• The vegetable is not common in Kenya but can be found in various groceries store and supermarket outlets.
• It can be used to make salads, soups or stews.
Sweet corn is a storehouse of essential vitamins and minerals.
The vegetable is not common in Kenya but can be found in various groceries store and supermarket outlets.
Sweet corn can be a nutritious addition to your diet when taken in moderation.
It can be used to make salads, soups or stews making you fuller for longer since it is a starchy vegetable and has lots of carbohydrates.
People with diabetes should eat it in moderation since it can cause blood sugar levels to rise.
- 1 Cup of Sweet Corn, cooked
- 2 Cups of Basmati Rice, pre-boiled.
- ¼ Tbsp. black pepper
- Vegetable oil
Using a sufuria, heat the vegetable oil and then add the cooked corn. Season with black pepper and salt.
Add in the cooked rice. Ensure to remove any clumps before adding the rice. Mix well on medium-high heat until everything is well combined.
Serve warm with beef, chicken, or vegetables.
Corn can also be added to pilau.