assembling the wings and the teriyaki sauce. Whenever I’m making wings I usually make a huge […]