If you are looking for readily available fish to prepare, it is most probably going to be tilapia. In Kenya, generally. A lot of the fish you will find at the local market will be deep fried tilapia. One may choose to eat it as it is or take it home and season it further. And because I love flavor, I made this delicious deep fried tilapia recipe with rosemary and jalapenos.
Last week flew by so fast, it literally left me in a tizzy! I struggled to find time to pen this rosemary and garlic wet fry goat meat recipe. But like all good things that require patience, here it is!
Awry August. Sigh! I made these fried potato gnocchi for the blog about three weeks ago, but as August would have it, the recipe is going live today.
I made cumin seed fried rice for the first time, I was pleasantly surprised at how this tiny seed can totally transform a rice dish! This rice is aromatic, pretty and absolutely delectable!
Nothing beats a warm, spicy curry especially when the weather is chilly. Enter my rainbow beef biryani.
This litty lemongrass garlic mashed potatoes recipe was the result of an over abundance of potatoes. I’m curious. How do you store your potatoes? How long do they keep? Unlike most vegetables, potatoes keep quite well actually.
It might be a bit obvious for me to begin with a mention about the weather but by jove it’s cold! I don’t remember it being this cold and wet for this long. I’m all souped out and that’s why I took particular joy in cooking these stuffed whole baked fish.
Last time I posted an omena recipe, it was markedly differently prepared. In this fried omena in oyster sauce recipe, I have used more condiments and herbs, giving it a beautiful fusion of flavor.
We have just come out of the first school holidays of the year and if your kitchen is like mine, we have gone through almost ninety kilos of potatoes! I always have to come up with new and exciting ways to cook potatoes and this rosemary chilli skillet potatoes recipe is one of them.
I am yet to meet someone who does not appreciate a good samosa. Beef, chicken, chilli and fried dough. How can you not? But lets not be cruel. There are some equally delicious veggie options too right? Like, uuhhmmm, mung beans, potatoes/peas, chick peas (I remember these from primary school, yum). But for the purposes of this here prose, lets whip up some masala beef samosas! Then dig in. Continue reading Masala Beef Samosas