Katogo (food)

Katogo
Katogo is a traditional breakfast dish in Uganda.wikipedia
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Katogo is a traditional breakfast dish in Uganda.
In Uganda, most tribes have different cuisines but the most popular breakfast dishes are Porridge and Katogo.

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It is served in most regions of Uganda and is defined as a mixture of ingredients.The main ingredients of the dish are matooke and a sauce (beef, offal, beans) The Baganda came up with the katogo dish which is a combination of offal and matooke. The variations of this dish include a staple (matooke, Irish potatoes, cassava or sweet potatoes) which is cooked in the same pot with a sauce (beef, offal, beans, peas, groundnuts or greens).
Matoke are also used to make a popular breakfast dish called Katogo in Uganda.

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Katogo is a traditional breakfast dish in Uganda.

Beef

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It is served in most regions of Uganda and is defined as a mixture of ingredients.The main ingredients of the dish are matooke and a sauce (beef, offal, beans) The process of cooking is done by braising the sauce (offal, beef, ground peanuts or beans) which is brought to a boil and later simmered until it is ready.

Offal

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It is served in most regions of Uganda and is defined as a mixture of ingredients.The main ingredients of the dish are matooke and a sauce (beef, offal, beans) The Baganda came up with the katogo dish which is a combination of offal and matooke. The culinary term for byenda (offal) is tripe and sweetbreads which are the inner lining of the stomach, the thymus gland and the pancreas respectively. The process of cooking is done by braising the sauce (offal, beef, ground peanuts or beans) which is brought to a boil and later simmered until it is ready. The variations of this dish include a staple (matooke, Irish potatoes, cassava or sweet potatoes) which is cooked in the same pot with a sauce (beef, offal, beans, peas, groundnuts or greens).

Bean

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It is served in most regions of Uganda and is defined as a mixture of ingredients.The main ingredients of the dish are matooke and a sauce (beef, offal, beans) The process of cooking is done by braising the sauce (offal, beef, ground peanuts or beans) which is brought to a boil and later simmered until it is ready.

Central Region, Uganda

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Katogo originated from Buganda and Western Uganda, where it was initially perceived as a poor man's dish.

Western Region, Uganda

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Katogo originated from Buganda and Western Uganda, where it was initially perceived as a poor man's dish.

Baganda

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The Baganda came up with the katogo dish which is a combination of offal and matooke.

Tripe

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The culinary term for byenda (offal) is tripe and sweetbreads which are the inner lining of the stomach, the thymus gland and the pancreas respectively.

Sweetbread

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The culinary term for byenda (offal) is tripe and sweetbreads which are the inner lining of the stomach, the thymus gland and the pancreas respectively.

Peanut

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The process of cooking is done by braising the sauce (offal, beef, ground peanuts or beans) which is brought to a boil and later simmered until it is ready.

Charcoal

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Katogo takes a relatively short time to prepare and today most people use wood or charcoal as a cooking fuel.

Staple food

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The variations of this dish include a staple (matooke, Irish potatoes, cassava or sweet potatoes) which is cooked in the same pot with a sauce (beef, offal, beans, peas, groundnuts or greens).

Cassava

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The variations of this dish include a staple (matooke, Irish potatoes, cassava or sweet potatoes) which is cooked in the same pot with a sauce (beef, offal, beans, peas, groundnuts or greens).

Sweet potato

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The variations of this dish include a staple (matooke, Irish potatoes, cassava or sweet potatoes) which is cooked in the same pot with a sauce (beef, offal, beans, peas, groundnuts or greens).

Groundnut

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The variations of this dish include a staple (matooke, Irish potatoes, cassava or sweet potatoes) which is cooked in the same pot with a sauce (beef, offal, beans, peas, groundnuts or greens).

List of African dishes

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List of African dishes