I love this classic combination of fish fingers and chips with my easy peasy tartar sauce. I do sometimes go the long way and make some mayonnaise from scratch, but sometimes I like to cheat too. So this is my quick and simple version, yet so delicious!
Who doesn’t like a barbecue? That char flavour on the meat is just heavenly. However, sometimes you just don’t have the energy to fire up the jiko and that’s when my recipe comes in handy. This barbecue pork fried rice was a favourite at my dinner table. The pork was so good that my husband ate a lot of the barbecue pork by itself. If you like, feel free to pull the meat apart, add some more barbecue sauce and enjoy it in a sandwich.
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.
This beef pilau recipe is one that you will get right every single time you make it. The aroma from this dish is inviting and warming, and it is an extremely popular Kenyan dish. Most pilau’s often have the same method of preparing the base, so once you get that right, you have mastered the art of making any type of pilau.
I absolutely love peri peri sauce and this recipe gets as close to the original Peri Peri sauce as you can get. I marinate chicken breasts in the peri peri sauce and grill it to give it a nice char on it.
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.