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ZimboKitchen: Dried Kariba Bream Stew
4 years ago

ZimboKitchen: Dried Kariba Bream Stew

Dried Kariba bream is a proud Zimbabwean produce. It is very salty so it’s important to make sure that you soak the fish for quite a bit in …
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Haitian Inspired Spiced Corn
4 years ago

Haitian Inspired Spiced Corn

Ingredients

  • 2 Ears of Corn
  • 1/4 Teaspoon of Black Pepper
  • 3 Tablespoons of Melted Butter
  • 1/4 Teaspoon of Paprika
  • 1 Teaspoon of ground Garlic powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon of Cinnamon …
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Plantain Chips and Salsa
4 years ago

Plantain Chips and Salsa

 Igbekere/Plantain Chip Ingredients

  • 4 Unripe plantains (almost like about to become ripe but not totally green)
  • 1 Tspn of salt (I used all purpose seasoning on mine for added …
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Calabar Carnival 2012
4 years ago

Calabar Carnival 2012

This article is a follow up to A Calabar Christmas Guide.

The streets of Calabar were once again filled with spectators and Carnival lovers as the …
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Coconut Caramel by AfroFood
4 years ago

Coconut Caramel by AfroFood

 

Ingredients

1 fresh coconut

¾ cup sugar

½ cup water

1 tsp lemon juice

 

Directions

  • Break coconut open and remove flesh of the coconut.
  • Using a potato …
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A Calabar Christmas Guide
4 years ago

A Calabar Christmas Guide

Calabar is a budding hub for tourism in Nigeria and indeed is becoming an attraction for many across the continent and around the world. Calabar has a lot …
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West African Fried Rice by AfroFood
4 years ago

West African Fried Rice by AfroFood

 

Ingredients

2 cups Parboiled rice

1 Medium green peeper (diced)

1/2 Medium red onion (diced)

1 cup Green peas

1 cup Diced cooked carrots

1 teaspoon White pepper

Salt …
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Yeti Ezeanii of AfroFood
4 years ago

Yeti Ezeanii of AfroFood

Yeti Ezeanii has a passion for flavor, particularly as it relates to African cuisine. She loves it so much that she founded AfroFood to raise awareness about “all things epicuriously …
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