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    These are very good, low-fat potatoes. You can make your own chaat masala by mixing equal parts cinnamon, mace, cayenne and chili powder.

    Recipe #301064

    These are Lourenco Marques Prawns or Prawns Mozambique. Prawns from the waters off Mozambique are famous for the large size and delicious flavor. These are marinated in a peri-peri marinade and grilled. Post for ZWT #4.

    Recipe #304819

    This Afghan salad is fresh-tasting, sprinkled with cilantro and bits of serrano chili. Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #305140

    This quick and easy recipe is hot! You may also substitute collard greens for the turnip greens. The okra, once cut, will thicken the sauce as it cooks. Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #305176

    A tangy chicken stew from Kenya. Reduce lemon juice if you prefer a lest sharp sauce. From the book The Around the World Cookbook. Posted for ZWT #7.

    Recipe #455483

    You can also use canned black eyed peas, rinsed and mashed. From the World of Cooking. Posted for ZWT #7.

    Recipe #455487

    Rice is served many time in Ghana as dinner. This is a basic Tomato Ghanaian Gravy that can be served over plain white rice. From the website Buchele Ghana Adventure. Post for ZWT4.

    Recipe #307943

    The Swahili people have two ways to cook beans: sweet or savory. Skip the optional ingredients to make Sweet Beans, which are eaten at the end of lunch or dinner. For special dinners add all the optional ingredients to make Savory Beans. Savory beans are also eaten with bread for breakfast. From "The Congo Cookbook". Posted for ZWT #4.

    Recipe #304816


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