This dry meal mix package comes with easy instructions to turn a few fresh ingredients into a 6-8 serving pot of amazing African Coconut Curry. 490g. Add chicken to make it a meal you won't soon forget!
Kuku Paka is a chicken dish with a coconut-based curry and is also called “kuku na nazi”. It has Arabic, Indian and African influences. Kuku in Swahili means chicken. The dish is particularly popular in the East African coast and among the Indian communities living in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Paka in Swahili means to smear, to spread or to apply.
Coconut milk or coconut cream and curry spices are the main ingredients. What sets apart Kuku Paka from other coconut curries is the flavor from char-grilling the chicken before adding it to the coconut curry base. This gives it a smoky flavor. Shrimp or fish are often substituted for chicken in this popular East African dish.
Packaging: the unfortunate plastic sack. (Sorry- freshness and VIHA say we have to!)
Ed’s Soup Shack was founded over 10 years ago. It started out as Christmas stocking stuffers and gifts for friends and family. The stocking stuffers were such a hit that it blossomed into a family business and Ed’s Soup Shack was born. We now offer 20 different soups and 4 dinners and we mainly sell at farm markets and street fairs.
Karen started the Soup Shack and created all the wonderful recipes, while Ed became the number one taste tester. Leanna and Jason have now taken over the business with plans to expand so everyone can enjoy our fantastic soups and dinners.
Our soups and dinners are very healthy and nutritious with no salt, sugar or MSG added. We order as many products as possible from local companies and other small businesses and the soups and dinners are made one by one by hand in our home based, health board approved shop.
Our mixes are great for family lunches, dinners, potlucks, camping, hiking and emergency kits.
Thanks for trying Ed’s Soup Shack + and happy souping!!