Last week ,I had the pleasure of preparing lunch for a friend. I opted to cook a sage beef stir fry with garlic matoke.
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.
To say that Kenyans love nyama choma or grilled meat would be a gross understatement. Mshikaki is as ubiquitous to Kenya as matoke is to Uganda or pasta is to Italy. Kenyan beef mshikaki is probably the most common variation, although you may also use chicken or goat meat.
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.
We could all do with a good coleslaw salad every so often . Healthy, crisp and refreshing, this slaw can be enjoyed as a side or snack.
There is this cliché about a good hearty breakfast; eggs, bacon, cheese. Any or all of these. I loooove them all. And especially this omelette with cheese. Personally, I thank the Big Guy upstairs, that I’m not allergic to any of them! That would be miserable.