This simple dish, sometimes called kuku na nazi, is a fabulous coconut curry from the East African coast. It is a perfect illustration of how African, Arab and Indian influences meld in the coastal region.
Githeri is one of the main staple foods in Kenya. It originates from the Kikuyu tribe of Central Kenya but has quickly become popular all across the country. The dish is basically a bean stew (sometimes with cubes of steak and potatoes mixed in for added flavour and nutrients), very rich in proteins and incredibly healthy and filling. It is best served as is, but can also be enjoyed over rice or with a side of crusty bread/chapatis. So if you love your beans, this is a MUST-TRY recipe!
Githeri is a Kenyan traditional dish of maize and kidney beans. It is a staple dish in Kenya because it includes the staple food as one of the ingredients which is corn. It is easy to access because maize and beans are always available since most Kenyans are farmers. Garnishing would include some parsley or mint. Recipe: http://www.whats4eats.com/vegetables/githeri-recipe