Making easy and very delicious githeri is not that difficult.
As long as you want to, you can make it without much of a hassle.
However, you will need some spare time to boil githeri and get it ready for frying using one of the available githeri recipes.
When learning how to cook githeri, first read the post on how to choose ingredients for delicious Githeri.
After choosing the ingredients, you will have to choose the mode of boiling the maize and beans.
Usually, a charcoal jiko is what most Kenyans use to boil Githeri. It takes 3-4 hours to get it to a good soft consistency.
However, let me reveal a secret. The easiest way to boil Githeri is using a pressure cooker.
Currently, it is my favorite appliance in the kitchen.
Just go ahead, invest in a pressure cooker, thank me later.