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This African classic is a simple and fresh lunch that fills you up!
Ever feel like just eating something simple?
Yummy! Ready to eat!
1/8 cup red onion
1/8 cup green pepper.
1 peeled Roma Tomato (seedless)
1 clove garlic
2 tsp chopped jalapeno (about 1/2 jalapeno)
1 tsp chopped fresh cilantro
1 Tbsp lime juice
1/2 tsp salt
pepper to taste
Chop red onion, green pepper, garlic, jalapeno, cilantro…
Peel tomato and remove insides(to use in something else) and chop up small…
Add ingredients together…
Add salt, pepper and lime and mix…
*Optional ingredients – pickled jalapenoes and little juice, a dash of hot sauce, mango chopped small, papaya chopped small, etc…
Cut avocado in half and remove seed.
Cut avocado into squares without cutting skin
Leave avocado in peel and scoop salsa into seed hole
Boiled Green Plantain with Salsa and Hot Sauce Dip
Do you ever have those days where you just want to take it easy but the kids “gotta” eat?
Getting the cashew out of it’s skin is very difficult!
Roasted cashews are my FAVORITE!
This clip is the roasting process.
The oils in the skin are very flammable.
- Peel it. Boil it (with some salt). Eat with Kachumbari – Salad with Lime Dressing.
1 cup Mung/Muungi Beans
1 cup Coconut Milk canned or 1 cup shredded fresh coconut mixed with 1/2 cup water
3 Tbsp Sugar
Sort and clean the Mung beans.
Boil the Mung Beans for 25 minutes. Drain water.
Add Coconut milk or add fresh shredded coconut mixed with water. Add sugar and turn to medium. Don’t stir too much!
With the lid off let the mung beans come to a boil and then them down to low. Let simmer for 15 minutes. Don’t stir too much!
Enjoy with a cup of tea for breakfast, lunch or dinner.