BATUK wives serve up Kenyan dishes at cooking classes

BATUK wives Kenyan cookery course
The BATUK wives have been learning how to cook Kenyan dishes. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) wives have been embracing Kenyan culture by developing their culinary skills at cookery lessons run in the Welfare Centre at Nyati Barracks.

During the 1 day course run by Phoebe Perrot and Karigo Ndolo last Thursday, the ladies learnt how to cook Kenyan dishes including mandazi, chapati and pilau masala rice.

BATUK wives Kenyan cookery course
BATUK wives have been brushing up on their culinary skills during lessons run in the Welfare Centre at Nyati Barracks. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

Not only was the day an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and sample some national dishes it also gave them the opportunity to build on their existing strong community bonds.

BATUK wives Kenyan cookery course
Among the Kenyan dishes the BATUK wives learnt to cook were mandazi, chapati and pilau masala rice. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

Commenting on the course, BATUK said: “All who attended the day thoroughly enjoyed themselves and hope the day will be repeated at some point in the future for those unable to attend. Commander BATUK would like to extend his thanks to the ladies for running the course.”

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