|Kiliss: A Chadian Specialty|
The meat didn't have much flavor or if it did I couldn't taste it over the raw onion or the red peppers. It was kinda chewy, like a beef jerky, and I couldn't stop eating it. I kept coming back to it over and over again and by the end of the day I had eaten most of it (I also shared with my coworkers but most Americans were too afraid to try it). I enjoy most Chadian foods, especially la boule (millet ball with a sauce) and usually eat my bowl of Chadian soup for breakfast each morning- today was beef in a tomato sauce with lots of peppers, veggies, and bit of extra piment. We'll have to see how I feel in the morning to see if all the Kiliss I ate was a shock to my system!
|Not found in Chad but a fond memory from my last trip to Germany|