19-08-2020 di redazione
As every year, at this time of year, we find ourselves commenting and marveling at an effect of marine nature, which, thanks to the currents and water temperature, favours the migration of yellow fin tuna, which pass between mid and late August in our parts. Many of them end up in the nets of the local fishermen and, alas for them, in our dishes in the form of carpaccio or freshly seared fillets. In fact, if the great migration of the Maasai Mara, with thousands of wildebeests that instead of being caught by man, are eaten by crocodiles and felines, it is tender (we would like to see if the wildebeest meat is as good as an ox angus), it is not the same for the underwater run of the tuna. Their tender, red meat makes the definition of "raw sea ham" given to them absolutely relevant. In our opinion, it is a sublime food, but we must be careful that the raw tuna does not come from specimens over four kilograms, or else it has been gutted at the time of fishing and then put in a killer, to kill a bacillus that is very annoying to the human intestine, which is present almost exclusively in tuna of a certain age, therefore large. Bacillus that fortunately does not survive the low temperatures of the most powerful freezers.
Cutlets, snacks similar to our potato croquettes, are very popular on the Kenyan coast to be eaten on the street or in the many local restaurants.
Usually they are filled with meat, but we offer a tuna version, easy and...
Fish morsels in mango sauce.
This is a Swahili recipe particularly used in Malindi and Watamu and on the coast of Kenya, where the plants of this delicious tropical fruit abound.
Here is for you the recipe of watamukenya.net
APRIL FOOLS JOKE
di Beppe Scione
The news of the film that Spielberg would shoot in Malindi was an April Fool's joke of Malindikenya.net, WAC, and Watamukenya.net Kenyaoggi.
All social sites and pages joined in the joke to say that Watamu is beautiful and safe ... even...
"Samaki wa kupaka ya nazi", literally "Coconut fish cubes" is a dish of the Swahili tradition of Kenya, which uses various spices of ancient Indian origin to give it flavor. A very tasty version includes "madras", the most common one...
Thanks to the photograph of a marine scientist, Michael Gilbert, on Watamu's beach, it was possible to classify the incredible fish that were finished in the local fishermen network, which are not usual to capture such specimens of the genre.
di Freddie del Curatolo
Kenya is often defined as playing on opposites:"joy and pain","misery and nobility","cross and delight","hell and paradise".
The secret of our splendid Watamu is that, while not escaping from this ineluctable rule of Africa, he takes the best from these contradictory...
With all the problems caused by the lack of tourism in Kenya over the past year, due to the well-known causes of force majeure, there is some small relief that concerns Nature and the animal world.
A new, very nice "chiringuito" looks out onto the captivating setting of the Watamu beach meeting points.
In the bay of Fortamu, facing the island of love and just a few meters from