This recipe infuses the strong aromatic flavor of the rosemary herb to basmati rice, making it both pleasing to the eye and tantalizing to the taste buds. Continue reading Rosemary Fried Rice
Its flu season again and we anticipate a lot of sniffles, scratchy throats and the odd irritating cough. Obviously, the best way to avoid getting sick is to stay warm, always wash your hands or get a flu shot. Now, because we don’t want to be continually medicated, we try to nip this in the bud!
This spicy ginger tea will soothe and warm you from the inside out, and reduce the duration in which you might be feeling under the weather. And that’s what we are rooting for.
In my last blog post, I made reference to using vegetable stock. I would like to show you how you can prepare your own vegetable stock and store it in the refrigerator for use at a later date. Vegetable stock helps to thicken the sauce or gravy of the dish that you are preparing. It also adds vital nutrients to the dish from vegetables that may not be visible.
Growing up in Kenya, beans are an almost near staple food. They form an integral part of most of our meals, each one prepared differently from the other. This is one way of preparing a bean curry using Yellow Beans, one of over a dozen varieties of beans available in Kenya. This bean curry recipe is simple and easy to prepare. The garam masala gives it a nice spicy kick making it suitable to accompany many meals as a side dish.
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