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Mini Scones w/ Gochujang, Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Mozzarella

Ya girl finally got back in the kitchen last weekend and whipped up a few Airfryer recipes for you! Starting with this baby: Mini Scones w/ Sun-Dried Tomato, Gochujang & Mozarella. These are very easy to make and bake in the Philips Airfryer. Normally it takes me about 10 mins in an oven, but these were done in 7 mins! Plus, they came out perfectly crisp and soft & fluffy in the middle. Check out this recipe with a Korean twist and hope you enjoy!

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Chicken Katsu w/ Hindustani Masala

This Japanese meal has my heart, because it combines a fried chicken cutlet with a delicious and fragrant cury sauce! And this sauce is extra special y’all because it’s made with Hindustani Masala which has a more intense flavour than the regular curry spices. Try it yourself and let me know what you think 😉

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Vegan Roasted “Chicken” w/ Oyster Mushrooms

On my Instagram account I’ve shared this recipe with a REEL where I uploaded the music from that famous French Arabic guy. What these two have in common? Absolutely nothing…

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Japanese Style Smoked Salmon Dip

Every chip needs a dip! And this Japanese Style Smoked Salmon fits perfectly with the Fried Seaweed Chips I also made. You can also add this “dip” on top of some Sushi rice, in a wrap of sandwich. Go crazy and whip it up!

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Fried Seaweed Chips

Easy peasy snacking is made simple with just a few ingredients. If you love sushi than these snacks are for you!

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Chicken Kheema (Minced Meat) w/ Rice

This comforting and easy Chicken Kheema dish is something I make when I want to eat a flavorful meal with chicken, and which is done is 20 minutes. Chicken mince cooks faster and the leftovers can be eaten on a bun, or you can even stuff it in the roti. Whichever way you prefer to eat it, it will be mind blown ;-)

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Lamb Shank Curry w/ Coconut Milk

This fragrant Lamb Shank Curry w/ Coconut Milk is one to make when you want to take good care of yourself and need some soul satisfying food. I made this for myself and enjoyed it with roti and the next day with rice. It takes a bit of time, but the result is worth the wait and if you make this the day before all the flavours incorporate better. Try it soon!

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Hindustani Chicken Masala (YouTube Video)

In my second cooking video, I slightly modified the concept to stay closer to myself and share my favorite Surinamese and Asian dishes. But I will also show you which restaurants or trends I am inspired by, because in this series I want to Cook with LOBI (LOVE)!

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