Werrason ana raha yake bwana…

July 15, 2011


Huwa natofautiana na Mashabiki wangu wakisema namchukia Werrason, la hasha namkubali sana Werrason ila mapenzi yangu kwa JB Mpiana ni kwenye kuimba na mpangilio wa muziki, anyway tuyaache hayo.

Angalia Sebene na jinsi wadada walivyotupa Mambo Muone Bibicia Mfwengi kabla hajaondoka pia muone The Crocodile anavyokupa mambo ni balaa…

Video ya leo ni zawadi kwa Ma Werasonike wote, Richard Malewa, Rashid na Muzee wa Muscut na wasomaji wangu wote Ma Werrasonique, Weekend njema.


A Taste of Tanzania; Blog ya Mapishi ya Kitanzania

July 15, 2011


Chapati originated in India but differ a little bit. In Tanzania chapati makes a good breakfast with soup or tea: lunch or dinner with stew and vegetables.

The process may look too long, but this is because I want to explain well, once you prepare this recipe for the first time, you will notice it is a very short process.


  • 5 cups all purpose flour (not self rising)
  • 2 cups warm water
  • 1 ½ tsp Salt
  • ½ cup Canola/Vegetable oil (heated then cool down) You will not use all of it.
  • 2 cups Extra lour for kneading


  1. In a large mixing bowl, measure 5 cups of flour.
  2. In another bowl, mix salt, 3 tbsp of oil, and 1 ½ cup of water, stir until the salt dissolves.
  3. Pour the above water in the flour bowl. Mix well; and keep adding the remaining water until dough becomes soft.
  4. Knead the dough for 10 – 15 minutes; add flour if needed.
  5. Divide in 11 to 15 equal parts (make a ball like shape), arrange them on a flat surface, and then cover with plastic wrap or a white clean cloth.
  6. Right away, continue with 6(1):
    1. With a rolling pin, roll one part of the dough thinner than ¼ centimeters (never mind if it is not a perfectly round).
    2. Brush oil on top (Look at photo #1).

      Brushing oil on Chapati to create layers

      Photo #1

    3. At the side that face you, make one centimeter fold, then roll forward with both two hands; almost like you are rolling a rode away from your direction) (Look at photo #2) It should look like a rope.

      Photo #2

    4. Then create a coil-like shape (as photo #3).

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JhikoMan @ Sweet Eazy

July 15, 2011


Don’t miss this show by Tanzania’s Leading Reggae Artist.

Live at Sweet Eazy Oysterbay.

This Saturday, 16 July, from 9pm.

Reservations: 0755 75 40 74.

See below flyer for details.

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