Tuesday, 15 January 2019


INGREDIENTS

  • 1/2kg liver
  • Salt
  • Dhania
  • Hoho
  • Garlic
  • 1 Royco beef cube (optional)
  • 3 tomatoes (Pureed)
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste


PREPARATION METHOD

  • Liver is not boiled. Just wash it & drain the water, then soak it in some fresh milk & let it sit for 30mins-1hr. The milk helps to remove the smell in liver but it is optional if you do not mind the smell in liver.
  • Take your frying pan/sufuria put some oil, then add some onions, cook until soft.
  • Remove the onions from the hot oil, drain the milk from the liver then fry it the same oil you used for the onions. Let it fry for 5 minutes then put back the onion in the cooking liver. 
  • Add salt, garlic. Once the garlic is cooked add the tomato paste, tomatoes, hoho, 1 royco beef cube & spices of your choice and let it cook in medium heat for 5 minutes. 
  • Sprinkle some fresh dhania and enjoy with some hot rice or ugali.
12:00 Krystal Joe

INGREDIENTS

  • 1/2kg liver
  • Salt
  • Dhania
  • Hoho
  • Garlic
  • 1 Royco beef cube (optional)
  • 3 tomatoes (Pureed)
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste


PREPARATION METHOD

  • Liver is not boiled. Just wash it & drain the water, then soak it in some fresh milk & let it sit for 30mins-1hr. The milk helps to remove the smell in liver but it is optional if you do not mind the smell in liver.
  • Take your frying pan/sufuria put some oil, then add some onions, cook until soft.
  • Remove the onions from the hot oil, drain the milk from the liver then fry it the same oil you used for the onions. Let it fry for 5 minutes then put back the onion in the cooking liver. 
  • Add salt, garlic. Once the garlic is cooked add the tomato paste, tomatoes, hoho, 1 royco beef cube & spices of your choice and let it cook in medium heat for 5 minutes. 
  • Sprinkle some fresh dhania and enjoy with some hot rice or ugali.
There is nothing that tastes better than homemade bread crumbs. Not only do they taste better, but they are also fresh and cheap than purchasing at the supermarket which is quite expensive.

Well, here is a simple method to make your own bread crumbs;

Any type of bread (white, brown, wheat, etc.) can be used. You can also combine various breads - why let them go to waste? The mixture of various breads also gives your dishes some wonderful taste experiences!

Please, don't use stale bread in this process, use dry bread only. If you bread is too fresh, just bake fresh bread slices in a slow oven until it turns slightly dry.

If your bread is not dry enough to crumble in the food processor, place bread piece/slices on an ungreased baking sheet. Bread pieces will dry faster and evenly when they are laid out in a single layer, rather than when the pieces are stacked; allow a bit of room between pieces to dry properly. Bake in a 300 degree F. oven for approximately 10 to 15 minutes. About halfway through, turn them over so they dry evenly. Remove from oven and let cool.

Tear dried bread into smaller pieces and place in your food processor. Whirl until you get the desired coarseness. 
03:57 ANP JOEL
There is nothing that tastes better than homemade bread crumbs. Not only do they taste better, but they are also fresh and cheap than purchasing at the supermarket which is quite expensive.

Well, here is a simple method to make your own bread crumbs;

Any type of bread (white, brown, wheat, etc.) can be used. You can also combine various breads - why let them go to waste? The mixture of various breads also gives your dishes some wonderful taste experiences!

Please, don't use stale bread in this process, use dry bread only. If you bread is too fresh, just bake fresh bread slices in a slow oven until it turns slightly dry.

If your bread is not dry enough to crumble in the food processor, place bread piece/slices on an ungreased baking sheet. Bread pieces will dry faster and evenly when they are laid out in a single layer, rather than when the pieces are stacked; allow a bit of room between pieces to dry properly. Bake in a 300 degree F. oven for approximately 10 to 15 minutes. About halfway through, turn them over so they dry evenly. Remove from oven and let cool.

Tear dried bread into smaller pieces and place in your food processor. Whirl until you get the desired coarseness. 

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

3 Eggs
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup butter mix
preheat oven 350degrees
11/2 cup plain flour
add 1/2 cup sugar
2tspn baking powder
mix the dry ingredients
slowly add the wet ing.
oil pan
pour batter
bake for 50 mins ate 350 deg


11:14 Krystal Joe
3 Eggs
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup butter mix
preheat oven 350degrees
11/2 cup plain flour
add 1/2 cup sugar
2tspn baking powder
mix the dry ingredients
slowly add the wet ing.
oil pan
pour batter
bake for 50 mins ate 350 deg


250g all purpose flour
11/2 tspn baking powder
baking soda 1tspn
salt 1/2 tspn
mix
4 eggs mix with sugar 200g until creamy and orange zest 3 tbspn
add orange juice 1 tbspn
add veg oil 3/4 cup mix, add flour and mix,
add the carrots 350g mix
add raisins bake for 90 mins at 170 degrees.
05:12 Krystal Joe
250g all purpose flour
11/2 tspn baking powder
baking soda 1tspn
salt 1/2 tspn
mix
4 eggs mix with sugar 200g until creamy and orange zest 3 tbspn
add orange juice 1 tbspn
add veg oil 3/4 cup mix, add flour and mix,
add the carrots 350g mix
add raisins bake for 90 mins at 170 degrees.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

INGREDIENTS
1/2 kg steak beef
7 medium size potatoes
salt to taste
crushed garlic 1 teaspoon
Mixed herbs
1 onion chopped or onion powder
1 tbspn oil
foil paper


wash potatoes, do not peel, cut 4 pieces each. put all the ingredients in a bowl mix the place them on the foil paper the wrap. bake or grill for around 30mins.
04:52 Krystal Joe
INGREDIENTS
1/2 kg steak beef
7 medium size potatoes
salt to taste
crushed garlic 1 teaspoon
Mixed herbs
1 onion chopped or onion powder
1 tbspn oil
foil paper


wash potatoes, do not peel, cut 4 pieces each. put all the ingredients in a bowl mix the place them on the foil paper the wrap. bake or grill for around 30mins.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

The RECIPE with mala #copypasted
Ingredients
-1kg meat ( mbuzi or beef)
- 500ml maziwa mala
- 1 tablespoon Pilau masala
- 2 onions
- 5 cloves of garlic
- 2 inch ginger
-dhania
- cooking oil
- salt to taste.

Procedure
-Boil the meat with salt,ginger&garlic until tender.
- Now fry the onions until soft and translucent then add in the Pilau masala. Let this cook for 1 minute stirring so the masala doesn't burn them add in the pre boiled meat. Mix.
- Let the meat cook in the spice for about a minute or two then add in the maziwa mala. Cook covered for 12 minutes or until the mixture starts to dry .
- uncover it and let it cook until it dries.
- Taste and adjust seasoning .
- Add dhania, mix and serve.
*best with rice but you can serve with any starch of your choice
11:52 Krystal Joe
The RECIPE with mala #copypasted
Ingredients
-1kg meat ( mbuzi or beef)
- 500ml maziwa mala
- 1 tablespoon Pilau masala
- 2 onions
- 5 cloves of garlic
- 2 inch ginger
-dhania
- cooking oil
- salt to taste.

Procedure
-Boil the meat with salt,ginger&garlic until tender.
- Now fry the onions until soft and translucent then add in the Pilau masala. Let this cook for 1 minute stirring so the masala doesn't burn them add in the pre boiled meat. Mix.
- Let the meat cook in the spice for about a minute or two then add in the maziwa mala. Cook covered for 12 minutes or until the mixture starts to dry .
- uncover it and let it cook until it dries.
- Taste and adjust seasoning .
- Add dhania, mix and serve.
*best with rice but you can serve with any starch of your choice

Sunday, 22 October 2017

120G milk
25g sugar
5g salt
5g instant yeast
95g - 2 eggs
60g butter
mix them all
350g flour
mix and knead for 15 mins on flat surface
put flour on bowl, put the dough and let it rest until double in size

60g brown sugar
6g cinnamon
3g vanilla
25g butter
mix
after the dough has double in size, rool it out on flat surface the apply the brown sugar mixture.
roll the dough, apply a liitle water at  the end so that they get stuck together.
cut to 8 pieces then apply eggwash
proof again until double in size
bake for 20 mins at 180degrees

for sugar syrup
50g powder sugar
1/2 tspn vanilla
1tbspn milk
mix, then apply on the rolls.
23:57 Krystal Joe
120G milk
25g sugar
5g salt
5g instant yeast
95g - 2 eggs
60g butter
mix them all
350g flour
mix and knead for 15 mins on flat surface
put flour on bowl, put the dough and let it rest until double in size

60g brown sugar
6g cinnamon
3g vanilla
25g butter
mix
after the dough has double in size, rool it out on flat surface the apply the brown sugar mixture.
roll the dough, apply a liitle water at  the end so that they get stuck together.
cut to 8 pieces then apply eggwash
proof again until double in size
bake for 20 mins at 180degrees

for sugar syrup
50g powder sugar
1/2 tspn vanilla
1tbspn milk
mix, then apply on the rolls.