Chocolate Chip Muffins

I made these for breakfast on valentines day, thought it would be a good way to start the day - with a treat 🙂 I was planning to make some plain muffins with just blueberries, and some with chocolate. However as I was mixing the batter I saw some passion fruit which needed to be... Continue Reading →

Yoghurt Cake

I have had this recipe since 2004 from one of my husband's aunt. She makes an eggless cake using yoghurt and it has a lighter texture compare to the other cake recipe posted earlier. My mother-in-law really likes this cake and so I thought I would try it out finally this year for her birthday.... Continue Reading →

Avocado Toast

A good filling healthy snack, that is all what we need sometimes instead of turning to the usual potato crisps or other fast foods. I made this simple recipe for Avocado Toast after a conversation with one of my cousin sisters. She had it whilst on holiday in Australia. When I was growing up in... Continue Reading →

Ginger Cookies

This recipe was invented by my 3 year old son. A couple of weeks back, I asked him what he wanted to do. So he said "I want to make ginger cookies". I said "you mean gingerbread men", he said "NO, cookies...". So as soon as he finished his breakfast he wanted to get into... Continue Reading →

Chinese spring rolls

My younger sister and two of my nieces love spring rolls. I have never really liked the taste of ready made vegetarian spring rolls, always preferring the home made ones.  I tend to make them in a large batch and freeze them so as they are ready to have when ever I want to make... Continue Reading →

Sweetcorn Soup

If you look at the complete menu for a Chinese meal in our house, then you see sweetcorn soup, spring rolls, and stir fry with either rice or noodles. This was also the standard order when ever we used to go out to eat in Malawi. That used to be the set menu we would... Continue Reading →

Ants on Trees

When I was growing up in Malawi, we used to go to a Chinese restaurant and this was one of the items we used to always have. I don't know why it has this name but I guess that is part of the novelty of having this fun snack / starter / side dish. After... Continue Reading →

Vegetarian stir fry

When we first used to make stir fry or Chinese sweet & sour stir fry in Malawi, we would use specific vegetables (cabbage, french beans, carrots etc.) and make the sauce at home. We would have it either with plain rice or fried rice. Then when we came here we saw the supermarkets with pre... Continue Reading →

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