This Jamaican vegetable soup is bursting with the well know Jamaican flavours of rice and peas, sweet potato, fresh thyme, allspice, peppers and chilli.
Introducing you all to one of my favourite Sierra Leonean foods aka cassava leaves.
Welcome to the bestest new dish in town. Yeap, that would be this ginger beer pulled pork recipe.
These jerk shrimps with coconut rice and peas are one of those meals that work well for every type of eating situation that you can imagine.
Peeps, I have been wanting to share this chicken Jollof rice for a long time.
Hey Peeps. Are you looking forward to BBQ season? Because if you are, then you might want to investigate these jerk shrimp tacos with sweetcorn, mango and pineapple. Because once you do, you might just find yourself addicted, to both the shrimps and BBQ’s, in a very good way.
Who is ready for some jerk fish stew with pepper pineapple fried rice? It is tasty, easy so a great quick weeknight supper as well as perfect for special occasions such as Easter and Mother’s day.
This slow cooker African peanut soup (granat stew, groundnut stew, Senegalese Maafe) is so, so easy to make. Especially useful to know when you are about to have a craaaaaaaaazy day or two.
I am starting to think that my recipe work is purely holiday led. So, if I wake up in the morning dreaming about Sierra Leone, then I will whip up an African recipe. Last week it was Mauritius, so a mussels and king prawn rougaille it had to be.
I have recently just come back from spending three glorious weeks in Sierra Leone. The sort of glorious weeks which involved, amongst other things, me watching my aunt’s whip up amazing African dishes over coal-powered fires. I also had the chance to see them use familiar cooking tools like a mortar and pestle, for making simple dishes like an African jollof stew.