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West African pepper sauce

West African pepper sauce by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

Deliciously hot, this versatile West African sauce can be used as a condiment, dip, or appetizer. Easy recommendation: in order for pepper sauce to last a long time (up to a month) make sure it is fully covered in oil.

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Moroccan braised beef

Moroccan braised beef by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

Braised tender beef intensely flavored with Moroccan spices, delivers the warm, sweet-savory flavors of Morocco.

1 vote
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Morrocan Grilled Salmon

Morrocan Grilled Salmon by John Spottiswood

This is a flavorful recipe that we adapted from one on Food Network. The addition of cayenne pepper along with extra garlic and cumin give this a more robust flavor than the original recipe. Serve with long grain rice or farro, pita bread, hummus or baba ganoush. Everyone we've served this to has loved it!

2 votes
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African peanut soup

African peanut soup by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

Creamy, intense, and earthy this spicy and comforting soup has West African origins.

1 vote
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Orange & Black Olive Salad

Orange & Black Olive Salad by Amos Miller

A Moroccan favorite, as made by my friend, Chef Paula Wolfert, as found in one of my very favorite books 'Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco'.

2 votes
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sweet potato bhaji snack

sweet potato bhaji snack by Chez la mere

East African Courtesy Troth Wells Small Planet Small Plates

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How to Make Preserved Lemons

How to Make Preserved Lemons by Foodiewife

We are fortunate to have a Meyer lemon tree in our backyard. I prefer Meyer lemons for most of my baking, because the juice is sweeter. This year, we had a bumper crop of lemons, and I usually make batches of homemade lemon curd, or I freeze the juice for when I need it. I've always wanted to make Preserved Lemons, as they are…

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Capt Pete~s Lemon Curd

Capt Pete~s Lemon Curd by Peter Brown

There are so many Lemons around on the trees where we live,we decided to use them and make all sorts of goodies .One that turned out well was Lemon Curd.We use it on Bread, toast, cke and cookie fillers etc.

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Sweetcorn and crab entree

Sweetcorn and crab entree by Judy fraschia

Delicious, impressive, and not expensive

2 votes
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Pilchard surprise economy

Pilchard surprise economy by Judy fraschia

MIddle of the month economy

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Sticky Chicken

Sticky Chicken by Thalia

This is a winner for quick and easy party treats. I normally use chicken wings and legs for parties. When it comes to the sauce you need to taste it before you pour over your chicken because it depends on the type of soya you use to the quantity of sugar. I used a very salty soya sauce that's why I used the cup of sugar but first put…

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African 10Minute Safari Trifle

African 10Minute Safari Trifle by Peter Brown

South Africans are very fond of heading for the bush and enjoying the great outdoors and because of this, many interesting and very creative meals have been created with just a few ingredients and the minimum of fuss I saw this recipe the other day and it took me back to my camping days where we made similar desserts in enamel…

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sweetcorn fritters with Chorizo

sweetcorn fritters with Chorizo by Peter Brown

Sweetcorn fritters are a good starter ,a good accompniment to a main dish ,a versatile food to take on a picnic. Easy to make and can be eaten hot or cold , I found this recipe on IAfrica, tried it and enjoyed it

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Moroccan Beef Kabobs with Spicy Slaw

Moroccan Beef Kabobs with Spicy Slaw by Therese

This dish is packed with flavor easy to put together. Marinate the beef for at least 3 hours and then throw it on the grill and serve with spicy slaw , pittas and lemon dill sauce .

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MUSHROOM ON TOAST

MUSHROOM ON TOAST by priti samani

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