Food and Recipes from Kenya


Vegetable Dishes
  • Easy Curry
  • Irio
  • Dry Potato and Pea Sak
  • Sukuma Wiki
  • Uppama
  • Vegetable Curry
  • Legumes & Lentils
  • Beans and Rice
  • Chana Masaladar
  • Curried Mung Beans
  • Green Gram Curry
  • Green Gram Soup
  • Khitcherie
  • Mbaazi
  • Millet Patties
  • Spiced Kidney Beans
  • Toovar Dal
  • Urad and Kidney Bean Dal
  • Breads & Grains
  • Chapati
  • Corn Pones
  • Fermented Uji
  • Indian Chapati (Naan)
  • Mandazi
  • Muthya
  • Pakoras
  • Spiced Rice
  • Ugali
  • Uji

  • Snacks/Desserts
  • Chicken and Beef Samosas
  • Roasted Peanuts
  • Mandazi
  • Vegetable Samosas
  • Beverages
  • Chai

  • Articles

    Alternate Names for Foods
    American, British, Indian, and Swahili names for food.

    Beer Advertisement
    A beer advertisement from a Kenyan newspaper.

    Dinnertime in Kenya
    Dinnertime in Kenya has a few rituals. Learn about them here.

    Dinnertime Recipes
    Three recipes for common dishes found in most Kenyan homes.

    Poison Brew
    An illegal alcoholic brew has killed 137 people and blinded many others. Learn more about this Kenyan style moonshine.

    Tea Time in Kenya
    Chai is possibly the favorite beverage in Kenya. Learn about this yummy beverage and how to make it.

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