Rwandan Recipes

Rwandan Recipes

Nov 26, 2013 9:47 am - Posted by

[caption id="attachment_1678" align="alignnone" width="415"] Bacon and cheese croquettes served[/caption] Ingredients >> 4 rashers middle bacon, trimmed, finely chopped >> 2 cups cold mashed potato >> 1 egg yolk >> 2 green onions, finely chopped >> 3/4 cup plain flour >> 40g mozzarella cheese

Oct 23, 2013 17:17 pm - Posted by

Pumpkins are widely eaten in Rwanda, taken as a hot dish. You can add up a little alternation to your pumpkin preparation by frying them to get a different taste all together. Same technique can be used for butternut squash, which is very similar to a pumpkin or any other type of large, hard squash. Servings: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time:

Oct 06, 2013 8:03 am - Posted by
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Aho bakirira abakiriya Mu bijyanye no guteka, Hoteli Urumuri iherereye mu karere ka Gicumbi ifite ubunararibone mu guteka icyo bita igisafuriya kuko benshi babagana aricyo bashaka kurya. Nk’uko bitangazwa n’umuhuzabikorwa w’iyo hoteri Bagirishya Nuru avuga ko abakiriya babagana abenshi baba baje kureba igisafuriya mu gihe cy’impera z

Oct 04, 2013 10:26 am - Posted by

Aho bakirira abakiriya Mu bijyanye no guteka, Hoteli Urumuri iherereye mu karere ka Gicumbi ifite ubunararibone mu guteka icyo bita igisafuriya kuko benshi babagana aricyo bashaka kurya. Nk’uko bitangazwa n’umuhuzabikorwa w’iyo hoteri Bagirishya Nuru avuga ko abakiriya babagana abenshi baba baje kureba igisafuriya mu gihe cy’imper

Jul 09, 2013 9:10 am - Posted by

Yams are some of the most traditional Rwandan food that is mostly served in different styles of meals. These meals are most of the times satisfying but the greatest recipe is having deep-fried yam which can be eaten with quite a wide range of stews and sauces. [caption id="attachment_1532" align="aligncenter" width="350"] Deep- fried yams re

Jun 14, 2013 16:01 pm - Posted by

Chicken mushroom soup is not only delicious but an ideal soup for any day. It is an ideal quick healthy eating recipe soup for a family, so simple and easy to prepare even in Rwandan society It could be eaten with all kinds of foods on your menu such as bread, rice, boiled or fried ripped plantain; it could be eaten on its own or as an appetizer

Jun 14, 2013 15:41 pm - Posted by

Groundnut Soup has become one of the most desired soups in most of Rwandan families and it is a great alternative that moves along with most foods and has a great taste Ingredients • 500g of groundnuts flour • Assorted meat and fish preferably (Beef, Dry fish, Stock fish) • Palm Oil • A small bunch of Pumpkin leaves or 6 cubes Frozen

Jun 11, 2013 8:38 am - Posted by

Since beans are the most staple food to the most Rwandan families, sometimes it is good to break the monotony of making beans sauce to use along other meals. The rwandancook.com is glad to introduce you the mixture of rice and beans recipe as a change to the usual rice and beans meal in most Rwandan families. Ingredients • Rice - 2 cigar c

Jun 11, 2013 8:30 am - Posted by
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Fried Plantain is one of the easy, tasty and fast local Rwandan food recipes. It can be eaten with about any meal. It can also be a major side dish to all the rice recipes and can be enjoyed by people from all over the world. Ingredients • Ripe Plantain (The plantain should be ripe and hard, it is not advisable to use plantain that is soft

Jul 31, 2012 12:47 pm - Posted by
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Ingredients: 1 large chicken, cut into serving pieces 3 tbsp oil 1 onion, thinly sliced 3 large tomatoes, blanched, peeled and mashed 2 ceelry sticks, cut into thin rounds 1 tsp salt 1 hot chilli pepper, pounded to a paste Cooking Instructions: Fry the chicken in hot oil until golden brown all over. Remove from the oil and set aside