Hi Foodies!!! It’s been a LONG minute, a month to be exact. I have really missed you my dear foodies. I know I kind of abandoned you, I have never left you unattended for this long but life happened, I got too busy with work and stuff but I’m back now and I promise never to leaveyou without fresh ideas for this long again. Hope you still love me 🙂
So this recipe was inspired during my December/ New Year’s holiday in Lamu. During my stay there I’d have breakfast in this local restaurant that served us viazi karai with beef mishikaki (skewered meat) or with mbaazi (pigeon peas cooked in coconut milk) and it was DELICIOUS.
I had never had viazi karai before that and I just had to come home and try them. I asked them how they made them and they gave me the basic ingredients I added a few extras and this is what I ended up with. its pretty easy, sort of like making bhajias just that you use normal flour, mix it up with some spice and end up with a batter. dip the potatoes then shallow fry. How easy is that?? and the best part…you most probably have all the ingredients in your pantry already, so no need to rush to the supermarket.
It’s a delicious snack or part of a main meal. Hope you will love it as much as I did. HAPPY COOKING!!