Sukuma Wiki Recipe
This is made out of any leafy green vegetable, mainly collards or kale. Incidently, sukuma wiki means 'to push the week' implying sukuma wiki is a food used to stretch the meals to last for the week.
2 tablespoons fat (oil or shortening)
A bunch of Sukuma (kale or collard greens), chopped
Melt fat in a pot and add the onions. Stir well and sauté for a bit. Add tomato and sauté. Add sukuma and sauté for a short time. Add 1/2 cup water and the add salt to taste. Let the mixture simmer until the sukuma has reached a desired tenderness.
Serve with ugali or chapati.
See my updated Sukuma Wiki Recipe at AfricanCulture.BellaOnline.com
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