Crunchies — Traditional South African Oatmeal Cookie Bars
Crunchy, chewy, toasted-oat-and-coconut squares of goodnessMakes about 48 2-inch bars or 56 smaller bars
Ethiopian Feast: The 5 Recipes (Whew!)
Check out this recipe on my new and improved website: thewalkingcookbook.com Ethiopian food is served on a piece of injera, with many dishes to try One of the benefits of life in New York is the bounty of cuisines that it boasts. I use the word cuisine to refer to a set of culinary ingredients, styles, and techniques, all of which can be linked to a specific region (Japanese food, Southern food, Amazonian food), dietary preference (vegetarian, gluten-free, raw), dining culture (street food…
How to Make East African Chapati
How to Make East African Chapati. Here is a simple recipe showing how to make chapati the way it is made in most of East Africa (Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi). Pour the flour in a big enough bowl.
Mmmm... - Chapatti
We've added another side dish to go along with our Uganda Rice and Beans night. Chapatti is a staple in Uganda as well. It is super cheap and fairly easy to make. Everything you need is pictured below: 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour 1 cup all-purpose Flour 2 TBSP Olive Oil 1 tsp Salt (optional) 3/4 - 1 cup Warm Water DIRECTIONS: Mix the wheat and white flour together w/ salt in bowl w/ wooden spoon. Add the oil and warm water. Just enough to make it doughy but not sticky. Lightly flour the…
Nayaral wari Matoke - Matoke in Spicy Coconut Sauces
Ingredients 1 table spn vegetable oil 1 small onion; chopped fine 1 peeled tomatoes; chopped finely 2 cloves garlic - minced 1 inch ginger - grated 2 chillis - minced 1/2 tspn tumeric 1 200g can coconut milk 1/2 cup water 4 - 5 matoke (green bananas from Uganda); peeled and cut in 2 inch chunks salt to taste fresh coriander for garnish Method Heat the oil in a pan, add the onions and fry until golden brown Add the tomatoes, garlic, ginger and chillies, stir until for a few minutes until it…
Uganda -- G-Nut Sauce (Ugandan Peanut Sauce with Chickpeas)
Ugandan Peanut sauce is easy to make, creamy and delicious. Served here with mashed sweet potato and chickpea-spinach sauté. Get the recipe!!
These Ugandan dishes will to blow your mind away
Unfortunately, not much of African cuisine is appreciated outside of Africa, for truth be told, it is indeed carb-rich. But it is delicious alright!