Introducing Homemade Food - an original series by Marmalade. Throughout this food series, we will be exploring the diverse and vibrant cuisines of the continent, from the spicy stews of West Africa to the aromatic curries of East Africa.
We'll also be introducing you to some of the unique and exciting drinks that are popular across the continent, from refreshing sorghum beer to creamy shea butter milk. Whether you're a seasoned traveler looking to learn more about African cuisine or simply curious about the flavours and ingredients that make African food so special, this article is for you. So grab a seat and join us as we take a tasty tour of Africa!
African food is renowned for its colourful, flavourful, and frequently nutritious dishes. Try making one of these three delectable and healthful African meals if you want to shake up your weekend supper routine.
1) Plantain Shakshuka
“Shakshuka is Tunisia’s gift to the world. A one-pot dish of eggs on top of a lava of tomatoes and peppers, this moreish legacy travelled across North Africa, to Israel and the Middle East,” says Lerato Umah-Shaylor.
“My plantain shakshuka was created by chance when I threw in some leftover plantains. Unsurprisingly, the result was a stunning marriage of North and West African flavours. This is sure to become one of your brunch-time favourites.”
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