Welcome to the second day of our BARA kitchen plan. Immaculate, one of our beloved members who hails from Uganda, gave us a taste of Ugandan food.
The menu includes sweet potato (lumonde), banana (matooke), kasava (muwogo) ,chicken, lamb curry, rice and fruit. The staple food of Uganda is sweet potato and cassava served with chicken stew and green vegetables.
Cassava is also known as tapioca which is a rich source of carbohydrates and protein also containing many vitamins. Lumonde is a boiled sweet potato, again a staple and much loved while consumed along with matooke (plantain mash), cassava with chicken stew. Matooke is a plantain, which is grown in African countries and consumed either as chips, fried, boiled and mashed. Matooke is mashed plantain for a complete ugandan meal contains rich source of carbohydrates and potassium. Chicken stew and Rice are last but not least in our menu as
our Ugandan dinner plate is ready to serve along with fresh fruits and juice.