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Pair Kenyan chips masala with githeri salad!

Savor the spirit of Kenya with our chips masala recipe – a delightful fusion of crispy fries and vibrant, spicy masala sauce. A beloved street-food staple that promises a flavorful escapade with every bite.
Prep Time: 20 mins.
Cook Time: 30 mins.
Total Time: 50 mins.
Servings: 2 individuals

• One teaspoon of turmeric
• Salt to taste
• Chili flakes
• One teaspoon of paprika
• One teaspoon of garam masala
• One kg of potatoes
• Bunch dhania (cilantro)
• Chili tomato sauce

1. Begin by sautéing the onions until they achieve a golden-brown hue.
2. Introduce tomatoes to the pan and continue to sauté.
3. Season with salt, garam masala, and paprika, blending well with the onions and tomatoes.
4. Integrate leftover fries into the mixture, followed by a dash of turmeric, ensuring fries are well-coated with the spice blend.
5. Lavishly drizzle with chili tomato paste and enhance the heat with a sprinkle of chili flakes.
6. Garnish the dish with a final flourish of freshly chopped dhania (cilantro).
7. Ready to enjoy – serve promptly and relish the flavors!

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Githeri salad

Githeri salad

Step into a refreshing Kenyan culinary experience with Githeri salad! A vibrant, nourishing ensemble of beans and maize, this salad not only brings forth a burst of flavors but also embraces the wholesome goodness of its ingredients.
Prep Time: 20 mins.
Cook Time: 0 mins.
Total Time: 20 mins.
Servings: 5 servings
• One lemon
• One avocado
• Three cups of boiled Githeri
• One cubed cucumber
• Two cubed carrots
• Salt and pepper to taste
• Two cubed tomatoes
• Bunch dhania (cilantro)

1. Combine all designated ingredients thoroughly in a mixing bowl.
2. Infuse with a fresh burst by squeezing in lemon juice.
3. Enhance flavors by sprinkling salt and pepper to taste.
4. Allow the salad to cool and flavors to meld by refrigerating for 30 minutes.
5. Serve chilled and enjoy your Githeri Salad with a refreshing zest!

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