Zainabu's African Cookbook: With Food and Stories
Increasing levels of obesity and heart disease have prompted a huge counteraction of gastronomes and calorie conscious people seeking new diets that are satisfying, nutritious, low-fat and above all, appetising. Doctors recommend Westerners turn to traditional African diets that have always comprised of fresh vegetables, whole grains, fruits, beans and small portions of fruit and oil. This collection of delicious recipes, easy-to-buy ingredients, as well as the myths and stories behind the various dishes, enables anyone to recreate and understand African culture and food.
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Fish and Seafood
Other Varieties of Meat
RICE BEANS AND SIDE DISHES
Beans and PeasThe Poor Mans Meat
Plaintain and Bananas
SNACKS SWEETS AND DRINKS
Nime Nime Ningiliicia Sweets Candies and Desserts
Hot and Cold Beverages
Glossary of African Words
About the Author
Add oil amount desired black pepper boiled rice breadfruit chopped fresh hot chopped parsley chunks cloves garlic coconut milk continue to cook cook until onions cooked green bananas Cover and cook crushed cup fresh cup roasted cups cooked cups water curry powder delicious dish is prepared drain eggplant finely chopped fish fresh hot peppers fresh palm oil fruit garnishing ginger to taste grated fresh ginger Green Mango green onions groundnut peanut heated skillet large tomatoes large white onion liquid medium heat minutes mixing bowl okra onions are tender palm oil parsley parsley for garnishing peas pepper to taste pineapple plantains Plasas Remove from heat rest of ingredients salt to taste serve hot Serve with boiled serving dish sesame oil sesame seeds shrimp Sierra Leone sliced spinach Stir in rest stirring occasionally sugar to taste sweet bell pepper tablespoons tomato paste taste salt wash white mushrooms wooden spoon Yayu