Everyone who knows me knows I LOVE SMALL CHOPS! So you know I was super excited to learn how to make samosas and spring rolls. I couldn't wait till they were done to have a bite of the yummy-ness. This recipe is great for all you creatives and accommodates everyone's preferences. Besides the method for … Continue reading Samosas
The title says it all! Here are some photos of the cake I made for a client, a chocolate lover. This three-layer cake has one classic vanilla cake, one yellow cake, and a double chocolate cake. Between each layer is a melted caramel and milk chocolate filling (yummy!). Finally, it is coated with a real … Continue reading I Made A Cake For A Client!
No better way to start the New Year than with a post your procrastinated posting last year. I really enjoyed making, and eating these waffles. More importantly, I'm excited to share this recipe. As usual, this was inspired by one of my crazy cravings, and the need to get rid of some peaches … Continue reading Did someone say “Waffles”?
Hello Everyone! What's a better way to enjoy a Saturday evening than with a bowl of hot fish pepper soup? ... Can't think of one either. The first time I tried this recipe was when I had a cold, to clear my sinuses (See the previous recipe here). It tasted so good that I made … Continue reading Fish Pepper Soup with Yam
Hello Fam! This is an abridged version of my typical Taco Recipe. I'm a broke Uni student, so I had to make this meet my budget. Even though it was missing some key ingredients like avocados and lettuce, it still tasted pretty good. I'll definitely do another post with my actual taco recipe, so look … Continue reading Taco Thursdays
Dawn loves cheese. Quiche is very cheesy. Dawn loves Quiche. For anyone who isn't sure what I'm talking about a quiche is a french pastry (similar to a pie, but open-faced). You can eat is warm or cold, I love it fresh out the oven. Everyone makes quiche differently. In fact, all three quiche(s) I've made … Continue reading Quiche Lorraine
This recipe will definitely have you considering a move to England! I visited London with my friend in December, while we were there we had a great English breakfast that had me wanting more. A few weeks later, I decided to re-create it. Ingredients: 1 can of baby button mushrooms 2 classic beef frankfurters 2 … Continue reading Home-made English Breakfast
Ingredients 1 salmon fillet 2 lemon slices 1 (250g) pack of asparagus Spices: Salt, 1.5 knorr cubes, dried scotch bonnet powder, ginger powder, garlic butter 1 tablespoon of minced garlic 1 tablespoon of butter 4 tablespoons of honey (2 for the salmon, 2 for the asparagus) Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 35 minutes Directions … Continue reading No Carb Dinner: Salmon and Asparagus
Ingredients 150g giant couscous 1/4 onion bulb, chopped 1 medium tomato, chopped 200g of (lean) beef, chopped 15 "strands" of fine beans, chopped (optional) Spices: salt, knorr cubes, 1 tablespoon each of ginger powder, ground scotch bonnets, garlic powder. Vegetable oil Directions Pan-sear the chopped beef and onions with oil. Add spices to taste. Pour in … Continue reading Cous-Cous Recipe
The word 'Lettuce' makes me laugh, almost as much as cucumber. When I was a child, the lady who watched me while my mom was at work used to pronounce it like "lay-tuse". So Igbo right? Anyway, on to the actual blog post. I've been trying to eat healthier than I'm used to. Shocking, right? … Continue reading Lettuce Wrap