Have you ever heard of croquettes? They are small balls that are soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. You can make them using any type of starch like potatoes, yams, cassava, sweet potatoes, etc. What I particularly like about them is that they have an element of surprise when you take that first bite to determine whether you want to keep eating or not, because nothing from the outside suggests what is in it.[Read more…] about Croquettes with sweet potatoes and cassava
Dinner recipes that excite are becoming hard to come by. These delicious dinner recipes from around the world will invigorate dinner time from the boring monotony of the same meal every week.
I have been wanting to share with you this poached fish with okra recipe for months now, and I am so glad that the day is finally here! Months ago, I ate a delicious okra soup at a friend’s house. I was definitely inspired by it to make this recipe.
This recipe is so light, healthy and well balanced that your palette is delighted at each spoon.[Read more…] about Poached fish with okra recipe
Today, we are going to talk a poulet mayo recipe that is close to my heart.
If you don’t have time to cook, you can always find Poulet Mayo (chicken with mayonnaise) on every street in Congo-Kinshasa. Every family has their own recipe, but the basic cooking method is always the same.
I am not sure of its origin but poulet mayo recipe (chicken with mayonnaise) has grown in popularity within the last five years in Kinshasa.[Read more…] about Poulet Mayo recipe (chicken with mayonnaise) from Congo
Eggplants (aubergine) is not a vegetable that you see or hear enough about. However, you will be surprised how decadent an eggplants (aubergines) with fish recipe can be. The layers of flavours that you can in this one dish is just astonishing. Before we get into that let’s first talk about eggplants.[Read more…] about Eggplants(aubergines) with fish recipe
The holidays are right around the corner and this roasted beef in red wine with pears recipe is auspicious to the occasion. It’s a slow roast recipe that would require time to marinate and cook. The marinate has seasonal ingredients that go very well with rice, potatoes, vegetables or fruits. I personally love using pears during the holidays.[Read more…] about Roasted beef in red wine with pears recipe
Here is a quick and easy jerk prawns skewers recipe that can be done in less than ten minutes. They can be paired with a soup, salad, pasta, rice to name a few. They are perfect for any occasion and so delicious! For this recipe, I used a mix from Grace Foods called Jerk seasoning.[Read more…] about Jerk prawns skewers recipe