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Mtuzi Wa Samaki = Kenyan Fish Curry . . 3 tbs oil; 2 to 2.5 lb. Fish filets; 1 Onion; 2 Red or green bell peppers; 6-8 cloves Garlic; 1 cup Tomatoes; 1.5 cups Coconut milk; 2-3 tsp Garam masala or curry powder; 1-2 tbs Tamarind paste or lemon juice; Salt and pepper

Mtuzi Wa Samaki = Kenyan Fish Curry . . 3 tbs oil; 2 to 2.5 lb. Fish filets; 1 Onion; 2 Red or green bell peppers; 6-8 cloves Garlic; 1 cup Tomatoes; 1.5 cups Coconut milk; 2-3 tsp Garam masala or curry powder; 1-2 tbs Tamarind paste or lemon juice; Salt and pepper

Kachumbari is a common salad eaten in various African countries including Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Congo and.... you guessed it... Chad!!

Kachumbari is a common salad eaten in various African countries including Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Congo and.... you guessed it... Chad!!

Potjiekos comes from South Africa and literally means "little pot food." Potjiekos was created by the Voortrekkers, a group of Pioneers in the 1830's and 1840. They traveled into the southern part of the country and would put into the pot what ever game they killed and if they were lucky some vegetables. The modern version uses meat, potatoes, various vegetables, and ever pasta. The cook adds water and some alcohol, usually bear, and leaves to simmer. Unlike stews the pot is not stirred.

Potjiekos comes from South Africa and literally means "little pot food." Potjiekos was created by the Voortrekkers, a group of Pioneers in the 1830's and 1840. They traveled into the southern part of the country and would put into the pot what ever game they killed and if they were lucky some vegetables. The modern version uses meat, potatoes, various vegetables, and ever pasta. The cook adds water and some alcohol, usually bear, and leaves to simmer. Unlike stews the pot is not stirred.

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