Wednesday, 23 August 2017

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  • African recipe: Spinach and tangerine soup

    African recipe: Spinach and tangerine soup

    Spinach and tangerine soup is a traditional Lesotho recipe you would love to cook. It is a low calorie healthy meal.  It is topped with a little plain yoghurt that just adds the pe ...

  • African recipe: Kenyan M’Baazi

    African recipe: Kenyan M’Baazi

    M’Baazi is the Swahili for beans and any kind of white bean can be used in this recipe. It originated in Kenya. Traditionally, however, the dish is made with pea beans or black eye ...

  • African recipe: Malawian Mbatata biscuits (Sweet potato biscuits)

    African recipe: Malawian Mbatata biscuits (Sweet potato biscuits)

    These super-tender, biscuits are sweet, so they go equally well with the sweet dishes of the holiday meal. The recipe originated in Malawi. However, this recipe makes large biscuit ...

  • Easter recipe: Banana and pecan loaf

    Easter recipe: Banana and pecan loaf

    This tea-time favourite is moist, sweet, nutty and comforting - it's bound to be a hit with friends and family on easter holiday. Ingredients 175g softened butter, plus extra for g ...

African recipe: Congolese goat stew

African recipe: Congolese goat stew

This is a traditional recipe from the Republic of Congo. Across Africa, goats meat is much loved by urban dwellers. There are various recipes, but this particular one that include ...

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Lucid Ventures acquires a 20% stake in Jamie Oliver signature restaurant in SA

Lucid Ventures acquires a 20% stake in Jamie Oliver signature restaurant in SA

Lucid Ventures, a Venture Capital company launched earlier this year by kulula.com founder Gidon Novick yesterday announced its maiden investment. Lucid has acquired a 20% stake i ...

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African recipe: Nigerian Okra soup

African recipe: Nigerian Okra soup

Nigerian okra soup is one of the quickest and easiest Nigerian soups to prepare. Okra soup is prepared using the edible green seed pods of the okra flowering plant as a primary in ...

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African recipe: Moroccan chickpea stew

African recipe: Moroccan chickpea stew

This Moroccan chickpea stew recipe can incorporate all kinds of vegetables, whatever is in your fridge/ garden that needs to be cooked. Serve over couscous or rice. Ingredients 1 ...

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African recipe: East African stuffed flatbread (keema chapati)

African recipe: East African stuffed flatbread (keema chapati)

Keema chapati is often served in a breakfast banquet and topped with yoghurt or a sweet chutney. This meal is popular in countries in East Africa. Ingredients 1 long green chilli, ...

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African recipe: Chakalaka relish

African recipe: Chakalaka relish

This South African vegetable relish, usually spicy, is traditionally served with bread, pap/sadza, samp, stews, or curries. Chakalaka originated in the gold mines surrounding Joha ...

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African recipe: Mozambican seafood and peanut stew (Matata)

African recipe: Mozambican seafood and peanut stew (Matata)

It’s one of Mozambique’s most popular dishes. A thick, wet combination of spinach, peanut butter, tomatoes, and meat. Peanut butter is a common meal component throughout Africa bu ...

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African recipe: Egyptian Koshari

African recipe: Egyptian Koshari

Egyptian Koshari on a budget Koshari is a typically Egyptian dish that is not only tasty but relatively cost effective to cook. Lentils, rice and pasta are cooked and then served ...

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African recipe: Arabic green beans with beef

African recipe: Arabic green beans with beef

This tasty Arabic recipe of spicy beef with green beans and red pepper shavings is ideal for a family dinner. This Egyptian recipe is very quick to make. Green beans are stewed wi ...

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African recipe: Zimbabwean chicken and vegetable soup

African recipe: Zimbabwean chicken and vegetable soup

This hearty and delicious Zimbabwean chicken soup combines a wonderful variety of vegetables with peanut butter and a few red pepper flakes for unexpected flavours, and just the r ...

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