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soul food Umogodu nojeqe

Prepare ujeqe wakho as usual jusy grate some of your favourite veggies and add to your dough for a bit of colour

Mogodu :
Ox tripe, 1 tspn paprika, 1/2 onion, 1 tomato, 1 beefstock cube.

Cut it into desired pieces, add 4 cups of water, boil on high heat until extra soft. Keep adding water until it reaches desired softness.
After it has boiled soft, brown on low heat your onion, add tomato, parprika and beef stock, add tripe & continue frying for abiut 5-6 minutes. Remove from heat and enjoy, if you like spicy food you may add extra chillies.

Credit: Leigh-Omuhle Dlamini

Easy peasy sticky chicken with potato wedges!!

Preheat oven at 180C. Combine Worcestershire sauce, Fruit chutney

, six gun spice & parsley [or any herbs you have in your possession]. Coat chicken in your mixture, put in preheated oven for 45 minutes or until slightly charred. Take out, sprinkle with herbs and pepper.

Combine oil, garlic, salt and paprika. Place wedges onto the baking sheets. Pour the oil mixture over the potatoes and toss together to coat. Bake for 35 minutes, turning wedges half way through baking time, until golden, crisp and cooked through when tested with a fork. Take out and sprinkle with pepper and parsley. (Delicious when served with tomato sauce)

Credit: Leigh-Omuhle Dlamini

*Banana bread*

2 cups of flour
4 eggs
3 over ripe bananas
2 t of baking soda
100g margarine
1 spoon Vanilla essence
1 cup sugar


Mash the banana and add sugar,eggs, vanilla essence and margarine mix all this together, add flour and baking soda then again you mix.

Grease your bread pan and put in the pre- heated oven (180°) for 30 min.

Credit: Asa Sondiya