One Pot Red Lentil Chili

One of my favourite recipes when I need a big batch meal (think: leftovers for lunch, dinner, snacks) is Minimalist Baker's 1 Pot Red Lentil Chili. I love it because it's very adaptable - you can basically throw in whatever you have and it still tastes amazing. This week I made it with a few substitutions: 2 … Continue reading One Pot Red Lentil Chili

Baked Eggs, Sweet Potato Style

This morning's meal is a hybrid of a recipe from a fellow Canadian food blogger, Cookin Canuck, combined with a baked eggs recipe I've come to call my own as I can't remember where I got it. Making use of my new ramekins, I sautéed some red onion (didn't have yellow/white) and put them in the bottom … Continue reading Baked Eggs, Sweet Potato Style

Blueberry Muffin Cake

Blueberries. A near impossibility in South Sudan - unless you have access to the UNMISS commissary (like a duty free store) in Juba which occasionally stock frozen blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. At what cost you may be curious to know? A 450g bag for $6. Today's recipe came from a quick scan of Pinterest using … Continue reading Blueberry Muffin Cake

Non-Parfait Aduna Choco-Coco Oatmeal

My next recipe comes from one of my favourite health food brands, Aduna, which sells the wonderful baobab, cacao, and moringa super-ingredients. I've tried several of their products, including their super-food powders and their raw energy bars. One of the great things about Aduna is they have worldwide shipping, so you can get these anywhere! … Continue reading Non-Parfait Aduna Choco-Coco Oatmeal

Juba Pot Pies

One of my favourite ways to cook is in a ramekin. I used to have a colourful set of four last year when I lived in Freetown, but since I've lived in Juba I haven't been able to bake much of anything because I haven't had anything to do it in. Fortunately that's going to … Continue reading Juba Pot Pies