Chicken curry with rice is just comfort food for me. I love the simple flavours in this dish that pair so well with some steamed rice or chapati’s. My recipe is a a Kenyan style chicken curry that is also sometimes referred to as Dhania chicken in a lot of restaurants around Kenya.
I love the aroma and taste of any biryani.. and even though this brown rice chicken biryani takes so much time to cook, it has to be one of my favourite meals to cook and almost the only thing that comes to my mind when I am super hungry. This dish is a perfect combination of flavours and goes really well with some natural yoghurt and pickled lemons.
Mutton Biryani is yet another Biryani that is a beautiful fusion of taste, aroma and tender meat served on a fragrant rice. This version is a speciality of the Kenyan Coastal region whereby the meat is served on top of the rice.
There is something so special about eating Kienyeji chicken. For me, maybe it’s the fact that it takes so long to cook, but is tender to perfection. I serve my kienyeji chicken wet fry with a peanut butter sukuma wiki that goes perfectly well with Ugali.
The name says it all. This recipe is an amazing combination of chicken breasts stuffed with sukuma wiki and spinach that is enhanced in flavour using the new Royco Iron Fortified Beef Cubes and cooked in a rich coconut sauce. I serve mine with mashed potato but it goes really well with some steamed rice or ugali too.
Mutton kebabs coated in maize meal and fried are the best party snack ever. Most families have their version of a kebab family recipe, but this one here is special. It gets crispy on the outside and super delicious on the inside.