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Sukuma-Wiki-Plus

Sukuma Wiki Plus

I love a simple Sukuma Wiki with Ugali and can eat it over and over again every day. This Sukuma Wiki Plus is enriched with the new Iron Fortified Royco Beef Cubes to get your iron up and tastes amazing. For Vegetarians, skip the cubes and add salt instead.

Kenyan-Style-Goat-Pilau

How to Cook a Kenyan Style Goat Pilau

The best thing about the Kenyan Style Goat Pilau is the perfect marriage of the tender goat meat with the spiced rice. This dish is a burst of flavour and a whole meal in itself. This dish is known to be best cooked by the women of the Kenyan Coastal region, but it’s so simple to make and I’m sure this will be one of those recipes that will be made very often in your home.

Matumbo-Wet-Fry-Tripe

Matumbo Wet Fry (Tripe)

In Kenya, matumbo (tripe) is very affordable and it is actually really delicious if done well. Matumbo wet fry is often served with Ugali. My recipe requires you to boil the matumbo for 3-4 hours or until tender, but if you are in a hurry, you can use a pressure cooker and that will take you less than half an hour.

Mbuzi-choma

Mbuzi Choma (Kenyan Barbecued Goat)

If you have lived in Kenya or visited the country, Mbuzi Choma (barbecued Goat meat) or Nyama Choma is something you must have had at least once. The meat is cooked over an open flame and traditionally served with ugali, kachumbari (a tomato and onion salad) and some salt. You just lightly dip the meat into the salt and enjoy the simple flavours.

Mandazi-ya-maji

Mandazi ya Maji

Some may call it puff puff, mandazi ya kumimina, kaimati without the sugar syrup or even mandazi ya maji. Whatever you want to call it, these little puffed balls of deliciousness are an amazing snack for any time of the day with a nice hot cup of tea.

Pika Chakula
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