Top Kenyan Food Bloggers and Influencers that will leave you drooling

They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. I couldn’t agree no more because if we are talking about good food, I am a man too. Count me in sis.
On the real though, we all love good food. As a matter of fact, I could make do with a hearty meal that I will literally devour in minutes. I love that a good number of Kenyan bloggers are investing their time, skills, money, knowledge and energy towards teaching and informing us on different ways to prepare different meals. Below are 5 of my favorite Kenyan bloggers:

1. Kaluhi’s Kitchen www.kaluhiskitchen.com

Kaluhi Agbala is an award-winning Kenyan food blogger that has been recognized on international levels about the same. She focuses on informing her readers on different ways of preparing locally available foods. In addition, she leaves a downloadable link for you to get the recipe if you want to try it at home.

2. Miss Mandi

Mandi Sarro has made a name for herself mainly on Instagram and YouTube where she shows people how to Throwdown. I won’t lie to you; I am always drooling every time I decide to feed my eyes by seeing what she has been up to in the cooking department. She gives both healthy and not-so-healthy options, so the choice is yours.

3. Chef Ali

He focuses on preparing Swahili cuisines, ones that literally are exceptional. I love me some pilau, mahamri, bhajia and so on and so forth. If you want to catch a glimpse for yourself, feel free to check out his YouTube channel at Chef Ali Artistry. You will not be disappointed.

4. Pika Chakula www.pikachakula.com

This award-winning Kenyan food blog not only gives the viewers knowledge on how to prepare different foods from different parts of the world but also provides recipes for those interested. If you are just starting out on cooking either for fun or for career purposes, this is the food blog you need to check out.

5. Fauzia’s Kitchen https://fauziaskitchenfun.com

She makes cooking halal foods seem so easy. If you are looking to learn how to make most Kenyan foods, mostly Swahili cuisine, this is the blog for you.

 

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Raisa Ichalut
Raisa Ichalut is a wellness- nichéd Content Curator who seeks to use this website as a tool that informs, empowers, and enlightens people on topics around self- discovery, development, and love, general wellness, positivism, energy, healing, and mindfulness.

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