Celebrating fruits and vegetables #healthyeating
This is like the easiest snack to make in the whole wide world.
2 tbs yeast
4 cups water
And here you go
Teriyaki beef with grilled bell peppers and red onions.
After seasoning the bell peppers and red onions with soy sauce, black pepper and knorr, add few drops of oil and chargrill in a hot griddle. Till it looks like this…
Next I had marinated beef strips (shredded beef) overnight with Soy sauce, brown sugar, pepper, salt, ginger and garlic. Also added Knorr and Cameroun pepper for the Nigerian kick. I then pan seared it in a lightly oiled pan.
The brown sugar gives it lovely caramelization.
Next toast beniseed/ sesame seed
Incorporate everything together with stock made from water, corn starch slurry (little corn starch mixed with water), any of the seasoning you used before, sesame oil and sweet chili sauce. Bring to boil for 5 minutes.
Sorry picture no clear : )
Serve on a bed fluffy and not al dente rice. And its good with any rice: basmati, short grain, long grain, local, foreign, ofada, brown, wild, tuwon shinkafa rice or what have you.
Creamy papaya and fura fool garnished with mint sprig
Toss the papaya, fura, yoghurt, sugar into the blender and whirr away.
Add few drops of vanilla essence and there you go
Voila! my Sunday ensemble.
So I fried onions in vegetable oil then added dried fish and beef stock and seasoned with salt, knorr and cameroun pepper.
Then I added the coconut powder to get this
Next you …
Add the par boiled rice and out comes this
Cooking with vegetables should be part of your daily routine.
Put on 3 kg and trying to lose it so having fruits and vegetables during the day.
Lunch of grilled chicken and Vegetables.
Breakfast of green tea and smoothie.
Then orange segments and sweet n spicy kuli kuli (snack made from residue left after extracting oil from peanuts) to snack on when I’m peckish.