Happy Labour Day to all my Kenyan readers!!!
What are you having for breakfast?
I know majority of us ate lots of bread growing up. At the time margarine spread was a must and/or the jam. I loved this combination.
But as I grew up the monotony I guess became boring and I started exploring other breakfast options. Lately I love spreading some peanut butter on it and/or adding some other protein and fruit spreads.
In this instance I made it two ways: – banana and avocado & egg combinations. Read more
Recently we have been facing some challenges with our site. This resulted in unavailability of some of the posts but not to worry we have successfully restored them with the exception of the Tilapia & Cous Cous recipe below.
Nairobi’s food industry has seen a tremendous growth in the past few years. There are more and more restaurants and different cuisines to try. Some of the ingredients you come across at these establishments you are doubtful that they are sourced locally.
When I randomly came across a pack of Couscous at a local supermarket, I was beyond excited and couldn’t wait to try it at home. The package contained preparation directions which were simple & very easy to follow. The results were beyond my expectations for a first try!!!
I decided to add a MY own touch to the ingredients by serving it with some vegetables and Tilapia which are locally available ingredients.
For this dish I decided not to go crazy on the ingredients since I am yet to work with it so much to understand the different flavor combinations which work.