Happy New Year! Feels good to be back to blogging, 2015 was pretty slow here but this year is gonna be awesome. In late November last year, my daughter turned 6 months and finally I could start introducing other foods. I had purposed to exclusively breast feed her for 6 months. It wasn’t easy especially […]
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 the butternut which we all […]
I love potatoes, I absolutely love potatoes, I am overly obsessed with potatoes! Now that we have that out of the way, lemme share with you a very simple and healthier way to have your fries. It’s super convenient too. I try to live a healthy lifestyle and this normally translates to how I prepare […]
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 to make them.
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 it’s a one pot meal […]
Nothing like some alliteration to start off a recipe! 🙂 Let me start off by saying that I’m not a big fan of deep frying, yeah I said it. Anyway once in a while I break my own rules, ha! This recipe isn’t for the hands off cooks, since it needs your constant attention to […]
After being dared by my short and noisy workmate I decided to cook chicken masala .
My friend Dee told me of mouth watering mashed potatoes that she had at Cafe Brasserie at the Village Market. Her exact words were that with every spoonful the mashed potatoes melt in your mouth. I’m yet to visit the place to second her sentiments so for now I’ll stick to perfecting my own recipe. […]
I have received several requests on my Facebook page to post a recipe on how to make bhajias. I have to say I’m no expert in this area but I think I can share a tip or two. Ingredients: Potatoes, peeled, washed and sliced thinly 1 cup gram flour 3/4 cup water 2 tbsp dried […]
I saw a tweet that led me to this you tube video. You have to admit this is quite a nice idea for a cook show. Anyway, me being me, I just had to try the recipe and the beautiful thing is that I had all the ingredients on hand. As Peter Nduati (C.E.O, Resolution […]