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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Ugali Sukuma Wiki Traditional Kenyan Recipe

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Ugali Sukuma Wiki Traditional Kenyan Recipe

Ugali is a dish made of various types of flours cooked in boiling liquid into soft dough. Ugali is the most common staple starch in the recipes of the African Great Lakes region and Southern Africa. In the African Great Lakes region and many parts of East Africa, sukuma wiki or collard greens is a common dish. The word for word translation of the phrase sukuma wiki is to push the week since it is a vegetable that is affordable. Sukuma wiki is usually eaten together with Ugali for dinner in the African Great Lakes region and many parts of East Africa.

Sukuma Wiki Collard Greens Recipe

Ingredients:
2 pounds collard greens, chopped
1 cup vegetable broth
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 large white onion, chopped
3 ripe tomatoes, chopped
Salt to taste

Directions:
In a large pot, add oil heat on medium high then add onions saute 2 minutes. Add greens and vegetable broth, stir well, cover and cook until greens are soft, 20 minutes. Add tomatoes and salt, cook covered 5 minutes. Serve with ugali.

Easy Ugali Recipe

Ingredients:
4 cups finely ground cornmeal
8 cups water

Directions:

Heat water to boiling in a saucepan. Slowly pour the corn flour into boiling water. Avoid forming lumps. Stir continuously and mash any lumps that do form. Add more corn flour until it is thick as soft bread dough. Serve immediately with sukuma wiki collard greens, stew, or any dish you would use a spoon with to soak up sauce, ugali is bland tasting on its own.

Sukuma Wiki means to stretch the week and Ugali is a rather low-priced dish therefore Ugali and Sukuma Wiki is an inexpensive meal you would cook when you are between paychecks.


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