Luwombo is a delicacy where chicken, beef, ground nuts, dry fish or any other sauce is tied-up in a banana leaf and steamed over matooke or

any other staple in banana leaves or a steamer.

How to prepare the luwombo leaf

The banana leaf used for luwombo, must be fresh, young and without a tear. Clean the leaf with a clean, damp cloth and leave on clean surface in the sun for about 25 minutes or more, so that it becomes limp. Next, carefully, smoke leaf over dried banana leaves without allowing leaf to dry out. Finally, remove the midrib being careful not to tear the leaf, so that it can easily be folded. Prepare two leaves incase one tears

In Company Of Hajji and Hajji Restaurant
Meal Time All Day
Ingredients per portion
¼ chicken (broiler) 1 medium-size carrot, sliced
2 large, ripe tomatoes, shinned 1 green pepper, chopped
1 large onion, chopped 1 tbsp butter
1 chicken stock cube, crumbled Splendid Sundowner experience
1 clove garlic, crushed 1 tsp tomato paste
Amount On Order

Day 1

Travel to Kabale. After breakfast, drive from Kampala/Hotel. Stop over at the Drum Making section-(Mpambile), and another stop over at the Equator. Continue to Mbarara for Igongo Cultural Village. Continue for a 3hrs drive to Kabale for Lake Bunyonyi. Check in your preferred lodge

Day 2

Breakfast then Canoeing and visit to the pygmies families. Go hiking along with the locals. Return for lunch. Afternoon go for rope course. Dinner, enjoy the campfire and sundowner on the lake at your lodge

Day 3

Breakfast, Visit the Kabale Museum, stop over the great lakes museum then continue to Kampala

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