This is the easiest meal that I remember my grandma used to prepare when I was a kid. She
usually prepared kasha with kjofte and I prepare it that way many times. I prepare kasha with chicken when I have chicken leftovers and my family loves it. Basically, kasha is prepared with fried flour and water, thickened to a roux consistency. And the best taste of kasha gives the garlic, I always use fresh garlic, it's the best.

Ingredients (for 2 people):
  • 3 tbs flour
  • cooking oil
  • 1 flat tbs vegeta
  • 5-6 chopped cloves garlic
  • 1-2 tbs tomato sauce (or eventually ketchup)
  • any kind of cooked chicken cut into small pieces 

  1. Pour cooking oil in a pot and when oil becomes hot, add the flour and stir with a wire. Stir constantly and be careful not to burn flour. Reduce temperature and stir until flour changes color to yellowish (3-4 minutes)
  2. Pour some water and continue to stir. Gradually add water and if kasha is too thick, add more water to dilute it. I never measure water so I can't tell you exactly how much water you need. Basically you need to make it look as in picture. Cook for several minutes until it thickens. 
  3. Add vegeta (mixed spices with salt), chopped garlic and tomato sauce in the end. Add chopped chicken and leave to cook for 1-2 minutes.
  4. Serve immediately.