Recipes Tagged 'African Heritage'

Chickpeas have played an important role in African cooking ever since they were first cultivated by...
Stovetop braising is an easy cooking technique that you can apply to any of your favorite...
In her encyclopediac cookbook "Vegetable Literacy", Deborah Madden shares the magic of...
Baking sweet potatoes brings out their natural sweetness, so they barely need anything added to...
Callaloo is a traditional Caribbean soup, created by enslaved Africans using African heritage and...
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Okra comes to the table full of nutrition and deep African roots. Early African American ancestors...
Quick, easy, bold and peppery, this recipe makes for a mouthwatering side dish in less than 5...
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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