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Who says pies have to be so difficult to make? Here’s my very easy way of making a great snack using a few slices of bread and cooked minced meat as a filling.
This comforting one pot creamy chicken and mushrooms recipe is all you will ever need to impress that special one in your life. Tender juicy chicken soaked in this very creamy and flavourful bacon mushroom sauce and served with steamed Daawat basmati rice.
You often eat this Chinese style special chicken and cashew nut with a fried rice at most Chinese restaurants around. My dish involves making the most fragrant chili oil that sets the base for the whole dish. I like to have the chili oil with dumplings and with all other Chinese dishes. The cashewnuts in this dish also give it a really nice crunch, but the whole dish just comes together really well with the spice, spring onions, crispy fried chicken and a thick sauce that is to die for.
Who doesn’t like a good sandwich? This french toast smokie sandwich is the sandwich of your dreams. It combines your two favourite breakfast options together, french toast and smokies.
Meat pies are a great appetiser for parties and get togethers. My simplified meat pies are filled with a fragrant chicken mince and deep fried for that extra crispiness. I absolutely love these parcels of joy.
You’ve heard of potato bhajia, onion bhajia and fish bhajia before. Now, you will have also seen how to make chicken bhajia, and I can assure you that they will become your favourite type of bhajia. They are the perfect starter or snack to have for those dinner parties and you won’t believe just how simple they are to make.
I love the aroma and taste of any biryani.. and even though this brown rice chicken biryani takes so much time to cook, it has to be one of my favourite meals to cook and almost the only thing that comes to my mind when I am super hungry. This dish is a perfect combination of flavours and goes really well with some natural yoghurt and pickled lemons.
Kuku paka (chicken cooked in a coconut sauce) and biryani are two amazing dishes, so I decided to bring them together and ended up with a recipe that I will be making over and over again for a very long time. The chicken is cooked in a rich coconut gravy and then layered with par-boiled fragrant rice and topped with my favourite fried onions and coriander leaves. This dish is a winner!
The name “Chicken Tikka” starts to make you drool. Chicken tikka is so simple to make and always great for those barbecue’s with the family and friends. It is marinated in a spicy yoghurt mixture and cooked over some coal to give it that delicious smoky flavour. You haven’t visited Kenya if you haven’t had chicken tikka at most of the famous barbecue restaurants around the city. I pair mine with a spicy rice, but chicken tikka can be a meal in itself.
Mutton kebabs coated in maize meal and fried are the best party snack ever. Most families have their version of a kebab family recipe, but this one here is special. It gets crispy on the outside and super delicious on the inside.