Two Ugandan dishes to bring some flavour to your dinner table

Take your taste buds on a journey without leaving your kitchen.
March 4, 2022 12:18 p.m. EST
March 4, 2022 12:18 p.m. EST

Born in Somalia and raised in Italy, Toronto-based chef Bashir Munye recently travelled to Africa to reignite his passion for food, and now wants to inspire you to bring these delicious flavours to your kitchen at home. He shared two incredibly simple yet tasty recipes to take you on a Ugandan journey—without the plane ticket! 

Smoked in fish in ground sauce and matoke


A traditional Ugandan dish you can make right at home!  The salty smoked dish is served with a traditional groundnut sauce made with a specific type of peanut grown specifically in continental Africa. 

Ugandan rolex 

A Rolex is a much-loved street food of Uganda composed of chapati, a layer of flatbread, and an omelette packed with veggies.