Pilau is a widely eaten in the coastal part of Kenya, it’s one of those dish that is enjoyed by all, the spices are Indian influence, pilau has become one of Kenyans favourite dish especially with a big gathering, their is different variation of making pilau, but this is my take on how to make it. Thanks for watching. Enjoy
So summer is here, time to eat light while still enjoying the dish. It is spicy but not like crazy spice, just enough to get a kick in your mouth.
Chicken breast x2
Fresh Tomatoes x2
Fresh Chillies x2
Start by cutting the chicken breast into thin strips, in a clean bowl put the Cajun spice then add the chicken strips and coat with spices and some olive oil, cover with cling film and leave to marinade in the fridge the longer the better, it helps to get the flavour in.
Wash all your fresh ingredients, start by dicing the onions, tomatoes, chillies, coriander set them aside, peel of one avocado and mash it into a bowl then add freshly squeezed lemon juice, salt and then add tomatoes, chillies and coriander mix well and cover with a cling film and set aside that’s your guacamole done!
Now for the salsa take some onion, fresh tomatoes that are diced in small cubes with coriander and chilli mix well in a clean bowl then add a squeeze of lemon juice.
In a warm pan add some olive oil, warm it up nicely, then add the marinated chicken and cook until well cooked.
Warm up the wholemeal wraps then serve the chicken, guacamole and salsa with lettuce. Enjoy the simple healthy dinner. Enjoy x