Lella April 2013 tells some stories

Lella Umedaly nee keshavjee's family travelled from India to South Africa, then to Kenya. She married Shamas Umedaly and had 5 children Nzeera, Mossadiq, Muneera, Umeeda and Hamed. She has eight grandchildren who she dedicated this book to.

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Making Samosas, Lella Teaches us how to make them | Podcast #6

Switlo

Lella makes the best Samosa filing.

Funny part is she really dislikes folding them.

Lella Umedaly taught children in Uganda and Vancouver, Canada.

She is thrilled to watch her grandchildren one by one get their degrees!

Here Nareena graduates from University of Victoria. Antropology.

Nareena is volunteering in Zanzibar with CUSO-VSO

Lella Umedaly nee keshavjee's family travelled from India to South Africa, then to Kenya. She married Shamas Umedaly and had 5 children Nzeera, Mossadiq, Muneera, Umeeda and Hamed. She has eight grandchildren who she dedicated this book to.

You can purchase a copy by visisting www.mamajeeskitchen.com


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Making Samosas | Cooking in MamaJee's Kitchen #5

Today, my children and grandchildren often ask me how to cook various dishes, and they have been requesting a legacy of fast, tasty recipes that embody the meanderings of our diaspora. I have spent four years on this cookbook, working out the measurements and accurately noting the best cooking methods. It has been an enjoyable but frustrating experience because I had learned to cook by feel, smell, color, texture and the look of the dish. We used to pour the ingredients into the palms of our hands or the lid of the container, sensing the right amount while adjusting for the likes and dislikes of the guests. I must admit that the most difficult part about writing this book has been developing exact measurements.

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Eating Ripe Mango Curry | Cooking in MamaJee's Kitchen #4

Today, my children and grandchildren often ask me how to cook various dishes, and they have been requesting a legacy of fast, tasty recipes that embody the meanderings of our diaspora. I have spent four years on this cookbook, working out the measurements and accurately noting the best cooking methods. It has been an enjoyable but frustrating experience because I had learned to cook by feel, smell, color, texture and the look of the dish. We used to pour the ingredients into the palms of our hands or the lid of the container, sensing the right amount while adjusting for the likes and dislikes of the guests. I must admit that the most difficult part about writing this book has been developing exact measurements.

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Adding Ripe Mango to the Curry | Cooking in MamaJee's Kitchen #3

Today, my children and grandchildren often ask me how to cook various dishes, and they have been requesting a legacy of fast, tasty recipes that embody the meanderings of our diaspora. I have spent four years on this cookbook, working out the measurements and accurately noting the best cooking methods. It has been an enjoyable but frustrating experience because I had learned to cook by feel, smell, color, texture and the look of the dish. We used to pour the ingredients into the palms of our hands or the lid of the container, sensing the right amount while adjusting for the likes and dislikes of the guests. I must admit that the most difficult part about writing this book has been developing exact measurements.

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Making Mango Curry | Cooking in MamaJee's Kitchen #2

Today, my children and grandchildren often ask me how to cook various dishes, and they have been requesting a legacy of fast, tasty recipes that embody the meanderings of our diaspora. I have spent four years on this cookbook, working out the measurements and accurately noting the best cooking methods. It has been an enjoyable but frustrating experience because I had learned to cook by feel, smell, color, texture and the look of the dish. We used to pour the ingredients into the palms of our hands or the lid of the container, sensing the right amount while adjusting for the likes and dislikes of the guests. I must admit that the most difficult part about writing this book has been developing exact measurements.

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Preparing the food | Cooking in MamaJee's Kitchen #1

Lella Umedaly nee keshavjee's family travelled from India to South Africa, then to Kenya. She married Shamas Umedaly and had 5 children Nzeera, Mossadiq, Muneera, Umeeda and Hamed. She has eight grandchildren who she dedicated this book to.

Today, my children and grandchildren often ask me how to cook various dishes, and they have been requesting a legacy of fast, tasty recipes that embody the meanderings of our diaspora. I have spent four years on this cookbook, working out the measurements and accurately noting the best cooking methods. It has been an enjoyable but frustrating experience because I had learned to cook by feel, smell, color, texture and the look of the dish. We used to pour the ingredients into the palms of our hands or the lid of the container, sensing the right amount while adjusting for the likes and dislikes of the guests. I must admit that the most difficult part about writing this book has been developing exact measurements.

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Join lella Umedaly cooking

Samosas, Chicken Curry, yo name it she cooks such delicious, fast and nutriious food

Ask her grandchildren.

Tariq Spence studying Fine Arts in Qatar. She is so proud of you.


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Cooking, Indian food, Lella Umedaly

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