Curry Goat

Hello K’s Cuisine Cands, It’s been a minute here. How are you all doing? Like i wrote in my last post that i was going to post more recipes on what i did with the ingredients from the hamper from Grace foods UK, so here’s another recipe and it’s Carribean Curry goat.

Carribean curry goat is delicious and flavorful and what more? It’s made with goat meat. To me, any recipe that includes goat meat is a Let’s Cook

Curry goat

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5 tablespoons Dunn’s river Carribean curry powder

Goat meat with bone (Cut in cubes)


Scotch bonnet

1 table spoon Thyme

1 teaspoon black pepper


2 cloves Garlic

1 Peeled Potatoes

1 Cooking spoon Vegetable or Sunflower Oil


1) Wash the goat meat and season with a tablespoon of curry powder, scotch bonnet, spring onions, garlic, pepper. Cover with cling film and leave in the fridge for 2-6 hours.


2) Remove the seasoning from the goat meat and set aside

3) In a pot, heat oil on medium heat then add in the remaining 4 tablespoons of curry powder. Stir the curry powder in oil until it starts to change colour


Be Careful not to burn the curry.

4) Add in the marinated goat meat and stir for two minutes. Be careful not to burn the goat meat.


5) Add 3 cups of water, stir and cover the pot with lid.


6) Leave to cook on low heat for 90 minutes. If meat not tender after this time, add some more water, the seasoning removed from meat earlier and leave to cook for more time.

8) When meat is tender and pulling off bone, adjust seasoning and add potatoes in to thicken.


9) Simmer for 10 minutes and take off heat


Curry Goat is all ready. Enjoy with Rice and Peas.

Curry goat


Curry goat

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Scotch Bonnet Cake

Hello Cands, It’s been a minute. How have you all been? I’ve been good myself but my laptop went burst on  me plus I have been so busy in the last few weeks. Laptop is now up and running and here I am now 🙂

So, it was Carribean food week  August 24th-31st and Grace foods UK sent me a hamper of goodies to create some recipes with. Grace foods UK are the UK’s largest supplier of Carribean foods and drinks.

I have created some recipes with the ingredients and one is Scotch bonnet cake. Yes you read that right. Scotch bonnet Cake! Bake with me:


Preparation time: 25 minutes

Baking time: 20 minutes (Cupcakes)

Total time: 45 minutes


250g butter

250g sugar

5 medium eggs

250g flour

1 whole scotch bonnet

3 tablespoon  Dunn’s river coconut milk


1) Rinse the scotch bonnet, deseed and blend with coconut milk

2) In a bowl, add the butter and sugar and beat with electric mixer till it’s fluffy and turns pale.


IMG_83533) Break the eggs into a bowl and beat lightly.


4) Add the eggs to the butter/sugar mixture very slowly while still mixing with electric mixer. This is to prevent the mixture from curdling.


5) Pour in the coconut milk/scotch bonnet mixture


6) Add flour to the mixture by folding it in with a big spoon. Do not over mix the batter. Add in 2 more tablespoons of coconut milk


7) Grease a baking pan and layer with baking sheet and for cupcakes put cupcake cases in cupcake tin. Pour batter into lined baking pan and bake in pre heated oven for 30 minutes or till cake is done.


K‘s Cuisine tip: To check if cake is done, dip a toothpick or skewer in the middle of the cake, if it comes out clean then the cake is ready. If it comes out wet then leave to bake some more.

When the cake is done, take it out of the oven and let it cool for about 20 minutes.

IMG_8375 See how fluffy the cake is? The coconut milk did good.


You can top with scotch bonnet fresh cream or buttercream like I did below (Recipe coming soon).

scotch bonnet cake

The cake was yummy, fluffy and so delicious. The scotch bonnet was a hit and I totally loved the taste. Watch out for more recipes I did with the ingredients


You can check out carribeanfoodweek page on facebook at or their twitter @Carribeanfoodwk.

Don’t forget to tag me on instagram @kscuisine and facebook when you try the recipe.

Till my next post, stay blessed

” Food is our common ground, a universal experience.”- James Beard


The Little Essex Cookout

Exactly one month ago on the 5th of July 2014, a group of ladies gathered at Cowdray hall in Grays Essex for a cookout tagged ‘The little Essex Cookout’.

The Cookout was aimed at socialising, networking, all things food, merrying and raising money for charity. It was put together by some lovely ladies namely: Funmi Adegoke, Olukemi Amusa of K’s Cuisine , Hariat Tumi Orimole, Omotunde Bola Adewusi, Lola Sotonwa, Abolly Abolanle, Bunmi of Cooking Enthusiast and Olubunmi Fajinmi-Alewi.

It was a fun filled day with lots of food, drinks, music, gifts and prizes. We had over 40 attendees (we had cut off at 50 as we didn’t want too many people as a first) and our sponsors who gave us gifts, their services among other things included Kemi Kings, Rayo Abe of Panari, Bantuway, Dj Remiz, Bola Adeduro, Olayemi Oyewo of Hcube events.

Not only did attendees have fun eating and socializing, we raised about £736 for our chosen charity which was the Sickle cell society.

Take it from me Essex ladies can cook! we are generous and we rock! I am proud to be able to represent and contribute positively to the Essex community where I reside. You know as the saying goes..Charity begins at home’ 😊

Below are some of the pictures taken at the event. Enjoy.

Name tags for attendees in gold and black. Simple and lovely.


Cake made for the cookout by yours truly Olukemi Amusa of K’s Cuisine :). Feedback was it was moist, yummy and the design very creative 🙂

Cake by K's Cuisine
Cake by K’s Cuisine

Hummingbird cake by Funmi Adegoke was moist and yummy. Got us all humming and asking for more


Foods available at the cookout Included Suya, Kokoro, Gurundi, Coconut candy, vegetable salad, Jollof rice, fried rice, Ayamase, white rice, grilled chicken, peppered beef, chicken, fried fish, rice and peas, Jamaican curry goat, Ewa agonyin, Tuwo, ewedu, gbegiri, gizdodo and many more…

Suya by Annette
Suya by Annette



Coconut candy by Omotunde Bola Adewusi



Crunchy and yummy Kokoro by Funmi Adegoke

Kokoro by Funmi Adegoke
Kokoro by Funmi Adegoke

Little Essex cookout planners and director of sickle cell society John


Let it bling..lovely bracelets presented to planners by Funmi Adegoke. A token as appreciation of planners efforts.

Thank you gift from Funmi to planners
Thank you gift from Funmi to planners

And we flaunted it 🙂


Our more than capable MCs Annette and Yinka Ola. They were full of life, fun and entertaining. There was no dull moment with them. I rate them 10/10.



Yinka Ola came all the way from United States to grace the occasion.


Some winners of the raffle draw…


Winning big…




Not only does Essex ladies cook, we also can dance. Dj Remix throwing down Cool music


And we raised £738.65 for our chosen charity ‘The sickle cell society’ ! This to me was the best of it all!


Presenting the cheque to sickle cell Society.


Guess who?


Say Cheese….we actually said Garri (proudly Nigerian)


Pretty in Pink


Mrs Ev and K’s Cuisine


Our young planners. They had so much fun. Bless them


The feedback was great, everyone had fun and we look forward to next year’s event which will be bigger and better. On behalf of the planning Committee, I say thank you once again to our sponsors and everyone who attended and contributed in making it a success.

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” Love is not patronising and charity isn’t about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same..with charity you give love, so don’t just give money but reach out your hand instead”- Mother Theresa.