Hello friends, today we’ll get into the kitchen, and the person taking us to the kitchen is my fellow writer, mom and friend -Tricia Wanjala. Tricia is also a natural hair enthusiast – you may know her from the group ‘Tricia’s Naturals’ on Facebook. And she’s a great cook too! So today, Tricia, a mother of one, shares this tasty Ndengu stew recipe with us. Take notes and give it a try 😊. And if you too have a recipe you’d like to share with other readers, you can email it to me: email@example.com
- Ndengu 1 small bag
- 3 large onions finely chopped
- 5 cloves garlic
- 1 finger ginger
- Cooking oil
- 5 tomatoes
- 1 tsp tomato paste
- 1 medium sized carrot (optional)
- Chicken stock cube (optional)
- 1 cup coconut milk
- 2 tbsp curry powder
- 1/2 tsp Thai fish sauce (optional)
- Soak the ndengu for minimum 1 hour, then boil until very soft. Discard any remaining water
- Fry onions until caramelized (medium brown)
- Add ginger and garlic
- Add finely grated/mashed tomatoes
- After tomatoes begin to turn dark red, add finely grated carrot
- Once carrot is soft and the tomato mixture is done, add in coconut milk and seasoning/cube
- Stir well and add the well drained ndengu
- Stir and cook until well-coated with the sauce
- When it starts to stick a little, add in boiling water until it reaches your desired thickness
- Simmer for a few more minutes and add finely chopped dhania/parsley
- Check seasoning and serve.
So that’s Tricia’s (pictured) tasty ndengu stew recipe – I hope you’ll get to try it out. What will you accompany the ndengu stew with?
In my house, one of the favorite accompaniment for ndengu stew is chapatis. We all love that combination. Rice also is a good accompaniment.
I know there are some people who love having ndengu with ugali, and I recently discovered that some people love their ndengu with spaghetti! 😮 Ok to be honest I don’t know about that… How about in your home? What’s the favorite ndengu accompaniment?
Meanwhile, do you know how to cook tasty omena? Have a look at this: How to Make Omena. You’ll love it!
You may also like: How to Make Banana (Matoke) Fries.
Do you have a recipe you’d like to share with other moms? Send it to me with me on firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll share it with fellow readers.
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