A luhya’s love of engoho is a well known, well chewed on, well satirized affair. But less known is muduya’s place among Maragoli traditional foods. Let me put it this way. Growing up, it’s only ingokho and muduya that was shared among brothers.
How to make muduya
Muduya is a bean stew delicacy that’s treasured among the Maragoli sub-tribe of the Luhya of Western Kenya. It packs a punch in flavor, yet no spices are involved in its preparation. Muduya is best served with ugali and a side helping of fresh vegetables or vegetable salad.
Watch this video on how to prepare Muduya, I hope it will be helpful to you.