Rolex is a popular food in Uganda. It’s basically an omelette and veggies wrapped with a chapati. From my little research the name rolex is a play on rolled eggs.
Happy New Month! I’m excited for December mainly because I’ve challenged myself to share videos and blogposts every weekday leading up to Christmas Day. What makes the perfect sandwich? I feel every single ingredient in a sandwich plays a role in making it perfect. From the toasted bread which acts […]
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 […]
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?
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 […]
Happy New Year! Hope your 2020 is off to a great start. How about this year we learn how to make fresh homemade pasta from scratch? It’s so easy, it’s unbelievable and on top of you that you just need two ingredients. Yep, two. And you already have them in […]
Simply a one pot tomato based egg dish. My love for eggs has led me to discover and make different things. When I learnt of this dish, I just had to give it a try, in some places it’s called eggs in purgatory guess cause the eggs are contained in […]
Quick fixes are a fave of mine especially when all that is needed is prepping of the ingredients. I have been loving roasted vegetables and I try to make them at least twice a week. Perfect over fried eggs, pasta or just about anything really.When roasting vegetables work with fresh […]
Brrr… It’s rather nippy in Nairobi and I’m about to add socks to my nightwear. Thankfully I have a warm bowl of creamy butternut soup. I know, I know what makes this recipe different from the other two I’ve shared here before? well, one, you can never have too many […]
French beans, green beans , string beans or mishiri as we Kenyans fondly call them are pretty delicious. What better way to take them up a notch than adding some peanuts?