One of my favourite things about living in a mixed culture environment (yes, Nairobi is very mixed!) is all the different foods you get to enjoy. Very evident in all the different kinds of restaurants that are thriving. Another is learning how to make the foods you love from other cultures so that you can have them on demand, in the comfort of your home! Yum yum! When it comes to the most loved and made foods from the asian community I would say Chapatis are number one, Maru Bhajias follow closely behind for me, they are just awesome!! I’m so glad I can finally make them at home too, on demand! Read on to learn how…
A Kenyan burger 2: The Westerner, white meat and marrow patty
Roasted rainbow veggies — a warm salad.
Spicy breakfast potatoes – easy!
Easy flavourful chicken wings
Tilapia & Matoke
Simple sweetcorn salad (warm/cold)
Kuku wa kienyeji stew (free range chicken)
Sukuma wiki (collard greens) in caramelised onions
Chicken with butternut and spinach
My go at dutch oven whole wheat bread
Baked red snapper — creamy and savoury
Butternut and cauliflower mash
Potatoes roasted with peppers and onions
5 Tips for preparing your Valentine’s Day meal
As the pressure rises out there every year, people are wrecking their brains to top last year’s Valentine’s day events. An easy way to #ShareTheLove on that day is to make a lovely meal and spend a quiet day in — just my thought. If you are interested, here are some tips for how to make that go smoothly…