Chef Ali Mandhry, one of Kenya’s most visible cooking experts, has drawn mixed reactions from Kenyans online after unleashing his newest recipe.
Chef Mandhry on Saturday took to social media to share the recipe for what he called the cheesy beef githeri.
Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) however found the meal a tad strange, with a large section comparing it to the normal githeri partaken in most households during childhood.
Another section of KOT however laughed off the idea of the meal, with media personality Patricia Kihoro questioning the “gaseous emissions after consuming” it.
— Ali Mandhry (@ChefAliMandhry) October 26, 2019
Githeri ni Githeri tu, whatever way you dress it up ?
— MûChege (@callmerawnie) October 28, 2019
Looks dope but man i still hate Githeri man, high school killed this for me.
— Atera (@arnoldnyakundi) October 28, 2019
why on God'd Green Brown earth? the highschool and grandparent trauma cannot allow this culinary mediocrity to be made fancy pic.twitter.com/ilzvubsFYO
— Perplexing Pegasus (@Athanville) October 28, 2019
Looks good. But I’d rather not mix cheese with beans #bombonaplate ??
— Mouf (@NdosiLuvai) October 28, 2019
— Odhis (@jakager_) October 28, 2019
You'll need more… pic.twitter.com/F2hrPXpOP9
— jotham kubwa (@kubwasmalls) October 28, 2019
Cancer after seeing this pic.twitter.com/A02jXIp08l
— Tynne Monroe (@tynneofficial) October 28, 2019