Morning? Anybody here? I’ve been gone for so long, 7 months. During my hiatus I started doing videos which has been my goal for some time now. Do subscribe . I do intend to continue to share recipes here and the first recipe of the year will go live tomorrow. […]
Tag: kenyan food blogger
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?
Funny how I don’t have any recipe on here on leftover ugali 🙂 Anyway, most often than not you find that you have rice leftover and instead of just reheating it how about revamping it? In comes this easy and quick egg fried rice recipe. Today’s recipe is dedicated to […]
Soup in January? Trust me on this one,despite the heat this heartwarming bowl of soup is perfect as a one pot dinner. Nothing much is needed, other than cutting up the veggies.For this soup, I used kienyeji (road runner) chicken since it’s particularly very flavourful.
Rich, thick and herb filled meat sauce, the nutty flavour from the bechamel and generous amounts of cheese. Beef lasagna.Lasagna,such a decadent and indulgent dish that I reserve for special occasions. Lasagna making is time consuming however, the results are worth the time.The secret to amazing lasagna lies in the […]
Chicken wings are favourite of many people and work well as an appetiser or finger food when entertaining. As Christmas approaches, you might want to wow your guests with these finger licking barbecued thyme and garlic chicken wings.
Happy New Month. It’s unbelievable how fast this year has gone by. I had several plans for the blog which I’m yet to implement, however I am geared up to pick up where I left off. For the longest time I have wanted to share my simple homemade barbecue sauce […]
One of my favourite things paired together, bacon and potatoes. This month’s Onja challenge was the word ‘Texture’. After much thought, I settled on some potato skins filled with cheese and bacon. These are perfect to serve as a starter or part of brunch spread.
I enjoy a refreshing salsa just like any other person and what’s more refreshing than adding watermelon to one? Not only is this salsa full of colour it is packed with flavour. From the sweetness of the watermelon to the herb flavour of the dhania to the coolness of the […]
Happy Eid Mubarak to my muslim readers! When it comes to broiler chicken on bone I always gravitate towards baking. I hardly stew or curry the chicken pieces mainly because I find that the chicken can easily fall off the bone when manipulated too much. Fast forward to a few […]