Over the year the street business has been the source of income to many Kenyans. The street business are effective as the require less capital to start and the items sold are cheaper for the common mwana-nchi. The street food helps people to celebrate the Kenyans culture, one can have a bite of a delicious meal on the street with the remaining pocket change. Some of the common street meals including the following
This a common African sausage roasted in the street especially in evening, a piece of this sausage may cost a low as 10 shillings.
Roasted maize are also common on the street, the seller provide the buyers with a variety of taste by proving lemon and masala.
This is a delicious street snack in Kenya, the books eggs are usually keep warm, kachumbari source is also provided for a better taste.
Most smoking sellers also sell boiled egg. Kachumbari source, chillie and tomato sauce is also provided.
Chips mwitu is another common snack, they are fries accompanied by tomato source and in some cases kachumbari.
This a snacks commonly prepared in the coast region. Slightly boiled potatoes are coated with a mixture of eggs and flour the fried. They are very delicious.
Samosa are also commonly known as sambusa, they come in a variety of composition. The commonly prepared samosa include, the beef samosa, ndengu samosa, rice samosa and potato samosa.
Fresh fruit juice
Fruits and fruit juices are also common in the street, they are healthy and refreshing.
Roasted meat is also common in the street, commonly termed as "mshikaki". A variety of marinated stake is roasted by the street. The choma zones extend to chicken, goat meat and pork.
This street foods are very delicious and tempting to some people, however, if you love any of them ensure that you buy them from a hygienic and a reputable vendor, also be sure confirm the source of the ingredients before purchasing, this is important to to health.
Thank you for reading kindly share your your favorite street food you can't resist when you have some change in your pocket.
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