This is a great dish for those hot summer days. It's one of my kids' favorite meals to eat. Plus it's so quick and easy to cook...that it's ready in a few minutes. Check out this recipe, plus all the other great crafts/recipes that have been linked up with our travels around the world with our series Around the World in 12 Dishes. #jugglingwithkids #japan #recipe #somen
Mbaazi Wa Nazi (Pigeon Peas in Coconut Milk) from Food.com: Mbaazi wa Nazi (Pigeon Peas with Coconut) are the Swahili way to prepare this popular tropical pulse. The pigeon pea is evidently native to Africa or Asia. In Egypt, the cultivation of pigeon peas began before 2000 B.C. Today pigeon peas are widely cultivated in all tropical and semi-tropical regions the world over, and are especially popular in India and the Caribbean.
Kenyan spread -- chapatis, chicken stew, rice, fresh veggies... Each of the 42 ethnic groups has its own particular menu, and many are overlapping influence each other. This kind of spread, though, is what one can find on many a Nairobi table.
Kachumbari Salad. This is a kenyan delicacy and is mainly eaten all the time with food with gravy or mainly NyamaChoma. You can have this either Hot or Mild. The recipe below is with the mild version. Add salt as per your taste on this :) Yummy