Mtuzi wa Samaki

Tangy coconut curry from Kenya


Africa’s Swahili Coast is a meeting place of traders, preachers and adventurers. On its sun-drenched beaches, distant influences blend with local staples to create food that is spicy, sweet and rooted in the sea. Mtuzi wa Samaki is a curry of fish or vegetables cooked with tamarind and coconut which is popular along the Swahili Coast, from sleepy Zanzibar to bustling Mombasa.

Gluten free, suitable for vegans

Kits includes:

  • 2 hand-crafted Swahili spice mixes
  • Organic coconut milk
  • Tamarind paste
  • Basmati rice
  • Easy recipe card

You need to add:

  • Two fillets of firm white fish such as cod or hammour (if you don’t eat fish, use thinly sliced aubergine)
  • A big onion (sliced)
  • Three big tomatoes (chopped)

Notes:

  • Serves 2
  • Cooking time 30 mins
  • Medium spice
  • Easy vegan substitutes

Ingredients: organic coconut milk, basmati rice, tamarind paste, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, star anise, garlic flakes, salt, chili flakes, turmeric powder, garam masala.

Contains coconut.