Instant Pot Pumpkin and Plantain Curry is the must have fall dish! Full of delicious autumn flavours like pumpkin with African influence from the plantains.
Welcome to this drool-worthy African Recipes corner. Here you will find lots of family-tested authentic African Recipes as well as fusion versions made with exciting colours, flavours and spices. From Puff Puff to Jollof Rice to Okro Soup to Groundnut Soup, you will find plenty of delicious African Recipes to enjoy.
Sometimes it is all about non-recipe recipes like this cucumber and rosemary infused ginger beer. Don’t you just love these? It is one of those drinks that is absolutely perfect for entertaining.
I like fried garlic and chillies and have probably eaten every vegetable you can think of topped with this combo. I do mean every vegetable you can think of. Try it yourself and see how it transforms your green beans into something special.
Looking for the easiest African Pepper Soup recipe? You have found it!! It only takes a few everyday ingredients and minimal effort to whip up this popular African Soup.
This recipe for Instant Pot Ribs (West African Style) will produce heaven on a plate. They are fall-off-the-bone good and a must-try. This pork ribs recipe is low in carbs and suitable for Keto, Paleo, Whole 30 and Gluten-Free diets. Post also includes grill and oven versions.
Looking for the easiest Jamaican Curry Goat recipe? You have found it!! You need one pot, minimal time and effort and a few spices to whip up this popular Caribbean Curry.
Looking for an easy Mango Cake Recipe? You have found it!! This gorgeous rich tropical Coconut Mango Cake is bursting with juicy mango and a velvety coconut caramel sauce, so full exotic flavours in every bite. Check out the easy step-by-step instructions and photos to make your own made from scratch Mango Cake.
If Sierra Leoneans did hot cross buns, these tropical hot cross buns, aka mango and coconut hot cross buns, would be the ones we would make.
This morning I woke up and really wanted some thick, fragrant and comforting chicken peanut stew. So I made some. That’s how easy this is. How do I describe peanut stew to you? Well, the peanut butter base makes this stew creamy, and when cooked it gives it a naturally sweet and perfect flavour.
I think I told you before how much we eat pancakes in this house right? But incase you missed it – we eat them A LOT. So I am always looking for ways to jazz up our pancakes. Enter these semolina pancakes topped with maple and nutmeg roasted plantain. A fusion of Moroccan and Sierra Leonean cuisines.