Kentucky fried potatoes recipe

Here are the secret ingredients for the spice mix:


  • 75 g plain flour
  • 2 tsp (teaspoon) salt
  • 1 tsp oregano
  • 1 tsp basil
  • 1 tsp sage
  • 1 tsp marjoram
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tsp garlic powder

▶ Awesome Kentucky Fried Potatoes Recipe – Titli’s Busy Kitchen – YouTube.

Eton mess recipe (for a delicious straberry dessert!)

▶ Eton Mess Recipe (Strawberries, Cream, Meringue) – Titli’s Busy Kitchen – YouTube.

Eton Mess was created at the famous English school Eton College in Windsor, England, and was traditionally served at the school’s annual prize giving celebration every 4th of June. Eton College was founded in 1440 by King Henry IV and has a long list of distinguished pupils, including Prime Minister David Cameron and Prince William.

The name Eton Mess was taken from two parts; the first word, Eton, was obviously taken from the name of the school, Eton College, where the dessert originated. The word “mess” refers to the appearance of the dish, as its appearance is not very tidy. In addition, the word “mess” also refers to a mixture of ingredients that are either cooked together, eaten together or both.

There is a legend that the recipe came to be invented after a Labrador dog sat on a picnic basket at Eton, crushing a strawberry pavlova… but this seems to be just a story.

Nigerian chicken pie

Makes 15 medium sized yummy Chicken Pies

Nigerian Chicken Pie Filling:

•300g of minced chicken breast

•a medium-sized onion

•a little garlic/garlic powder(optional)

•2 medium-sized carrots

•2 medium-sized Irish potatoes

•a cooking spoonful of Vegetable Oil

•Seasoning of choice (but preferably)-bouillon cubes (Maggi / Knorr cubes), a teaspoon of thyme, a teaspoon of curry

•2 tablespoons of plain flour(to make a binder)

•Cool water — 200ml

•Salt — to taste

Nigerian Chicken Pie Dough:

•Plain Flour — 500g

•Baking Powder — 1 teaspoon

•Salt — 3\4 teaspoon(a big pinch)

•Margarine — 200g

•CoolWater – about 75 ml