Tips for a Sishebo Your Friends and Family will Love

Tips for a Sishebo Your Friends and Family will Love

They say the one who feeds you is the one who loves you. And we couldn’t agree more!

Mealtimes are one of the most important times for family bonding in any home — and no meal is complete without a mouthwatering sishebo.

Rajah has always been dedicated to helping you create delicious sishebos for you family to enjoy time and time again. We’ve put together a few handy tips to give your meal that extra special touch to satisfy even the pickiest of tastes.

 

Tip 1: The simplest, most delicious taste starts with delicious presentation. Where possible, use colourful, juicy vegetables such as tomatoes, carrots and green beans. These not only add colour, but they provide great flavor and nutrients, too. The lovelier the dish looks, the more irresistible it is to dig into.

 

Tip 2: Give yourself plenty of time when making a sishebo. When cooking beef or mutton, the last thing you want is to end up with tough and chewy meat. Take your time and let your pot simmer for at least an hour on low heat, making sure to check on it from time to time to avoid it sticking to the bottom.

 

Tip 3: Although vegetables are a hearty addition, don’t throw them in too soon. Vegetables like potatoes and carrots often soften much faster than meat so it’s best to only add them halfway through the cooking time. Vegetables like broccoli and tomatoes can go in even later.

 

Tip 4: No sishebo is complete without a generous helping of Rajah. Not only will the aroma fill your home and get everyone excited for dinnertime, but the taste itself is unmatched. Seconds, anyone?

 

Rajah has a great range of flavours suitable for a variety of different tastes. Pick from either Mild, All-in-One, Hot, Flavourful and Mild or Mild and Spicy to get just the right amount of tastiness.

For more great sishebo tips, have a look at out some of our delicious sishebo recipes. Let us know which ones are a hit with your family and friends by contacting us on our Facebook page.