Jollof Rice

One of the very first Nigerian foods I tried was Jollof Rice. From the first bite I took I was in love. Jollof rice is sort of like Spanish rice, except it is made with tomato stew (Nigerian stew, of course), and has spices like curry, thyme, ginger and bay leaf. It is rich and … More Jollof Rice

Caribbean Curry

To you this may seem like “just another” one of my curry recipes… but it’s not! Oh, just try it and you will realize how unique each curry recipe is! This curry has potatoes, and cumin and coriander! And most uniquely, it has tomatoes! Yes, this dish is definitely different from each of my other … More Caribbean Curry

Curry Chicken

Did I mention? I love curry! I have yet to try a curry dish that I have not liked. Granted, some are less superb than others… not all curries are created equal, but I love curry regardless. This is actually the very first curry dish I ever tried. My mom made it when I was probably … More Curry Chicken

Thai Pineapple Curry

I have been crazy about curry lately! I have tried many different types and loved them all! Some that i have tried have been a middle-eastern curry at a ward activity in December, curry fried rice in Nigeria, Hawaiian curry at a local restaurant, and now this Thai curry, which is not to be forgotten!  I … More Thai Pineapple Curry

Chicken Satay

Chicken Satay is a common street-vendor type of meat in Thailand. It is typically grilled on skewers and served with peanut sauce. This is my own take on Chicken Satay. Enjoy! Ingredients: 3 chicken breasts, cubed 3/4 cup coconut milk 2 TBS yellow curry 3 TBS Siracha sauce 3 TBS sugar 2 TBS cilantro leaves, … More Chicken Satay