In Kenya, fish is found in Lake Victoria. The surrounding is occupied by the Luo tribe in Kenya and are thus famous for their love of fish. Luos enjoy a wide variety of fish from the Lake. The most common fish sold locally are the Tilapia and Nile perch.
There is no standard way of cooking fish. Each person has their tastes and differences.
Different types of fish are best made in different ways thus making it a versatile meal among the Luos.
The most widely adopted process is the frying of the fish in extremely hot oil first thing before preparation. This is done to pre-prepare the fish for cooking, although at this point your fish is ready to eat! It also helps with the preservation of the fish.
Fish can be eaten fried, as a stew or dry. There are many different recipes you can use to make a delicious meal. Fish flavours are also found in many of our products.