The month of January is the longest month to many because they spend most of their money during the festive season. Therefore buying even meat every evening is a challenge.
Here's is how you can compensate meat with good sukuma wiki for your family.
2 bunches Sukuma Wiki(cut into thin shreds)
1/2 large Onion(sliced)
Salt and pepper
Royco cube/Knorr sukuma wiki cube(optional)
1. Cook the onion and garlic with little oil in a suitable pan/pot until soft or translucent and golden brown
2. Add the sukuma and stir.
3. Allow to cook while covered for about 2 minutes then stir again.
4. Add the salt and pepper at this point as well as the diced tomatoes.
5. Stir to allow to cook further for about 2 more minutes or until the sukuma wiki is cooked.
Note, skip the salt and pepper If you are using the ROYCO cubes
-Add the cubes by crushing with the fingers and mix into the vegetables.
- Taste and add more of the cube until you get your desired taste.
Serve hot as a side dish or with UGALI.
Enjoy your meal.
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