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Not a fan of chicken wings? Get out of here! No, but seriously, how can you not like chicken wings? Especially these spicy but sweet perfect wings in a soy based sauce served with steamed rice. Yummy yummy in my tummy!
Sometimes we just run out of ideas when it comes to cooking baby food. And it surely doesn’t have to be boring. This Banana Berry Rice Pudding is one of those recipes that my little one loves so much. And she has also featured in this recipe, which makes this recipe very close to my heart.
This lemon butter fish is a so easy to make and requires only a handful of ingredients, and the result is a flaky fried fish swimming in a pool of a buttery tangy sauce and served with a fragrant parsley rice.
Quick dinners is sometimes all we want after a long day at work. This sausage curry with toasted coconut rice is quick but packs a whole lot of flavours. The toasted coconut in the rice also gives it a whole new dimension of flavours as opposed to regular coconut rice.
This Asian inspired pork rice is great for quick dinners and is so full of flavour. Hearty and delicious! It can also be made using chicken instead of pork or if you are vegetarian, substitute for some soaked soya chunks for that meatiness.
Flavourful Asian style sticky chicken wings coated in a ketchup based sauce, cooked perfectly in the oven and basted for that extra depth of flavour and then served on a sweet corn rice. This is the perfect recipe for a quick dinner!
Lamb stew with mashed potatoes or steamed rice, isn’t that a classic combination? My recipe is the most basic lamb stew recipe that is a must have in every household. It is easy to make and so fragrant.
Bhajia’s are a very common snack when expecting guests. This recipe is a slight twist to the normal bhajia’s. These rice and sukuma wiki bhajia’s make great use of left over rice and go perfectly well with just ketchup for a dipping sauce.
Simple, perfectly spiced and absolutely delicious! This Kidney Bean Rice will make your day that much tastier.
Who doesn’t like a chicken and egg fried rice? That flavour of the wok along with a dish of chicken schezwan or kung pao chicken is to die for.