Black-eyed beans are meant to bring you luck if you eat them on New Year’s day. So here is serving you up some Hoppin’ John (black-eyed bean stew) and wishing you all a happy New Year. I look forward to hanging out with you in 2014 and beyond.
Couscous is an ingredient that every well stocked pantry should have. Cooking couscous is very easy. You just pour some boiling stock (or water) over it, mix it well and cover it. Ten minutes later it is ready.
This Jamaican vegetable soup is bursting with the well know Jamaican flavours of rice and peas, sweet potato, fresh thyme, allspice, peppers and chilli.
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.
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.
Looking for an unconventional yet still festive meal – then try this gluten-free harissa meatballs, saffron rice and harissa-butter corn.
I think I have been slacking in my ‘no special occasion is complete without this traditional dish’ Jollof rice sharing duties.
I mean, what’s up with having only one Jollof rice recipe on my blog? Any one who grew up in African would have at least three Jollof recipes up their sleeves.
Why not add an African twist to pasta with this coconut, pancetta and cheese spaghetti cabonara. It is ready in just 15 mins.
Folks, I finally made some Jollof spaghetti aka Jollof pasta. And it is so good that I am trying to convince my sister to serve some up at her wedding next year. Heck, we all know that it is no West African party if it has not got some Jollof rice in it somewhere right. So why not go over board and serve up some jollof pasta too.