You have try this recipe if you want an appetizer or a side dish with attitude. The fragrance of the spices combined with the moist chicken is a marriage made in heaven!
Do you want something quick and nutritious to eat? You can’t go past a frittata for a delicious protein hit that you can have for breakfast, lunch with a simple salad or dinner. How versatile is that?
This is a recipe from Nyanyake Fatima, an old Swahili friend and a neighbour in Malindi, the town I grew up in. Nyanyake Fatima (Granny Fatima) was famous for her black eyed beans bhajia.
Samosa or sambuus as we call it in Somali is a deep fried triangular shaped pastry filled with meat and spices. It is commonly made for afternoon tea – asariya.
If you want something that is quick and easy to make you can’t go past corn in coconut sauce. This is one of those dishes that taste so complex that you’d think it takes massive effort to prepare. In fact what you do is literally put everything into the pot and enjoy the easy fruit of your labour!