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Schools are almost out, if your babies are doing the American or British education system they have been home for about 3 weeks now. Growing up I loved school holidays they were synonymous with eating chips (Chipo, french fries) at least twice a week.

I think this is where I got my love for chips. I can eat them all day everyday. When we were young chips would be cooked from a sufuria. This meant that they got ready in batches. We would be fed from the youngest to the eldest. I’m the eldest so this plan was not very favorable to me. Kiboi, my brother, would get his fries before me and i would sit there looking at him like a homeless hungry child na macho ya huruma (eyes full of pity) hoping he’d give me, he never did without prompting. I would then ask him to give me some fries. He would count for me, yes COUNT. give me say 7 fries, that I was expected to pay back when I got mine. Hahahahha such beautiful memories I tell you. What memories do you have with your siblings surrounding food?

We did not stop doing this even when we got older. Even my younger brothers got into that tradition. We loved potatoes. One thing we all did not like was sweet potatoes. Boiled then forced down our throats during breakfast. We all hated it in equal measure. I wish mum had tried to make some fries from it. Such a crafty way to make kids eat sweet potatoes. You can even make them much healthier by baking them like I did here.

Your kids will love this I tell you. The sweetness of the sweet potato will win them over. Which other ways do you use to make your kids eat healthy food?

Like sweet potatoes try these recipes

Baked Sweet Potato Fries 

Bread Crumbed Sweet potatoes 

Happy Cooking!!!

Twice Cooked Sweet Potato Fries

Prep Time: 25 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 55 minutes

Yield: 4

Ingredients

  1. 1 kg Sweet Potatoes, cut into fries. This takes a good knife and lots of patience
  2. Salt and pepper to taste
  3. Oil for frying

Instructions

Heat oil till it sizzles when a fry is put in.

Put the sweet potatoes and cook for about ten minues till soft and almost cooked.

Remove, toss in salt and pepper and set aside to cool.

Reheat oil and cook till cooked through and crunchy.

Serve immediately

Sweet potatoes go for around Ksh 200 per kg and less. Oil is reusable. This will cost you Ksh 50 per person

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I love out of town plans. Especially those with family and people you love. There is something about going out of town that increases the love. It’s like every Kilometer you go away from home equals the percentage degree in which love grows. Do you feel the same too?

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