Delicious Home Recipes
If you are not yet rich, you probably don’t have a personal Michelin Chef whipping up heaven for you three times a day. So isn’t it comforting to know that you can at the very least find delicious home recipes that even the most undomesticated can follow and satisfy most palletes?
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That means that God sends like Omphile Moiloa can take your rookie kaboose and make it look like it belongs to someone who actually knows what they’re doing in the kitchen.
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She makes delicious home recipes with ingredients you can find in any grocery store worthy of a good reputation.
They’re also incredibly easy to follow:
Method: chop your onions, chillies and peppers. Slice your chorizo and put in a pan to fry off. Add your turmeric, garlic, curry powder and herbs. Then add your rice and let that fry a little with all your spices. Add just enough water to cover the rice. Let that simmer for 15 minutes.
Once the rice has soaked up the water add the prawns and peas. Then add half a cup of coconut milk. I chose to add coconut milk just to add that Portuguese touch. Add your pepper and salt according to your taste then cover that up for a further 5 minutes on a low heat. Once your prawns have curled up then it’s ready.
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