Dating kenyan man

07-Oct-2019 18:10

Stews are mainly served for lunch and dinner, they can either be vegetarian like maharagwe (a tasty bean dish with onions, tomatoes and spices all boiled together, making a thick bean sauce) or a meat stew, normally goat.

Served with the ugali and stew is a vegetable dish made from kale, onions and tomatoes called skuma wiki (which literally translated means stretch the week).

Kenyan breakfasts tend to be a fairly sparse meal compared to Western ones.

Generally, most Kenyans start their day with Chai (Swahili word for tea), this is usually very milky and sweet.

The traditional food of Kenya, is as mixed and diverse as its tribe's, history and landscapes.

Each tribal area has its own specialities, but below are some of the most common dishes that you can sample whilst on your travels in Kenya.

Both the tea and coffee is so good, many travellers end up taking some home with them.

On special occasions, like weddings and feasts, the rice is transformed into a wonderful fragrant mound of colourful hues infused by the spices added like saffron, turmeric and cayenne plus nuts and dried fruits, it is a celebration of food, known as pilau rice (influenced by Indian cuisine probably dating back to when the Portuguese invaded with the aid of the Goans).Accompanying the chai is just a hunk of bread (mkate in Swahili) and maybe a piece of fruit.In more affluent households, in the city and coastal areas, youll find mandazi.The main staples of Kenyan cuisine are: Maize meal (called Ugali when cooked and unga when raw) and rice.Ugali is usually served as a white stiff porridge, good for dipping in stews or making into a makeshift spoon when you eat with your hands.

On special occasions, like weddings and feasts, the rice is transformed into a wonderful fragrant mound of colourful hues infused by the spices added like saffron, turmeric and cayenne plus nuts and dried fruits, it is a celebration of food, known as pilau rice (influenced by Indian cuisine probably dating back to when the Portuguese invaded with the aid of the Goans).

Accompanying the chai is just a hunk of bread (mkate in Swahili) and maybe a piece of fruit.

In more affluent households, in the city and coastal areas, youll find mandazi.

The main staples of Kenyan cuisine are: Maize meal (called Ugali when cooked and unga when raw) and rice.

Ugali is usually served as a white stiff porridge, good for dipping in stews or making into a makeshift spoon when you eat with your hands.

Which is a kind of deep fried dough similar to an unsweetened doughnut, that tastes and smells divine.