Mbuzi Wet Fry Recipe How to Make mbuzi wet fry – Jikoni Magic

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Mbuzi wet fry is a delicacy in Kenya that you can never have enough of.


1 large onion
1/2 green bell pepper
2 beef cubes
Handful spring onions
1 Tbs curry powder
2 Tbs vegetable oil of your choice
Bunch of dhania (coriander) leaves
500g mbuzi (goat) on bone
2 large tomatoes
3 cloves of garlic
1" ginger
3 green chillies

36 thoughts on “Mbuzi Wet Fry Recipe How to Make mbuzi wet fry – Jikoni Magic

  1. This recipe is so amazing
    I have cooked it atleast 5times now in the last 3weeks am ADDICTED!!!as I post this am trying the same technique but now with chicken,looking so good so far.thanks for this my husband loves it when I cook this

  2. +ShiShi KΒ Wow!!! Gal, you have just made my evening. πŸ˜€ Thank you so much for the positive feedback. Please, tell me how it turns out with the chicken.

  3. I made this dish a few weeks ago ,followed the recipe step by step as instructed….and boy did my family enjoy it.Tonight I’m making the same but with beef.Awesome, looking forward.

    Still waiting on the fermented uji recipe.

  4. +Eve Lyn nimekuskia about the fermented uji. πŸ˜€ :))) I will try and accommodate your request. How was the recipe with beef? Did you like it?

  5. Trying this for the second time because it was absolutely delicious. Now i can show off, thanks to you!

    1. Jikonimagic -again…thank you! my cooking has improved so much from following your recipes! My friend who is very fussy about food literally eats all my food now and even takes some home!

    2. +Aniv n Wow! That’s such an encouraging report, thank you. Your appreciation of my work is very heart warming and uplifting. Be blessed.

  6. Jikoni magic.. I’m doing 5kgs beef with your recipe…(yes…party!!). Should I add salt.? At what point!??
    I used it with pork last week… It was delicious…..

    1. Hi, thank you for trying out my recipe. Add salt once you add your beef to the sufuria and adjust it accordingly as you keep adding more ingredients like the tomatoes, hoho etc because they will throw your seasoning off kiasi. Na dadangu, kilo tano!! Bash kapsaa!!

  7. Thank you Jikoni magic. Just finished making this recipe for dinner. Now let me see how my family will enjoy it. πŸ˜ƒ

  8. Came out just the way you explained. Mbuzi wet fry leaves licking your fingers. Gal you are good. Here in the US, I found the ingredients in the Indian stores.

    1. That is good, thank you for the feedback. Totally agree with you, mbuzi wet fry is one amazing dish!

    1. +Charles Mathenge Ahsante sana, hope kuna zile utapika, sio kukula kwa macho tu πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜€

    1. ilikua tamu sana the recipe was easy to get plus the steps were easy to follow,,,thank you so much planning to cook it again on friday for my mum asanti .

    2. Nimeshukuru hata mimi, thank you for trying out this recipe. I’m happy you liked it. Have a nice one.

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