This Prawn and Mussels Rougaille, is a classic Mauritian recipe with richly flavoured tomato sauce that combines Creole cuisine flavours like onions, thyme, garlic and chillies.e.
This Jamaican vegetable soup is bursting with the well know Jamaican flavours of rice and peas, sweet potato, fresh thyme, allspice, peppers and chilli.
Looking for an easy Cassava Leaves recipe? Well, I have got a delicious one with a step-by-step tutorial right here. You will not believe how good this Cassava Leaf Sauce (Saka Saka, Palava Sauce) is!!!
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 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.
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.
Today I am sharing my version of a Tanzanian seafood curry. The mussels are cooked in a sauce spiced with cloves, cardamom, coriander and ginger and enriched with some creamy coconut milk and delicious finely sieved tomatoes. Oh folks, just imagine the rich flavours in this.
This one-pot black-eyed beans and sweet potato recipe with palm oil (bean and sweet potato pottage) is finger-licking street food at its best.
This butternut squash soup with peanut butter will be one of those autumn traditions that I happily resurrect every single year.
This one-pot beans and plantains recipe (bean and plantain pottage) is finger-licking West African street food at its best.