Sharing my appreciation for good home cooking as an expression of love.
It sounds strange but I didn’t know what else to call it. It’s a potato salad, I used kachumbari ingredients, then added potatoes and a couple of other things. An impromptu experiment that turned out really well (^_^)
The potatoes take a little longer to prepare so start with them. I didn’t think plain boiled potatoes would work so I added some flavour to them as follows …
Peel and chop the potatoes to bite sized pieces and since. Then peel and grate 4 cloves of garlic and you’re ready to begin (^_^)
Don’t cover the potatoes, and place them close to the top in the oven
Taste the onions to make sure they’re not so sharp anymore, you can give them a little more time to soak if they need it.
Served with roasted goat meat.
I did an exclusive post for Kweli Media earlier this year on different kinds of kachumbari. You can read it here – link
What interesting thinks have you done with kachumbari?
5 thoughts on “Potato kachumbari”
OOh yum this looks so nice and I like the fact that it can be re-fried for breakfast, this is definitely a must try, great stuff.
Thanks Mel! 🙂
It is nice. let me know when you try it.
this is lovely! I think I have a seen a potato salad similar to this, maybe this is your own version of a potato salad?
great to find a Kenyan doing down to earth cooking… i mean affordable, available and easy
Thanks Ann! (^_^)