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Lentil soup is almost as man himself. The Bible talks about lentil soup that Jacob made and his brother Esau wanted that soup so badly, he sold his right as firstborn.
This soft, fluffy sourdough chocolate chip cookies made from sourdough starter discard, may soon become your family's favourite. Easy to make and super delicious!
Use this African cooking kitchen essentials list to stock your shelves so you'll be prepared to serve African cuisine at home anytime.
Amala is a dumpling made from the dried peels of yam. The peel is sometimes combined with dried cassava or plantain. These are then blended to a flour called elubo.
Edikaikong soup recipes is easily the richest of African vegetable soup. It is a soup eaten mainly by the Ibibos and Calabaris of South East Nigeria, but now...
EdikangIkong Soup is a deliciously rich African vegetable soup, commonly served as a top delicacy during very important occasions. You can cook and enjoy edikang ikong at home too.
Ewa Agoyin is popular street food in Lagos Nigeria. The origin though is from the Agoyins, a tribe from Togo and Benin republic. They introduced this to Nigeria, and it is now a household name.
Millet porridge from the pearl millet is one of the healthiest meals known to man. Millet is a powerhouse of nutrients. It is rich in dietary fibre,.....
Pilau rice is an excellent method for cooking rice using stock, broth, herbs, spices, vegetables, sometimes with meat or fish. The rice absorbs the flavours of whatever you add to it.
Rice is by far the number one staple in the world. It is the favourite for many across the Asian and African continents. Explore the different ways you can eat rice.
This delicious vegetable tagine is spicy, sweet and hearty and contributes in no small way, toward your five a day. Serve this on rice, with couscous or dip your bread in this stew.
Nigerian tomato stew is a favourite must-have sauce that pairs up with an endless number of dishes from simple snacks to elaborate dinners. This sauce always delivers in terms taste and simplicity of cooking. All ingredients for this is available in most parts of the globe.
Egusi seeds is main ingredients for melon soup. Large quantity of very rich cooking oil are also extracted from this yet another nutritious African food seed.
Lamb tajine cooked in the beautiful Moroccan pot, tajine. The result is a spicy sauce with lamb so juicy and tender.
Harissa shrimp is peppered shrimp flavoured with North African spicy sauce, harissa, great as a snack, part of a meal. Super easy to whip and very tasty
Gbegiri is a hearty bean stew indigenous to Western Nigeria, tasty, highly-nutritious and my best part is, it is super-easy to make. So, let's head over to the kitchen.
Okra soup, the main ingredient is okra, ladies finger a vegetable overlooked because of the "slime" characteristic. However, this vegetable has a ton of nutrients. Enjoy the recipe and your okra soup.
Periperi chicken is a deliciously spicy, zesty grilled chicken that has its roots to Angola and Mozambique, two former Portuguese colonies.
Barbecue? Who does not like that smokey aroma from a barbecue. Try my top five recipes for fiery, zesty flavours and spice up your grilling season. Have fun cooking.
Red Red bean stew, delicious bean stew native to Ghana in West Africa, paired seasoned plantain fries, kelewele for an exciting spicy dinner.
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