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2 Reviews |  By Chipili

African Nzema / Sadza / Banku / Ugali / Pap / Mealie-meal. Due to its enormous popularity, Sadza is regarded as Zimbabwe's national dish. Like the West African Banku, the East African Ugali, the Zambian Ntsima and the South African Mealie-meal, Sadza is a stiff, steamed dumpling made from white maize flour or rapoko (red millet flour) and served with stews or roasted meat, fish or vegetables and sauce. This makes a mountain! I use 1/5th of this for 3 people.

Recipe #4767

A wonderful African drink that uses Amarula cream! From the Amarula cream website.

Recipe #174412

Makes a great vegetable dip.

Recipe #37613

Delicious drink served in Tanzania with fresh fruit nectar and rum. Africa is the land of the freshest, sweetest and most ripe fruits in the world. I bet these are to die for when drank with the fresh fruits of Tanzania Recipe was adapted from The African Cookbook by Bea Sandler.

Recipe #172701

Stopping in Somalia on a virtual Round the World foodie tour...here's the recipe I found.

Recipe #50407

Real tea recipe from East Africa. So much better than packaged tea! And so easy to make.

Recipe #122284

This is easy and good. Posted for Zaar World Tour. From FoodNetwork.com

Recipe #138649

Quick, fresh and so simple to make with a food processor. Its flavor is meant to be refreshing to offset other spicy hot dishes such as stews or grilled meat and it goes well with any bread. This is an Ethiopian recipe coming from Alford's and Duguid's cookbook on "Flatbreads and Flavours".

Recipe #141370

This is what happens when you play "Round the world" and you are trying to find a recipe for Uganda... GROUNDNUT KASHATAS may be made by following the directions above but using roasted unsalted peanuts, chopped or whole, instead of coconut. Or you may wish to use half peanuts and half coconut for GROUNDNUT AND COCONUT KASHATAS. In Tanzania Kashatas are a great favorite in the market place and in Tanzanian homes they are served at tea time instead of cakes or cookies.

Recipe #50403

This is a popular drink from Uganda using pineapples, their major crop. It is made using cream or coconut milk and reminds me of the Caribbean. Recipe was adapted from The African Cookbook by Bea Sandler.

Recipe #172700

One of the principal crops of some African countries is peanuts. They are nutritious and hardy, making them a first-rate survival food. In this recipe peanuts and highly prized honey are combined to make a sweet African treat.

Recipe #134741

This is a seasoning paste.

Recipe #183761

This is the avocado recipe for people who HATE avocado! lol One day my best friend from Mozambique made this and I'm not real fond of avocado but except this recipe! Even my other friend who has never tried avocado before loved it! It may not look attractive but tastes GREAT!

Recipe #133602

12 Reviews |  By LAURIE

Posted for the Zaar World Tour to Africa. I have yet to make these but I there is sweet potato bread, pie, biscuits and cake...why not cookies?

Recipe #139868

This quick and easy bean dish is originally a Tanzanian recipe, served over rice as a main course. It also makes a lovely side dish for meat dishes. You can use chickpeas instead of white beans if you prefer.

Recipe #89176

A spicy pea puree, goes very well with hot Injeera. Cooking time does not include soaking time for the peas.

Recipe #184005

This was adapted from a recipe on vegweb (http://vegweb.com/recipes/beans/3088.shtml), to incorporate more Ethiopian spices and use up a sweet potato I had on hand. It doesn't quite achieve the heights of my favorite Ethiopian restaurant, but it's quick, hearty and pretty tasty. Braver souls can substitute cayenne for some of the paprika

Recipe #118932

This recipe is from Zanzibar, Tanzania, where coconut and clove are major revenue and Indian ingredients influence local cuisine. Turmeric gives the dish a yellow color that darkens with cooking. This is better the second day, when the flavors have blended. For a change, you can substitute any other bean for garbanzos.

Recipe #166212

This was incredible!! We used black-tipped shark steaks which have a lobster-like texture.

Recipe #120595

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