Basil Pesto Chicken

This is one of the easiest and most pocket friendly recipes on my website. Everyone thinks a jar of basil pesto is costly and not worth it. Fortunately, you can get a jar of basil pesto for a dollar at your local dollar store. It is not as good as freshly made basil pesto with…

Chicken & Rice-2

It’s time for another chicken and rice post! The previous Chicken and Rice post was was shown so much love and appreciation, that I decided to make this a series with the 2 main ingredients- rice and chicken being prepared with different ingredients and flavors. In this particular recipe, the rice has a bit of…

Chicken gizzards & hearts

Hey Guys! Never thought I would cook and post a recipe with chicken hearts and gizzards! From all the internal parts of the chicken, liver is usually my go to part for eating and cooking. Lately, I have started eating a lot of chicken hearts and gizzards thanks to a brother from church who brings…

Jerk Chicken Skewers

Jerk Chicken- Probably the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Caribbean or Jamaican¬† food. Jerk chicken is made from a jerk spice marinade in which the primary ingredient is the extremely hot wear-gloves-while-you-cut-them scotch bonnet peppers, along with a host of other ingredients. Scotch Bonnet peppers are used in most…

Honey Garlic Salmon

This is probably one of my easiest recipes on the blog. It’s so quick that I made it while talking in a 15 minute conversation with my sister. I have used frozen salmon fillets but fresh would be even better. Salmon is my preferred fish as it tastes great and can hold firm and isn’t…

Eggs- Sunny side up!

How do you like your eggs? I LOVE all forms of egg, be it fried, baked, poached, boiled (soft or hard), omelette, scrambled or plain sunny side up as displayed in this post.¬† Eggs are one of the most versatile ingredients and are used in various sweet and savory dishes. It’s my go-to ingredient on…

Green Beans & Pork

Growing up, one of my favorite vegetables or green foods was the humble green beans. The green beans recipes that I ate as a kid were mostly in the form of a thoran (a coconut based vegetable dish in Kerala with Indian spices and flavors). The beans were sauteed in fresh curry leaves, mustard and…