If you love hot and spicy food then this piri piri chicken is for you. It is delicious and moist and you can adjust the hotness of the chicken by adding more or less chillies to sauce. Piri piri chicken also called peri peri chicken is easy to make and it doesn’t require much effort. In fact, the chicken marinade and the oven, does most of the job for you.
I made this recipe last valentine’s but didn’t blog about it as the pictures I took were not good enough due to poor lighting although, I shared it on Instagram. The weather was pretty kind to me last weekend and I made this as brunch for my family. Every bite of this suya burger was juicy and yummy. I can’t wait to make it again.
I made these pies today with my little one. It is easy and fun to make, there was a bit of mess involved because of the help I had from Her Royal Highness which I found a way around in the end. I cleared up separate work space and placed her own little baking items there; that did the magic.
Happy new month my fellow foodies, I can’t believe we are in the second month already. Today’s recipe could pass for a snack or brunch but typically, it is eaten in Nigeria as beer-mate after a stressful day, mostly a reward after a long day at work. Valentine is around the corner and this recipe can grace your table on a date night.
There is no story behind this wonderful recipe. I woke up this blessed morning, checked my fridge for what to cook and I ended up with suya popcorn chicken. If you love chicken and you want to try something new and not necessarily going to KFC to enjoy their lovely chicken popcorn, then I think you have come to the right place.
Pancake is one of the easiest things anyone can whisk up in the kitchen. It is not rocket science but I have met three people in my life that make the best pancake/ crepes ever… my Momma, Ronke and Peter. Permit me to say I grew up learning from the best.
The first time I heard about couscous was about 5 years ago during my national youth service. I spent a year in Kano, Dala to be precise and I can say categorically that couscous is one of the favourites of the northerners. How they cook it then I don’t know and I never had the chance to cook one as I thought it’s going to be a hassle cooking something so tiny and it just look complicated.
Have you ever had one of those lazy mornings and thinking if only a prince charming could serve you breakfast in bed or vice versa. Well this is a quick brunch recipe for one of those days. This recipe is so quick and easy to make and can also serve as packed lunch for kids to school.