Guys, finally I got some puff puff for you.
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.
Roasted okra (lady fingers) will make a unique addition to all the lovely barbeques you are (most definitely) going to be hosting this summer. This is snacking made sexy – trust me.
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.
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.
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.
I think it is time to share my easy peasy, ready in 15 mins healthy grilled salmon recipe with a vibrant tropical salsa. It is healthy, drool worthy and tastes great. What’s not to like.
I was in recipe name limbo. I could not decide if I want to call this recipe okra sauce, or okro soup, or palmoil okro or okra soup Sierra Leonean style. Like serious name limbo and not much of an answer after three days. Thing is, at home in Sierra Leone, when we say okra, this is what we mean.
I first had Nigerian beef suya, a few years ago, when I took Freddy on his first ever visit to Sierra Leone.