Authentic Kenyan Holiday Delights
Nov04

Authentic Kenyan Holiday Delights

The holiday season is beckoning. This is the time we entertain or get entertained. As we do so, we try to ensure that we out do our friends by throwing the best party characterized by certain Kenyan holiday delights. In fact, should any of these dishes be missing from your offerings, then your party is considered a flop. To help you along, see below receipts of some of these authentic Kenyan dishes. Recipe for Ugali Ingredients (4...

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Culinary Herbs and their Remarkable Health Benefits
Aug13

Culinary Herbs and their Remarkable Health Benefits

How much do you know about the herbs you use in the kitchen daily? Herbs have the ability to turn bland and uninteresting meals to gourmet and delicious dishes. In addition, herbs have medicinal value that when used well it eases pains,aches and also protects against diseases. As part of Amaica’s healthy eating philosophy, herbs are part and parcel of our culinary process, we simply cannot do without them, these are such as...

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Mutura – African Sausages
Nov18

Mutura – African Sausages

Mutura is also referred to as African Sausage: It is a tiny pieces of Tripe Liver Mutton sauted on a dry pan with spring onions; with/without chillis and stuffed into the intestine part of the tripe for that firmness. Mutura was traditional prepared by the male folk during dowry negotiation ceremonies, then exclusively served to the female folk. This has however changed over the years and more people now enjoy mutura, whether at home...

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Going Back To Our Clay Pot Roots!
Sep28

Going Back To Our Clay Pot Roots!

Think of your grandmother’s cooking. Think of her maize and beans in an earthen pot that, without any spices or additives just has that real taste of food. Think of how when you were little you kept grabbing handfuls of the maize and beans and popping them into your mouth in enjoyment straight from the pot, hoping of course that your grandma didn’t catch you! (ok disclaimer here, you would need to be of a certain generation to relate...

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