Guardian Angel is a gospel musician from Kenya. His real name is Audiphaxed Peter Omwaka and his music is mainly Reggae Dancehall. Many people love him because of the message his songs carry and how he inspires many the young and the old. [Photo; Courtesy]
A photo of the man who allegedly first saw the 3 terror suspects who escaped from Kamiti maximum prisons has emerged online. The man whose name is yet to be disclosed allegedly called the police on the suspects. When the police at Mwingi Police station arrived at the scene and captured the suspects, he took a selfie.
We all love Chapati, but sometimes it is difficult to make the soft layered ones. Today let's learn; The procedure to follow; They are soft and delicious. Share the article to your friends.
Towel dry beef pieces to remove all excess moisture. Sprinkle with pepper throughout. Heat oil in large heavy pot over medium-high heat. Add beef and brown on all sides, working in batches so you don’t overcrowd the pieces (they won’t brown if overcrowded.)
When at home it is good to try out different recipes, especially for ladies. Today let's learn how to cook crunchy mandazi. Wheat foods are loved by many people, like cakes, chapati among others. Let's start ; The ingredients needed 1)Self raising flour
One of the reasons why your husband comes home late is because as a wife you don't cook his favorite meals. May be he enjoys eating in restaurants because the food you cook for him is not the food he likes.May be you have been cooking one food for so long until it has become so monotonous.
Have you ever asked yourself why you chapati always gets so hard few hours after cooking. Sometimes you may even follow very complicated recipes and still your chapati are not perfect like you really want them to be.Even after you observe even the most little tips in your recipe you still realize that your chapati are still getting hard.
Mix flour,sugar and salt in a bowl. Add margarine and mix with your hands.You can add sugar if you like it ,but you can omit if you don't. Pour water hit by bit as you knead for about 5 minutes. Add flour bit by bit if the dough is sticky as you knead.
How many times do you eat chapati in a week? Chapati is a favourite meal to most of the people. Gone are the days when people used to eat chapatis only on Christmas days. These days people eat chapati at whatever time they feel like. Cooking hard chapatis can be disappointing and annoying.
Sometimes you may be preparing a very delicious meal but you end up spoiling it with excess sail. Incase this happen sometimes you should not panic because you can as well save your food. You should avoid consuming food with so mach salts because they can lead to heartburn which can make you so uncomfortable.
Chapati is a delicacy consumed Oftenly by many Kenyans and despite it's popularity,many people find it difficult to prepare soft chapatis.Chapati is a starch which gives the body energy for normal functioning.When preparing soft chapatis you need to perform the following steps:First you need to prepare a dough with additional preferences of pumpkin flavor and ensure you cover it properly.Secondly ensure while you prepare your chapatis,roll them in approximation of equal sizes which should not be very thin or very thick.This will prevent your chapatis from becoming hard like crips.Thirdly ensure you fry your rolled chapatis on the frying pan without using cooking oil for about 1minute each.Lastly refry the chapatis this time using cooking oil without excessive heat.In addition,ensure your chapatis are well covered after being fried because covering ensures your chapatis don't lose moisture and get hard.For a nice delicacy,serve the chapatis with minced meat with stew.Thanks for reading the article and please share and comment.
Peel and chop the onion, carrots and garlic. Cut the chicken into chunks, season with a punch of salt anda small pepper. Add half of the amount of oil to a large cooking pan, and cook the chicken on both sides for about two to three minutes until it is no longer pink.Remove from the pan and set aside.
Chapati is a delicacy frequently consumed by many Kenyans, yet despite its popularity, many individuals struggle to make soft chapatis. Chapati is a starch that provides the body with the energy it requires to function normally. When preparing soft chapatis, the following processes must be followed:
The festive season is here, in our kitchens we will be busy preparing some yummy tasty foods. I want you to prepare some goat meat for your family and they will enjoy. Let's learn step by step. The ingredients; 1)Goat meat 2) Garlic and ginger 3) tomatoes and onions 4)Spices(optional) 5)Water The procedure to follow; 1)Chop your meat into biteable size and wash... boil in water until soft and tender 2)Drain excess water as you will use it as a stew later on 3)Add small amount of cooking oil into your pot with
Do you love tripe “Matumbo”? The recipe below will help you no how to cook “matumbo” that you have never eaten before. Ingredients ½ kg pre-boiled (matumbo). ½ cup buttermilk. 2 tablespoon Honey. 2 tomatoes. 1 onion. 1 tablespoon tomato paste.
Few days ago three prisoners escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison by Digging up an escape hole. The three were identified as Mohammed Ali Abikar, Joseph Juma Odhiambo and Musharaf Abdalla. Photo courtesy, evidence. luckily the DCI detectives have nabbed them at Kitui as they were planning to flee to Somalia.
Photo/Courtesy The three fugitive terrorists are currently being held at Mwingi Central police station. An image of them in handcuffs emerged. The three escaped on November 15 from Block A 6 where they were held. DCI boss George Kinoti confirmed the arrest and added that they were being brought to Nairobi.
Risper Faith takes to her Instagram account to interact with her fans. She uploaded a video of her scrumptious supper. What sparked interest the most was when she revealed on her cooking experience with Chapati. The media personality confesses that she makes hard Chapati. She pointed out that she has learned severally but her efforts have bore no fruits.
Chapati is a very popular food in Kenya. It is loved by many people all across the country. It is native to the Swahili community located at the coast of Kenya, Zanzibar, and the coast of Tanzania. Chapati looks familiar to the Indian bread known as 'Roti' and its made with similar ingredients like white flour, yeast, salt e.t.c.