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.
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.
Guys, finally I got some puff puff for you.
This kiwi mango pavlova with coconut whipped cream is an easy dessert recipe that takes 10 mins to make and guaranteed crowd pleaser.
These coconut mango waffles are pretty much West African in food form, and they are every bit as good as they sound.
Guys this easy coconut caramel is the real deal. You simply boil together some butter sugar and water for a few mins and then stir in some coconut milk and coconut extract. Resulting in the most, creamy, spoon dipping, finger licking coconut caramel sauce ever.
It is about time I rock your world with my cashew guava cheesecake recipe. Or should I say cheesecake Sierra Leonean style? I am talking thick guava nectar, mixed in with some yoghurt and topped with a whole load of chopped roasted cashews.
This cashew, lime and pineapple sundae is good. The sweet pineapple really contrasts with the lime flavour and complements the sweet roasted cashew. This is fresh and simple and without any syrup relying entirely on the sweetness of the pineapple.