Recipes Tagged 'African Heritage'

This recipe comes to us courtesy of African Heritage & Health Ambassador Carrye Brown...

Recipe adapted from thisrawsomeveganlife.com

Coconut milk is used widely throughout African heritage cooking, in curries, stews and more. Frozen...
This garden-fresh, open-faced sandwich can be made using store-bought hummus and pickles, or it can...
This simple whipped hummus, with butter bean roots in the South combined with North Africa’s...

Inspired by recipes in Jessica B. Harris' The Africa Cookbook and Marcus Samuelsson’s The Soul of a New Cuisine

Sambals are zesty, spicy, chili-based condiments found in South African cuisine.  Sambals were...

Oldways recipe and photo. This recipe is from our cooking program, A Taste of African Heritage. Learn more about it here, and watch our video about the program!
Media: This recipe and photo may be reproduced with credit "Courtesy of Oldways." Contact Abby Sloane for a hi-res photo (2448px x 3264px available).

African heritage desserts have traditionally been based on fresh fruit.  A common dessert in...
Once known as peasant food, kohlrabi has received high acclaim by today's farmers and foodies...
Although native to Italy, polenta is widely featured in Afro-Latin American cuisine.  This...
This recipe is inspired a side dish served at Miller Union in Atlanta, GA, a farm-to-...
Teff has been cultivated in Ethiopia for nearly 3,000 years.  Teff flour is used to make...

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