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Taste of Africa.

Taste of Africa.
We're Riding the Bus to Flavortown! - Guy Fieri

Pro Tips and African Recipes

The African Gourmet has all the best quick & easy dinners for delicious meals on a busy night. Skillet suppers. Easy lunches. Everyday Meals. Easy African Desserts. From our African kitchens to yours, all the tips, advice and recipes you need to make life more delicious, from everyday dinners and desserts to special occasion African feasts.

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How to cook chicken feet

In Africa the chicken feet are cleaned, seasoned, boiled in seasoned water. Chicken feet have a high-fat content which makes it really one of the most tasty parts of chicken for soups and stews. In African cuisine chicken feet are served in a variety of dishes, such as chicken curry and sauteed chicken feet with wild mustard greens. You will eat this chicken feet recipe because it is familiar to you taste buds since chicken feet tastes like chicken. Nothing is more versatile than chicken since you can broil, grill, fry, sauté, bake, and roast, boil, or stir-fry it chicken with countless varieties of aromatic plants and seasonings. Chicken feet are great to use for collagen-rich bone broth which is why chicken feet broth gels so readily.     Let's make Sauteed Chicken Feet With Wild Mustard Greens for dinner tonight. You can buy chicken feet from you local butcher shop or supermarket. Chicken feet are a great flavor additive to chicken broth because of the high fat content,

How to make Egyptian bread

Egyptian bread is like magic turning flour and yeast into a loaf of handmade bread is an Egyptian art form. Perfect Egyptian bread is crusty on the outside and soft on the inside. Simple Egyptian Bread ingredients and directions Ingredients 2 cups whole wheat flour or all-purpose 1/2 teaspoon active dry yeast 1 tablespoon honey 1 cup of warm water 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoon caraway seeds 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions Preheat oven to 425°F. Stir warm water, honey, and yeast in a large bowl let stand about 5 minutes.  Add flour, caraway seeds, oil, and salt, the dough is slightly sticky when you are done mixing.  Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead by hand.  Roll dough into small balls then flatten.  Cover with a cloth let rise in a warm place for about 2 hours.  Place dough on a light colored lightly greased baking pan and bake until golden about 20 minutes.  Eat as a pizza crust or simply drizzle with butter and honey f

African Food Love. You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food. - Paul Prudhomme

Facts are to the mind the same thing as food to the body. - Edmond Burke.

Truths are first clouds, then rain, then harvests and food. - Henry Ward Beecher.

Gems are valueless as food. - Unknown.