I LOVE Dhania (coriander) , I have talked time and time again of my love for Dhania. Dhania is in fact the item I sent for most from Nairobi before I started my own kitchen garden. At the end of last year two of my girls from here went to Geneva for training and I commented on one of their FB posts that they shouldn’t forget my shopping list. My colleague Bob then commented and asked “did you send for Dhania from Geneva” LOL I really laughed I did not know that people actually thought that of me and my Dhania obsession 🙂
Anyway I have had a long love affair with Dhania chicken; it got me through most of my 2nd year in Uni. My, then, housemate Kathure and I would order it from an Indian restaurant that was right outside our house. We were too damn lazy to walk there especially in winter so we would order for the Dhania chicken and the chicken tikka masala with naan. They were mighty cheap too about $8 each so for $20 we would have a whole tasty meal plus left overs without slaving in the kitchen.
Well after Uni I had to find my own way making this at home because 1. Indian food is not cheap in Nairobi 2. I live in Kahawa Sukari, who is going to deliver there? 3. I love to experiment in the kitchen. I tried a few recipes before I ended up on this one. If you love Dhania as much as I do you will sure love it. HAPPY COOKING!!