Corn is a staple food in much of Africa. Cooking it with coconut is one of the favorite ways of preparing corn. Somali Corn in Coconut Sauce/Galey iyo Qumbo is usually served as a side dish and it goes well with meat or vegetables and steamed rice – by Tara’s Multicultural Table.
What a crazy month this has been. I have been on cloud nine ever since I became an aunt to a beautiful niece. To top it off, it’s also my birthday month. We at Cookilicious are celebrating all of this in the best way known to us – by sharing some delicious recipes with all of you from across the globe by some of my fellow food bloggers. Hence the conception of Global Recipe Month Series. So far we have shared recipes from Indian, Spanish, Lebanese, Korean, French and Persian cuisines.
Somalian cuisine is something I had never thought of. Therefore when I came across this recipe at Tara’s blog, I just had to share it with you. This Somali corn on the cob is packed with flavor and color, but takes less than 15 minutes to make with only a handful of ingredients. While reading about this recipe, I also got an insight to Tara’s world. She enjoys her cooking like a hobby. When not cooking, she is scrap-booking, reading or traveling.
You can follow Tara on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Hope you have got as excited about this global recipe month like I am and are looking forward to many such unique international recipes from around the globe. Keep coming back for more! If you do try this recipe, please do share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. This will keep me motivated to develop more interesting recipes. Click a pic and post it with the hashtag #cookiliciousveg — I would love to see your pictures on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!