06-03-2018 by redazione
Kebab is a word of Arab origin now known throughout the world.
But each country has its own recipe for these meatballs.
Here is the recipe of the Swahili coast, for this very popular dish that is never missing in the hot tables from Lamu to Ukunda.
26-01-2018 by redazione
Crab soup with ginger is a traditional dish of the Lamu archipelago.
The local population, especially on the island of Pate, usually eat this dish accompanied by coconut rice or chapati.
Here is the original recipe reworked by malindikenya. net
READ THE FOLLOWING RECIPE
09-01-2018 by redazione
Chicken with spices and lime is a tasty dish of land on the Kenyan coast.
Combining chicken with sweet-and-sour is a classic of Indo-Eastern cuisine, as well as pairing with ginger and turmeric.
In the restaurants and houses of Mombasa and Malindi it is not uncommon to find this dish accompanied by rice flavored with garam masala.
HERE IS THE RECIPE
12-12-2017 by redazione
In Kenya, potatoes are particularly tasty.
The local population loves them fries, so much so that they are the ideal side dish of the national dish, the "nyama choma" (meat grilled almost toasted).
But there are many other ways of cooking them.
One of the best known recipes of a side dish that can also become a unique dish, is that of the "Viazi vya rojo" (potatoes stewed).
Here is the preparation according to malindikenya. net
02-12-2017 by redazione
Chicken cooked "swahili style" is affected, like many dishes of the Kenyan coast, by ancient mixes and suggestions between India, Middle East and other countries that have frequented the Indian Ocean of Africa.
Here is the original recipe for this tasty dish of earth.
03-10-2017 by redazione
Zege (or Zegee) is a kind of salted omelette with potatoes and is one of the delicacies prepared by kiosks and fried food shops outside shops and on the edge of Kenya's streets, especially on the coast of Kenya. It can also be supplemented with other ingredients and become a real dinner.
Here is the recipe:
25-09-2017 by redazione
Vibibibi' are local pancakes made from rice and coconut milk.
"Vibibibi" in kiswahili means "ladies".
In the tradition of the Kenyan coast, they are used in particular for breakfast or as a sweet appetizer before lunch.
There are those who appreciate them also along with ice cream.
19-09-2017 by redazione
The goodness of the free-range chicken in Kenya is not a mystery. In most cases it is cooked simply grilled, but there are Swahili dishes that include other pleasant encounters of flavours. One of these is the tamarind chicken (kuku wa ukwayu).
EXCEPT THE RECIPE OF MALINDIKENYA. NET
14-09-2017 by redazione
Chutney is a typical sweet-and-sour British sauce made with fruit or green tomatoes. It is excellent as a sauce for flavouring meat and fish foods.
The British took her to Kenya during colonialism and tried the variants with exotic fruit. Here is the most famous example, the mango chutney.
FOOD IN KENYA
01-08-2017 by redazione
We know well the history and hardships of the African continent: a few strains and thousands of tribes scattered over an area of about 30 million square kilometers, which have paid a bitter duty to the evolution of the Western world, experiencing equal treatment in every corner of their land wild and sunny.
As well as the people and the nature, the kitchen was affected by European settlement, which has its roots even before the eighteenth century.
Arabs and Portuguese, Chinese and Indians, mostly merchants and adventurers, had already invaded the coast and sailed around the Cape of Good Hope, when the Old Continent decided to pitch tents in the forests, on the edge of the desert, at the foot of the mountains and the highlands, after working up the rivers and have discovered lakes and waterfalls.
25-05-2017 by redazione
The Githeri (or Mutheri) is a typical dish based on legumes, cereals and favacees, just of the kikuyu tradition, but also of Embu and Meru tribes.
Now the recipe is popular throughout Kenya's central region and has its variations on Lake Victoria and Rift Valley.
Here's the Githeri recipe.
20-09-2016 by redazione
"Samaki wa kupaka ya nazi", that is literally "Cubes of coconut fish" is a traditional Swahili dish from Kenya, which uses various spices of ancient Indian origin to give it a taste. A very tasty version includes the "madras", the most common version is the classic curry.
Here is the recipe.
05-02-2016 by redazione
Pilau rice is one of the most frequent unique dishes to be found in Kenya's restaurants, especially on the coast. The recipe is of Middle Eastern origin, but its Swahili variant is mainly widespread in Kenya and Tanzania and its fame has also reached South Africa and Ethiopia. Unlike the Indian one, it does not have curry and is less spicy, but spicy than the Arab one.
Here is the recipe.
05-12-2015 by redazione
Kenya's Swahili cuisine, as we know, is a mixture of the cultures and peoples that have landed on the coast, and the products of the territory they have learned to use. The example is provided by the use of coconut to boil and cream rice and by mango, which the English culture has also transformed into chutney sauce, using onions, spices and chilli peppers.
20-11-2015 by redazione
The kaimati are typical Kenyan sweets, and especially the Swahili coast, similar to our carnival tortelli.
They are often garnished with a caramelized icing and coated with white sugar.
HERE THE RECIPE
05-11-2015 by redazione
The coconut beans (maharagwe za nazi) are a poor but tasty and energetic dish of the tradition of the ethnic mijikenda that populates the Kenyan coast.
Depending on who prepares it, its taste and abundance of beans, it can be cooked as a soup (more brothy) or as a cream (with more coconut milk).
Follow the recipe.
20-09-2015 by redazione
"Muhogo wa Nyama" (meat with cassava) is a typical dish of Kenyan cuisine. The cassava is a tuber completely similar to the manioc, it is used to make flour or potatoes, both fried and stewed. Its taste reminds a bit of chestnut. In this case it may be an alternative to potatoes or green bananas for meat stew.
01-09-2015 by redazione
The chapati is a traditional bread brought to Kenya by the Indian tradition, but then evolved throughout the country and today prepared on the street, in poor places as well as in those of high level as an accompaniment for dishes.
Its simple and quick preparation makes it a tasty and filling dish to be paired with beans, vegetables or meat dishes and soups.
HERE THE RECIPE
05-01-2014 by redazione