• Danbu Fried Rice

    So I made Danbu-Fried Rice. We had run out of the batch of danbunama I made a few weeks ago. It was such a big hit with everyone that I decided to make some more. My helper had boiled more chicken that I wanted and by the time I realised it was too late. The… Continue Reading

  • Meat Balls…

    So my little dragon has decided she is on Atkins diet. Everything is either “hot” (even if it is stone cold) or “no”. Stew or anything red is poison. Only thing she would open her mouth for is meat, chicken or fish (ole, thief!) and of course her weetabix. I made two versions of these… Continue Reading

  • Apple Crumble with Almond Meal

    Last week as I was having breakfast, I started to read the list of ingredients on my almond milk carton. I was so shocked to find that in a whole litre of milk, there was only 2% of real almonds used. Two percent!!! In fact, shocked was an understatement. I felt like I had been… Continue Reading

  • Coconut Candy

    It is hard to ignore that halloween is round the corner. All the stores are stocking up on pumpkins of various sizes and colour and not to mention the hideous costumes being sold. I tried to find something cute for my toddler to wear but I just couldn’t bring myself to spend money on something I… Continue Reading

  • Millet Cereal with Yoghurt

    I was walking down the grains aisle and I spotted something very familiar. I stopped to check it out and lo and behold it was guinea corn but the Indian variety, of course. It is redder and much smaller than the variety I am used to. We use the milled millet in so many ways and forms… Continue Reading

  • Small Chops

    I went to the Filipino Souk here in Doha and I got myself a large goat leg. I asked them to cut it into small pieces as I don’t have a deep freezer to keep it in. I wish I had a roasting spit in my back garden, sigh! Well I have got a smoking unit… Continue Reading

  • Chicken Stew

    Nigerian stew saving dinner since forever! I make sure there is a bowl of stew in the fridge for the days that I don’t have the energy to throw down the usual Sasa’s Kitchen experience. Stew with rice and dodo or with some okra and poundo/eba, and dinner is saved. There is a recipe for… Continue Reading