There are so many ways to make CHAKALAKA and everyone does it differently from each other based on preferences. A man on Facebook shared ingredients to what he thought he could make CHAKALAKA, he shared a picture of the ingredients with the caption " Ombela ugudisiwa uita tshakalaka." Which simply means please teach me how to make CHAKALAKA. CHAKALAKA can't be difficult to do if you have eaten it before, it is very easy to make out which ingredients were used to make. The classic is onions, tomatoes, carrots, different colored peppers and baked beans with proper if you prefer it hot but you can always mix and match. What the man had on his ingredients list was no where true to CHAKALAKA, it seemed like he was on another quest to make something else not CHAKALAKA. People had a lot to say with what he had and commented under his post. See some of people's comments down below.
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