One of the most popular Kenyan meat dishes is pilau rice with beef stew. Beef stew’s preparation requires beef, carrots, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, coriander, black pepper, curry powder, cooking oil, and seasoning salt. As for the pilau rice, you need rice, water, pilau masala, green peas, tomatoes, onions, oil, and salt. Except this one, you can have a dish that originates from the people living along the Kenya Coast and which is called wali wa nazi, or coconut rice. For this, you need uncooked rice, grated white meat of one large coconut, water, and salt. As far as oysters mombasa is concerned, this contains wine garlic sauce which can be obtained by combining a half of cup of melted butter, 4 cloves of finely minced garlic, one cup of chablis, chopped parsley, fresh ground pepper, tabasco, and salt.
When preparing omena fish stew, one should always know he needs dried fish, water, cooking oil, tomatoes, onions, milk, and salt. As for biriani, another dish originated from the Kenya Coast, in order to prepare it, you need meat like mutton leg, a lean cut of beef, chicken or goat, potatoes, onions, rice, pawpaw, tomatoes, garlic, limes, sour milk or yogurt, fresh green ginger, cloves, cardamom pods, cinnamon, cumin and coriander seeds, black pepper, tomato paste, and cooking oil. Matoke is a dish originated in Uganda, but adopted by Kenyan people, which consists of matoke (plantain bananas), lemon juice, onions, butter, coriander leaves, chilli, beef stock. Other Kenyan dishes are irio, githeri, mutura and mahu, chapati, vegetable samosa, maandazi, chapatis, sukuma wiki, or garam masala.
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