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Street food recipe - make a 'Rolex'

Street food recipe - make a 'Rolex'

A Ugandan Rolex snack

This video shows how to make an African 'Rolex' snack - a Ugandan street food with a chapati, onions, peppers and egg, and very tasty! The Rolex is a type of food eaten on the streets of Kampala, Uganda and all across East Africa. Eggs are fried over a charcoal stove with other ingredients in this popular recipe. You can explore street food recipes from around the world using the link as a great introduction to different cultures and you could even get pupils to make up their own healthy street foods using local ingredients. Let Ronnie and David show you how to make a Rolex with your pupils at school - but DON'T use a knife in the way David does; you're likely to cut yourself (please also make this clear to pupils).

Make a Rolex snack with Ronnie from Uganda