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Mealie Bread

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This recipe is an adaptation of the Green Mealie Bread served in South Africa. Mealies are the African version of our corn. Mealie cobs are plunged into boiling water, cooled, and the co

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African Mint Fava Dip

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Simple but unique dip that packs in the flavor!

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Pigeon Bean and Corn Salad

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Pigeon beans or peas, have been cultivated for centuries. Here, they are used in a nutritious salad with colorful corn.

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Tunisian Stuffed Pastries

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In Tunisia, these deep fried pastries are made with paper thin semolina pie dough.  Commercial filo pastry makes an acceptable and convenient alternative.  They are best served hot, but take care

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Teff Pie Crust

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Teff is an African cereal cultivated almost exclusively in Ethiopia. While the cereal has a number of uses, creating flour is the main purpose. Pie crusts made from teff have a unique texture, pe

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This recipe is delicious and easy to make. It's definitely worth the extra effort ...

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This is a one dish meal that I picked up while I was stationed on the ivory coast...

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This salad, or comparable greens and fruit combinations are served in all parts of...

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Simple but unique dip that packs in the flavor!...

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Because this spicy sauce recipe is made from pantry staples, and because it freeze...

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I had these pancakes when I was in Africa. These are a deep fried treat that I wan...

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Corn, known to the Africans as Maize or Mealies, is used in countless ways: pound...

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Most Ethiopian cuisine is based on the berbere spice mix. This seitan is perfect ...

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"Ladyfingers" is the African name for okra and a fitting one for a delicate veget...

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Chapatis should be light and flaky. Keep them lightly covered before serving. Th...

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