Some people like deep fried smokies, others like them boiled while other like them with some Kachumbari. So I thought why not come up with a recipe that will arouse us kitchen enthusiasts.
This is one very simple, easy to make and time/money saving recipe. You can get the ready smokies from the street vendors like I did (awesome right?). Before starting make sure you gather all the necessary ingredients.
The best part about this recipe is that you can make it while your rice cooks (those are the proverbial two birds and one stone). So let’s get started.
- 5-6 pre-cooked smokies (Cut into small circles)
- 1 large tomato (Chopped finely)
- 1 large onion (Cubed to small pieces)
- 2 cloves garlic (Crushed)
- 1/2 cup milk
- Chilli flakes
- 1 tbsp curry powder
- Salt to taste
- Fry your onions in a non-stick pan (or sufuria) till golden brown now add the crushed garlic and saute till it releases its aroma.
- Now add the tomatoes and lower the heat. Cook on medium heat till the turn into a thick paste.
- Next add the milk and let it simmer till the stew reduces into a thick sauce. Should be around 7-10 minutes.
- When it thickens add your chopped smokies and spice up with the chilli flakes, curry powder and the salt. Let it simmer in a very low flame for around 3 minutes so that the smokies absorb the spices.
- Let it cool a bit and serve with your turmeric rice and some avocado.