Recipes Tagged 'African Heritage'

Recipe courtesy of Les Moulins Mahjoub, Photo by Drmaik at en.wikipedia [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)]
This traditional Tunisian favorite blends the potent flavors of harissa and preserved lemon, along...
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“Mojo” sauces originated in the Canary Islands, off the northwest coast of Africa....
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Yuca root (pronouced yoo-cuh) is enjoyed as a staple starch throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and...
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Mafe, or Groundnut Stew, is common throughout West and Central Africa. This traditional stew can...
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Millet has been grown across Africa, as a major grain, for centuries. A staple of The Continent...
An Oldways recipe
The African name for okra is "gumbo," just like the beloved southern stew. If okra's...
Recipe by David Wilcoxen
This savory recipe has roots across the Atlantic, originating in Ghana and traveling to the ...
Recipe by: Alaiyo Kiasi-Barnes, Pescetarian Journal Author
Tilapia, a fresh water fish native to Africa, has become one of the hottest seafood items on...
Marie-Claude Mendy, Chef and Owner of Teranga
This zesty tomato sauce is a perfect pair with Accara, black-eyed pea fritters from West...
Recipe by: Marie Claude-Mendy, Chef and Owner of Teranga
Accara are crispy black-eyed pea fritters that are a popular street food in West Africa. This...

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