Ever wonder what bloggers eat & drink during a week? This. Well at least if it’s press week and sometimes even if it’s not…
It’s always a pleasure being out with this beautiful soul. Had to share some photos of our night out not long ago…We drank delicious virgin drinks.Ate lots of tasty food!Polly <3!
Outfit of the evening, very casual.
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Exploring vegan cooking
What one does when bored…
I’m no fan of meat so therefor I’ve decided to try eating more vegetarian and sometimes even vegan food. I’m changing most of my and Kerr Jollof cookery to be vegan based with an easy option of adding meat as I know the rest of my family and many clients like their chops of various meat. I haven’t been a fan of as I say, ”meat meat” in years and nowadays not even chicken tastes good. Fish and seafood I guess I’ll always love that…
Here’s how to do my quick and easy fake fried yellow rice with vegan minced stu.
Fake fried yellow rice
Boil your rice just as you would any other day but add 1-2 table spoons of tumeric and parsily. Just before the rice is done add veggies for broke bishes (meaning non frozen veggies) and stir them in to your rice. Season it the way you like, I mainly use the same spices as always for everything.
Vegan minced stu
Use the amount of vegan minced meat that you prefer and fry it together with some chopped onions. Add some ready bought salsa, tomato paste and some of that frozen veggie goods. Season as you like and leave it to cook for a while.
Serve it as you like, I prefer adding some salad and beans. For meat eaters just switch the vegan meat to whichever you like…
Ok so one thing I love doing is cooking and coming up with my own recipes. It might have something to do with me always having to go my own way but I’ll save that discussion for a date with a therapist one day!
I made this delicious(!) omelette the other day and it’s a perfect breakfast or late night snack according to me. Or why not include it on your brunch table!
Aysha’s boujee omelette
A dash of milk
Some mushrooms & fresh veggies of your liking
Season as you like, I used salt, black pepper, barbecue seasoning & hot sauce.
Fry the mushrooms and veggies in butter whilst mixing eggs with cheese and milk in a bowl.
Then pour the eggs on top of the veggies and fry for a few minutes on a low heat.
Before the eggs are done put some fajita bread on top of it making sure it covers the entire pan and then put the whole pan in the oven on 150*. I was too lazy to put the fajita bread properly the day I took these photos, as you can see.
Let it cook in the oven for a bit and then turn it upside down.
Now serve with pretty much whatever you like!