A fried flat bread made from yeast, millet flour, water and bicarb soda. It's very easy to make and well worth the time. Ethiopian flat bread is nice served with stews.
Recipe by: Kevin Ryan
The flavours of this family favourite remind me of childhood summer holidays in Mozambique. Serve the chicken hot on rice or couscous, or cold with salad in pita bread, wraps or on a breadroll. If you don't have a slow cooker, you can marinate the chicken in a casserole for a few hours, then cook (covered) in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees C for 40 minutes or until done.
Recipe by: Annalie
A much requested family favourite at Christmas time. This dried, cured meat is something special to the family as it is a tradition from where my mother was born -- South Africa. use whatever marinade you want - just prepare enough to cover your meat. You will also need string and a warm place to hang your meat.
Recipe by: thecholl
Chicken wings seasoned in a light and zesty marinade and grilled on the bbq. Perfect way to show off your bbq skill to your friends without spending all day at the bbq or a lot of money on expensive steak.
Recipe by: tim7
A lovely thick and hearty soup with lamb, chickpeas and baby lentils. It's better if you use dried chickpeas, all you have to do is soak them overnight.
Recipe by: Yolli
This lovely spicy lamb tagine is super satisfying and best served with cous cous and cucumber raita. What a meal!
Recipe by: Lisa