African Doughnut (Drop Doughnut) – a 15-minute African Doughnut recipe that is crunchy on the outside and pillowy soft on the inside. Packed with flavour bite-sized treats.
This oddly wonderful combination of ingredients make a surprisingly different and delicious soup! Serve with some crusty bread for dipping.
An unusual combination of simple ingredients that render a spicy, tasty soup that is ready in less than 45 minutes!
This is adapted from a recipe by a renowned Indian food authority in Cape Town, Ramola Parbhoo.
This is a South African dessert favourite. The beet adds a delicious natural sweetness and flavour and the resulting red colour makes this a delight to present at the table.
Fry jacks are a popular Belizean breakfast bread that can be whipped up in less than 30 mins. It sure hits the spot.
Spicy and very tender chicken suya with flavours from West Africa and lots of my favourite herb: garlic.
This takes only a few minutes to prepare. Increase or decrease the ingredients as desired, especially the jalapenos! Add more of the reserved bean liquid for a smoother dip.
Also known as benachin in Wolof, a one-pot rice dish popular in Ghana, Nigeria, Gambia, Senegal, Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia. Also called 'reddish one-pot dish'.
Kachumbari is Kenya’s favourite salad and is usually served alongside main meals or snacks.
This is a delicious twist on a soul food staple! The ingredient mix is strange, but they come together perfectly. Adjust the amounts to your taste.
Angola’s National dish. It is rich with the aromatic flavours of garlic, tons of onions, spiced up with hot pepper and thickened with okra.
Nigerian meat pie is a buttery, crispy, delicious snack filled with minced beef and vegetables. (usually carrots & potatoes)
This is a great spicy marinade recipe, a traditional African dish and great for BBQ.
A traditional Somali recipe.