Category: African Food
The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) is set for its Annual Exhibition & Conference. The 3rd African
Rice can be considered a staple food in Africa, because majority of people in African countries eat this meal in a
With the Calabar Festival fast approaching, it is almost a given that majority of the tourists heading to the festival this December will get the chance to taste the amazing oh-so famous Edikang Ikong Soup during their visit. (more…)
At first glance, I thought I had seen a huge shepherd’s pie or vanilla cake out of pan. I was wrong… Melkert in South Africa is commonly served as dessert, and although being a pie its recipe is similar with the popular pancakes or crepes.
If on tour of the West African country of Ivory coast, the food ‘Garba’ is a popular street food used to welcome you by street vendors and roadside restaurants.
This (Peanut soup) is a Liberian lunch time special that comprises; peanut (s), herbs, spices and of course lots of meat.
Maakouda Batata are Moroccan potato fritters. They are very popular on the streets of Morocco where they might be eaten plain or as sandwich fillers. Very similar to cutlets, they can be served as an appetizer or side.
Waakye actually pronounced “Wachay” is a very popular Ghanaian street food. Rumor has it that this meal originated from the northern past of the “Gold Coast”. Usually made with rice, black eyed beans and sorghum mill stalks. I can vividly remember my days in Accra, Ghana and how waakye was my go-to-food; It was somewhere between 6 to 10 Ghana Cedis for a decent pack of this delicacy.