Coffee Chicken from Kenya


Some food memories stay with a longer than others. This is one such. And I promise, you invite guests on it, so they can never guess what you spiced up with. And they will ask for the recipe before they go home. Chicken and coffee match very well together. This time I added beans and…

Coffee chicken – Swedish style


Yes I continue with coffee in the food, not with the food. Quick-cooked and easy. And with amazing flavors. Swedish style of coffee chicken 2 pieces skinless chicken 100ml cream 100ml Turkish yogurt 1 teaspoon instant coffee 40ml dark soy sauce 0.25 teaspoon Harissa pepper Stir it all together. Place the chicken in an ovenproof…

Coffee chicken


To begin with, I have not gone mad, no more than usual anyway. When you prepare this dish so spread a sweet fragrance throughout the house. The food when served, will disappear at once! Expect that your guests will be very surprised when they hear that they have used coffee as a spice. 🙂 Roasted…

Cafe Touba – Gambian spicy Coffee


  When I was in The Gambia , West Africa , a few years ago so I drank often this coffee. It really is very good and tastes fantastic. However, I am not so clever as they pour between the cups as long jets of water . But it tastes great anyway. It took a…

Panna cotta with Tonka beans and coffee – wonderful combination


This weekend I have not done much. Got a bout of laziness. Fixed a dessert, it was anyway. Did a panna cotta with tonka beans and coffee. And a wonderful good Lamb stew with lots of wonderful spices (recipe coming soon) 2 tonka bean grated 400 ml cream 1 tablespoon instant coffee 100 ml jelly…

Chicken with cacao, coffee and chili


Coffee, chocolate and chili are three things I can not be without. And to think that the three fits so well with the chicken.   3 pieces of chicken 1 teaspoon of Santa Maria Cacao & chilli salt, pepper oil 1 tablespoon instant coffee 200 ml water Boil the water with the coffee. Season the…

Coffee cooked beef


Coffee + beef = true Yes the two work perfectly together. Might sound a bit strange but I promise, it’s so good. 500 g beef into chunks 1 stock cube salt pepper 1 tablespoon soy sauce 3 tablespoons instant coffee powder about 1 liter of water 1 tbsp flour + water Boil the water with…

Coffee Chicken from Kenya


Please, do not wrinkle your nose and shake your head when you read the title. To cook food so should you dare, dare to try, dare to jump into the unknown. Although it is safe and secure with the usual, it does not mean that the unknown is bad and horrible. If you do not…