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Moroccan Food: 12 Must-Try Traditional Dishes of Morocco

Moroccan cuisine is an incredible melting pot of spices, meats and influences from Arabic and Mediterranean countries. Walking through markets in any Moroccan city you will find a huge array of colorful spices, herbs, street food stalls and aromas that will make you fall in love with Moroccan food. Most people know Moroccan food for …

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Authentic Ghanaian Kelewele Recipe (Spicy Fried Plantains)

If you’ve ever been to Accra, or anywhere else in Ghana for that matter, you will likely be familiar with the outrageously delicious Kelewele! Kelewele is essentially just fried plantains that have been seasoned with a variety of spices and served alongside a stew or even just on their own. If you’re familiar with African …

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Nigerian Food: 13 Must-Try Traditional Dishes of Nigeria

The world has truly not yet woken up to the amazing, rich cuisine of Nigeria which is among the best in Africa. Whilst there are many other African countries that share similar traditions and recipes, Nigeria is the culmination of so many wondrous foods! In fact, you would be remiss to travel there without fully …

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Somali Canjeero (Anjero/Laxoox) Recipe

“Canjeero?!“ I hear you say. “I’ve heard of Injera, but never canjeero, are you sure you’re not confused?”. Very sure! In fact, canjeero (sometimes called anjero, canjeelo, lahoh or laxoox); and Injera are cousins. Whilst Injera is the famous Ethiopian food and method of eating; this is the Somali version, also a staple in Djibouti and …

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Stewed Kapenta (Matemba) with Sadza Recipe: Zimbabwean/Zambian

Kapenta (or matemba as it is locally pronounced) is a beautiful fish that is eaten almost exclusively in the African regions of Zimbabwe and Zambia due to the large fisheries that harvest them in the nearby Lake Kariba. Traditionally, before cooking the kapenta is dried in the sun on a rack over the course of a …

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