Breadfruit is a popular tropical fruit that can be eaten boiled or made into curries and other various preparations. It is packed with Vitamin C, although I believe most of it get destroyed in processing and cooking. I’ve used it in this recipe as I had a bit of left over. To boil, remove all
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I’ve been reading quite a few articles about the benefits of the Aloe vera plant recently and I’ve decided to eat it on a regular basis now. The main reason for eating Aloe vera is because it increases resistance to disease. It fights infections and is very good for the skin as well. I’m currently
I decided to make this banana pear spiced cake this afternoon after my mum brought home some 10 very ripe pears. They were too ripe to eat. So I decided to mix them with a banana for more flavour. I wasn’t planning on making this a turnover cake and was going to incorporate the fruits
Ingredients: 9 lasagna sheets Filling: 1 big aubergine sliced Hoi Sin sauce (vegan) 250g fresh sliced mushrooms (of your choice, I used a mixed of oyster mushrooms and the normal white ones) 100g fresh spinach leaves 2 tablespoon vegetable oil Salt Sauce: 2 tins (800g) of tomato puree 1 medium sized chopped onion 1 teaspoon
These dal fritters commonly known as gateau piment (meaning chilli cake) in Mauritius are a popular snack similar to falafels or Indian lentil vada. They are made smaller and with yellow split pea dal instead of chick peas. Dal Chilli Friters Gateau piment Ingredients 250g yellow split dal, soaked for at least 8 hours (preferably ovenight)
This is one of my favourite sweet recipe. Very easy to make and very yummy! Ingredients (8 servings): 250g polenta (the powder, not the ready made one) 125g sugar (demerara or light brown) 800ml water 1 teaspoon vanilla Dessicated coconut Some chopped nuts In a non-stick deep pan, add the polenta, sugar, water and vanilla.