Pika Chakula

Home cooking couldn't get any easier


Dear Pika Chakula Family,

We have been nominated for the BEST FOOD BLOG and BEST KENYAN BLOG OF THE YEAR categories at the BAKE awards 2014, Kenya.

Please show us your support by voting for us at www.blogawards.co.ke/vote

The Westgate attack was able to silence the voices of those unfortunate souls, but not their dreams (read more). Lets get together and make this dream come true!

VOTE NOW and forward this e-mail to all your friends too.

Asante Sana!

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Top 10 Best Smoothie Recipes

The smoothie is a fantastic reminder of just how great it feels to put real, fresh fruits and vegetables into your body. We have compiled the the list of the top 10 best smoothie recipes of All Time. Let the countdown begin!

10. The Ultimate Banana Smoothie - This recipe calls for 3 ripe bananas, milk, vanilla yogurt, peanut butter, honey, and a bit of ice. Together, these ingredients create, by far, the best banana smoothie that one can make. It is an absolutely perfect treat.

9. Basic Breakfast Smoothie – 2 bananas, yogurt, blueberries, any sort of fruity yogurt, chopped hazelnuts, and honey. Don’t let the name fool you, this is one of the most fantastic smoothie to have ever been created. There is literally no better drink to have for breakfast.

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About Us

“Pika Chakula is Kenya’s no.1 resources for recipes” as quoted by mybusinesstricks.com. The site was launched on 9th May 2011 with the aim of improving skills in the kitchen. “Pika Chakula” is a Swahili word that directly translates to “cook food”. We showcase various different types of recipes from around the world ranging from Kenyan cuisines, Tanzanian, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Italian & loads more.

The genius behind this website is Rajan Solanki. More has got to be told about this man himself than his creation. He was a genuine foodie and created the blog to share recipes with both professional and amateur chefs around the world. Through Pika Chakula he organized charity events and touched thousands of lives. Unfortunately, on 21st September 2013, Mr. Solanki became the victim of a terrorist attack at the Westgate Shopping Mall, Nairobi, along with 67 other innocent lives. He had arrived to the rooftop of the shopping mall where a cooking competition for kids was taking place... READ MORE