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Thursday, May 31st, 2018
Matooke is usually harvested green, carefully peeled and then cooked and often mashed or pounded into a meal. In Uganda and Rwanda (where matooke is a national dish for both countries), matooke is steam-cooked, and the mashed meal. The Baganda a tribe in Uganda pride themselves in making the best matoke dishes.
Matooke can also be taken as a breakfast dish called Katogo that is cooked together with different sauces like beef, beans, offals, goat and whatever choice is preferred. In this method, the matooke are not smashed and also eliminates the need of preparing a separate sauce.
The matooke produce has been creatively advanced these days to variety of products. These include
With the right preparation, you can not go wrong with the different recipes matooke has to offer. Enjoy!