Recipe: Yummy Mandazi

Mandazi. Knead dough on a flat work surface until no longer sticky. Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead until smooth. Repeat with the remaining dough portions.

It is one of the principal dishes in the cuisine of the Swahili people who inhabit the Coastal Region of Kenya and Tanzania. Mandazi, also called maandazi, n'dao, maandaazi, mahamri or mamri is a type of fried bread from East Africa, especially the Swahili coast of Tanzania and Kenya. Tanzania is one of the East African countries, facing the Indian Ocean, sharing the eastern and northern borders with Kenya and Uganda, the western border with Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and southern. You can have Mandazi using 10 ingredients and 0 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Mandazi

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Cut into triangles and fry in hot oil. Fry until both sides are golden brown. Remove mandazi from oil and drain on paper towels or newspaper. Variations: * Sprinkle some powdered sugar over the hot mandazi.

Mandazi instructions

In Eastern Africa, mandazi is a Kenyan food that is made from a simple dough that is deep fried until puffy and light. It has a slightly sweet, sometimes spicy flavor that has made it popular as a breakfast or dessert dish and as a daytime snack. Mandazi often are made into small triangular or circular pieces that can be eaten in one or two. Mix the yeast, a pinch of sugar, a pinch of plain flour and the ΒΌ cup of warm water. The dough is made with sugar, flour, water, yeast, and milk or coconut milk.