2oog dried omena
1 large chopped onion
3 large ripe chopped tomatoes
A bunch of finely chopped coriander leaves
Wash the omena with warm water and leave it to soak for about 2 minutes. Squeeze off the extra water from the omena and set it aside.
Pour two spoonfuls of cooking oil in a sufuria and set it on medium heat.
Add the omena and stir it until it turns golden brown then remove from the heat.
Place another sufuria with a spoonful of oil on heat and put the chopped onions in the sufuria. Let the onions turn golden brown
Add tomatoes and stir well until they are tender and crushed
Add the omena and mix well. Add a salt too and stir
Add the coriander leaves, stir for 1 minute and remove from the heat.
You can serve it with vegetables, ugali or just eating it on its own as a snack.
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