This is a classic African preparation which is eaten as an accompaniment to spicy stews. Traditionally a small amount is rolled in the hand then dipped in the sauce.
I learned of this fried banana dish when I was in Kenya. Potatoes aren't that common in Kenya but bananas are.
This is the easiest quick meal I know! If you can chop an onion this is the recipe for you. You can change the spices around to your own taste, I make this with garlic and mixed Italian herbs sometimes and it works out just great. This travels well cold so it's a good choice to bring to a BBQ.
I learnt this recipe from my mother-in-law in Tunisia where it is know as 'Tunisian Fried Peppers and Eggs'. Great for breakfast, brunch or a quick meal anytime. It can be hot or mild depending upon the type of chillies you choose.
These fried vegetables known as 'Kafteji' are from Tunisian in North Africa; various vegetables are fried separately and then fried with whisked eggs and chopped up together with a large knife.
I love this combination. It happened by accident and now I make it often. It is quick yet filling so it can be a main or side.
This soup recipe comes from Africa and is a great balance of peanuts and sweet potatoes that is seasoned with cumin, coriander, garlic, cinnamon and cloves.
This delightfully spicy, hearty soup is thick, delicious and nutritious! Makes a perfect vegan meal.