Wet fried nduma(Arrow roots) #4weekschallenge #authormarathon. Cooking has no limitation or rule…to make authentic and unique cuisines you need to be wild in thoughts and find inspiration. Let's get wild and have a bit. Nduma is one of the indigenous / traditional foods in Kenya.
Nduma are what we Kenyans refer to arrow roots. They are super duper nutritious and taste so good. Everything fried is tastier after all, so I decided to give this a try. You can cook Wet fried nduma(Arrow roots) #4weekschallenge #authormarathon using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Wet fried nduma(Arrow roots) #4weekschallenge #authormarathon
- You need 4-5 of medium arrow roots.
- You need 1 of big onions.
- You need 3 of tomatoes.
- You need Pinch of salt.
- It’s 4 cups of water.
To add to the texture, I coated the nduma with breadcrumbs, seasoned lightly with nutmeg which transformed this to the most. Great recipe for Arrow Roots (nduma). Famous kenyan delicacy to be taken with beverage, tea or Cofee. Best in breakfast due to its satisfying qualities.
Wet fried nduma(Arrow roots) #4weekschallenge #authormarathon instructions
- Chop and slice and wash the arrow roots..
- Fry onions till golden brown..
- Add tomatoes.
- Then add the some salt then the arrow roots..
- Mix and add water..
- Cover and let it simmer for 20-30mins..
- Serve alone or with any accompaniment of your choice..
Peel the fresh arrow roots and slice them to smaller pieces. Place on a pan with water add salt and heat gently, cover to make use of steam. Arrow roots a.k.a Nduma as Kenyans like to call them are tubers which were indigenously grown. Arrow roots help in preventing anemia and other blood circulation related difficulties. Metabolic Processes: Arrow roots have high Vitamin B concentration which makes it an important enzymatic.