‘Senga’ in Buganda means Auntie and for a long time in history, the Aunties in a family have been sources of information for traditional norms and practices passed on from
generation to generation. They‘re a resource for traditional recipes and this gives this menu a twist. Be hosted by a senga, enjoy the meals and the wealth of knowledge they have to share…
AFRICAN PASSION FRUIT JUICE
Contains fresh passion straight from the garden, carrots and lemon for tingly and shape taste to arouse your taste buds
Will be available for the guest to crunch on.
Made from Maize corn by local granneries. Known as Ugali else wherein the east African region.
Boiled in Traditional greens to pull off a great taste.
A traditional dish from Uganda, in which the meat stew is steamed in banana leaves
(green bananas but not plantain) boiled or steamed (mashed) cooked in or served
Local home made ground nut stew flows well with matooke
TRADITIONAL CHICKEN STEW
This type is different prepared following the local procedure passed on for generation.
Made with the finest flour, the chapatis are very popular among the Natives
Peas has a tendency of soothing the stomach with all that heat from the meat.
To soak all beautiful curries, one needs rice
Made from the sweet yellow bananas locally called ‘Ndizi’
GREENS / VEGETABLES
Local greens like dodo and nakati have been found to have high nutritious contents are served with ovacado and cucumber.
Contains pineapples, paw paws, water melon, mangoes and oranges all straight from the farm for a sweet ending to this awesome tale