This beef teriyaki with sweet peas recipe is full of gratifying flavours with a light crunch from the sweet peas.
Happy New Year! It feels so good to be back! I had taken a break for a little over one month just to take a recap of the year and recalibrate. Soo, let’s get right to it with this years first recipe, wet fry beef in oyster sauce.
This is my second lentil recipe on the blog but I actually prepare it quite often. A chap chap one pot meal, this lentil curry is not only filling and full of flavour, it is also a wholesome plant based meal. Although this is a green lentil curry, for the other recipe, I used brown lentils. Continue reading Spicy Green Lentil Curry with Zucchini
I recently got into a conversation about the different types of pasta. Suffice it to say that the discussion escalated quickly. Just like that, we were talking about stir fried noodles! Is pasta the same as noodles?
It has been about two weeks now since I prepared this amazing fried tilapia in creamed peppers dish and it was a huge hit! So you know I had to recreate it for Dad over his visit, and he loved it too! This is why you absolutely must give it a go.
A few days back, I was looking through the cereals aisle at the supermarket when I came across chickpeas. Boy has it been a minute since I had some fried chickpeas! I quickly grabbed a pack and made a mental note to return to this supermarket for more possible goodies. Obviously, this was not the one that I regularly did my shopping at. My curiosity was piqued but I could not loiter around hunting for more goodies and deals. Jaz’s dad was with me, and off course, he was pressed for time.
There are meals that are snappy and easy to whip up, such as this a hearty pot of minced beef. An obvious choice for week nights and those days when you are obviously fatigued or otherwise pressed for time. In my mind, I like to group minced beef with mung beans and other legumes as items that I choose to have in the freezer, ready to fry on the fly. This makes my routine so much easier in the kitchen and means that I am always ready for the random guest!
Githeri is a traditional Kenyan dish made from maize and beans. Typically, the maize and beans are boiled together and then later fried to infuse flavor. For this githeri recipe, I infused the orange flavor of coriander into the dish. This highlights and brings out the aroma and enhances the taste.
I am pretty sure all mums have pre-boiled food in their freezer. In fact, I’m willing to bet (something) on it. Well, I’m no different. At any one time, you will find that a ndengu recipe is only a quick fry away.
Pilau is a rice dish that is considered a delicacy in East Africa. This beef pilau recipe is one of the many variations of this dish. Other variations would include goat meat, mutton and chicken.