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    This is an easy grilling recipe. This spicy chicken is full of flavor. From Eating Well magazine. You can grill, broil or use a grill pan on the stovetop for this recipe. I sliced the chicken, after grilling, and served it over a salad.

    Recipe #504277

    Filled with the flavors and ingredients of North Africa. A chicken dish with couscous. You only need to throw in a salad for a complete meal!

    Recipe #504284

    A fun twist on your average shish kebab. The recipe calls for the use of either lamb or beef. I think it may also be good on chicken. Serve with rice. Enjoy! Note: the timing does not include marinating.

    Recipe #504294

    This is an easy marinade to throw together. You can marinate any fish you'd like with this marinade, but I prefer whitefish. You only need to marinate your fish for a short amount of time - an hour or two is plenty.

    Recipe #504293

    This is a Tyler Florence recipe. It's filled with intense Moroccan flavor and it's very easy to make. Roasted chicken with a twist! Give it a try when you're looking for a yummy change of pace. Enjoy!

    Recipe #424382

    From the Food Network Kitchens. This is a quick way to have exotic comfort food. There is a recipe for Tunisian Pesto listed because you will need to stir this in to complete the stew. The pesto recipe makes one cup. you only need 1/3 cup for the stew, so you can reserve the rest for later use or even freeze. Yum!

    Recipe #428359

    This is a delicious and very different pasta dish, inspired by the African cuisine. Created by chef Keith Famie.

    Recipe #456841

    This is an African inspired recipe by chef Keith Famie. The chicken is nice and crispy on the outside while remaining moist on the inside. The sauce is an exotic touch. Enjoy!

    Recipe #456928

    This is an African inspired recipe by chef Keith Famie. This batter could also work for firm bananas. Not exactly a healthy dessert, but it is a treat. Enjoy!

    Recipe #456966

    This is an African version of beef tacos. Recipe courstesy of chef Keith Famie. I've added some optional ingredients for topping these tacos that aren't true to the African way, but might be tasty! P.S. I can never seem to find red chilies in our markets, so I sub jalapenos.

    Recipe #456965

    In Jollof, the rice is cooked along with other ingredients, rather than as a separate starch. Jollof contains just about everything you need for a one-dish meal. I think this recipe is so flavorful and delicious. I find myself going back for seconds of the rice with veggies. Don't skip the cabbage (unless your really hate cabbage) because it really adds flavor to the rice. Yum!! I omit the ham. Recipe from chef Angela Shelf Medearis.

    Recipe #457027

    This is a fairly simple chicken tangine recipe. The recipe came chef Angela Shelf Medearis. Enjoy!

    Recipe #457025

    This is a sweet and refreshing punch. My kids love it. Recipe by Angela Shelf Medearis. Note: We prefer no pulp, so I used Crystal Light lemonade and no pulp orange juice. I found the guava juice in cans in the ethnic aisle at the grocery store and the pineapple and papaya juices in the juice aisle.

    Recipe #457054

    This was a favorite of Thomas Jefferson. His cook was a slave from Africa and created many delicious meals. You could say that Jefferson's cook, Hemings, cooked his way to freedom. In 1793, Jefferson signed a document that emancipated Hemings if he promised to train a new chef for Monticello! Note: you can shortcut this recipe by using fast-cooking rice and adding the browned pistachios and pine nuts in at the end. Delicious either way!

    Recipe #457048

    This is an African drink recipe, courtesy of Angela Shelf Medearis. It's different and refreshing! * Cook time does not include refrigeration overnight.

    Recipe #457059


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