How to Cook Delicious Malenge (Pumpkin) mixed with Matoke (Green Banana)

Malenge (Pumpkin) mixed with Matoke (Green Banana). Enjoy my take on Kenya style Matoke/ green bananas, very easy chakula(food) to make delicious. Hope you enjoy and thanks for. A staple savoury dish of Uganda is this dish of green bananas cooked with a handful of spices, heaps of garlic and plenty of salty butter.

Malenge (Pumpkin) mixed with Matoke (Green Banana) The above dish can be served hot or chilled. Matoke is one of the favorite food in Africa. This dish can be made with or without meat, and the taste is superb. You can cook Malenge (Pumpkin) mixed with Matoke (Green Banana) using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Malenge (Pumpkin) mixed with Matoke (Green Banana)

  1. It’s 1 of medium size Pumpkin.
  2. Prepare 10-15 pieces of Matoke (depending on the size).
  3. You need 2-3 of Onions.
  4. Prepare 3 of Tomatoes.
  5. Prepare 4 cloves of Garlic and a piece of Ginger.
  6. It’s 1 of Capsicum.
  7. You need to taste of Salt.
  8. It’s 3-5 of tablespoonful of cooking oil.
  9. It’s 1 bunch of Dhania.

Recipe: Meatballs and mixed vegetables stew with Japanese curry. Spicy, tangy, buttery and flavoursome green banana curry from the Asian community of Uganda. This Ugandan Matoke (Spicy They're not the regular unripe green bananas we eat every day. They're Matoke; A staple carbohydrate loved by millions across East.

Malenge (Pumpkin) mixed with Matoke (Green Banana) instructions

  1. Wash the pumpkin and slice into pieces. Remove the seeds, if you like to cook with them like me, it's okay. Peel the bananas putting them whole in water to avoid darkening. I avoid slicing them at this point, and do so in an empty bowl when almost ready to cook..
  2. Put the cooking oil in the Sufuria and heat it for a minute or so, add the onions and cook them till soft, add the garlic and ginger, cook till they turn brownish. Add the tomatoes and cook them well, add the capsicum and salt..
  3. Add both the Malenge and Matoke, mix well and add water half the size of the mixture in the Sufuria and cook for 20 to 30 minutes. Check if well cooked with very little soup, add dhania, remove from fire and mash them..
  4. Serve with a cup of Cardamon/Ginger/Cinnamon black tea. Enjoy 😉..

Matoke, cooked green bananas and bean stew. They are shorter than regular bananas and are somewhat thicker at the mid These bananas are typically mashed and paired with vegetable sauces, ground peanuts, or meat such as beef and goat, and the. The word matoke is originally from the Ugandans of the Lake Victoria region. It refers to the cooked green bananas. How to prepare coconut matoke with meat.

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