Brown Ugali with Kuku Kienyeji

Ever tried making Ugali made with Wimbi Afya flour? It’s very nutrious and tasty, try pairing it with some Kuku kienyeji and greens really yum!

Whole meal brown flour contains milled maize, millet and sorghum. Good for immunity, growth and development- especially for infants.


1 cup cold water, 3/4 cups Winnie’s Pure Health Wimbi Afya, 1 teaspoon cooking oil.


Boil 1 cup of water

Slowly add in the flour in the water while stirring the mixture

Stir constantly to a firm patty to avoid any lumps

Let it simmer under low heat for about 10 minutes until the Ugali is very stiff and pulls away from the sides of the cooking pot

Winnies Pure Health Ugali Afya is enriched with Amaranth grain flour which Contains essential vitamins and minerals that help boost immunity, regulate blood pressure and stimulate neural activity.

While naturally kuku Kienyeji is very tasty and full of flavor, allow it to boil thoroughly for long for the meat to become tender then spice it up with Winnie Pure Health Mchuzi mix to boost the flavor.

Liver wet fry, ugali and creamed spinach and avocado

Green vegetables and wet fry liver is one of the most favored of current trending foods in the world. Pair it with ugali and you’ve got yourself an easy, fast, and tasty dish appreciated by millions daily

Photo: Priscilla @plate_up


1 bunch spinach, shredded, 1 cup Coconut cream, 1 onion, diced, 1 tomato, blended, 1 tsp cooking oil, ¼ tsp Winnie’s Pure Health Herbal Salt, ½ tsp Winnie’s Pure Health Afya Mchuzi , 8 garlic cloves, crushed, 1 large onion, chopped, 1 green bell pepper, diced, 1 yellow bell pepper, diced, ½ kg liver, 1 tomato, minced, 1 tbsp tomato paste, 1 tbsp paprika, ½ tbsp black pepper, ½ tsp Winnie’s Pure Health Sea Salt/ Herbal Salt, Vegetable oil, 1 tsp Winnie’s Pure Health Herbal Mchuzi


  1. Remove the thin membrane from the liver
  2. Soak your liver in milk for 10 minutes
  3. Add the oil in a pan and heat. Add the bell pepper, red onion, and minced garlic and allow to cook until softened for 3-5 minutes
  4. Add the tomato, tomato paste, salt, and spices together with ¼ cup of hot water. Cook for 5-8 minutes
  5. Add the liver and let it cook for 10 minutes under medium heat
  6. Once cooked, add your Herbal Mchuzi and coriander. Cover and let it simmer for 3 minutes

 For Creamed Spinach

  1. Sauté the onions in oil until translucent. Add the blended tomato, salt, coconut milk and let this simmer for 2 minutes
  2. Add in the spinach, stir and let it cook in low heat for 3 minutes and serve
  3. Served as a side dish, goes well with Ugali and the liver with Avocado

Two important points to remember when making liver. To avoid the strong taste, soak in milk or buttermilk enough milk to cover. Refrigerate at least an hour or two. Alternately, you can soak your liver slices in lemon or lime juice, or even vinegar. The acid counterbalances the flavor of the liver. Use little spices, Winnies Pure Mchuzi Mix will do just the wonders.

Beef Matoke

Matoke for dinner? Definitely a yes!


5 – 8 green bananas, 250 grams beef cubed, 3 tomatoes cut into cubes, 1 onion, chopped

1/2 cup of coriander, chopped, 1 tbsp Winnie’s Pure Health Herbal Sea salt, 1/2 cup of cooking vegetable oil, 1 tbsp Winnie’s Pure Health Afya Mchuzi, 1 tsp black pepper, 1 tsp paprika and 1/4 cup of curry powder


  1. Apply oil on your hands and peel the bananas to prevent your hands from getting sticky
  2. Place the bananas in a bowl of water with salt to prevent the bananas from turning dark
  3. In a cooking pot boil the meat by adding one cup of water and let it boil for about 20 minutes or until it’s tender
  4. Add cooking oil to the meat and let it cook as you stir
  5. Add the onions and let it cook for about three minutes. Add the tomatoes and paprika, Afya Mchuzi, stir and let them simmer until the tomatoes soften
  6. Add the bananas to the beef and stir. Add water, salt, coriander, black pepper and curry powder and let it simmer until the bananas are soft
  7. Serve with Some sukuma wiki

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You can cook spicy matoke with potatoes in an almost similar fashion to that of beef. You only have to add peeled potatoes and chopped bell pepper on your ingredient list with some mchuzi mix into it for a tasty full of flavor dish

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