Years ago it was the milkshakes.
Now it’s the chickpea fritters that bring all the boys (and the girls) to Kelis‘ yard.
The singer has a brand new cookbook out, My Life on a Plate: Recipes from Around the World, and it’s filled with recipes that reflect her heritage growing up as well as other favorite ethnic cuisines.
Kelis’ fritters are tasty and easy to prepare, something that is especially valuable to the expectant mother of already one.
Her mixed ethnicity allowed her to learn a plethora of cooking styles from her parents, bringing Puerto Rican, Chinese and African-American tastes to the table. It doesn’t hurt that she’s also a trained Le Cordon Bleu chef.
Vegans already know the drill.
Substitute dairy yogurt for soy, coconut or some other plant-based variety.
Bring everyone to the yard this Meatless Monday with Kelis’ chickpea fritters at US Weekly.
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