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When you think of fries, you often think of potato fries. I always thought that too, except that now when I think of fries, these ugali fries instantly come to my mind. They are surprisingly the most delicious snack to have on its own and the coating gives it that amazing crunch. Feel free to experiment with as many spices as you like in the breading and if you have some left over ugali from the meal before, it works great to make these ugali fries.
I love any types of bhajias and since my little one started enjoying them too, i’ve been adding a lot more vegetables in them. She particularly enjoys eating these cabbage bhajia’s that are deep fried to give it that perfect crunch and serve with some ketchup and a spicy chutney.
My mac and cheese balls are super cheesy and absolute favourite with the kids. These work great with left over mac and cheese.
Easy pancakes with only a few ingredients make a perfect start to the day. This pancake batter is made in just a blender and can be made the night before, so all you have to do is flip them the morning after.
I can’t ever say no to a burger, especially when it has mushrooms, beans, cheese.. basically all the good stuff. Mine is the perfect substitute for a meaty burger and you may not believe it, but my husband who will choose meat over anything, actually said that he would take this kidney bean and mushroom burger over any burger ever.. That says it all!
My home made doughnuts are super soft and fluffy and are so easy to make, i’m sure these will be your go to recipe every single time. Coat them in my super easy sugar glaze topped with crushed NuVita Chocolate Cookies or coat them in some caster sugar, either way you will love them!
These Vegetarian steamed dumplings also called steamed Muthiya are one of those meals that most Indian families have on the weekends. They are super easy to cook and make the best use of left over rice.
The mornings are always so busy to make myself something for breakfast, so i’ve been resorting to muffins with my morning tea. These oat and chocolate chip muffins are my go to muffin recipe to satisfy the muffin cravings.. is that even a thing? Well, yes it is, for me!
This African peanut soup is creamy, delicious and ready in just half an hour. I like to add sweet potatoes and arrow root in my peanut soup which makes it the best comfort meal for those cooler nights.
These banana fritters are an absolute favourite for breakfast. My recipe gives you the perfect banana fritter that is light and delicious.