African Delicacies

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Mouth-Watering African Dishes You Have To Try

By |2020-05-31T11:57:47+00:00May 23rd, 2020|

So far this guide has focused on the overviews of the wildlife, cultures, and the best restaurants on offer in Africa, along with documentaries and films to educate you before you visit. But in this section, we take a look at the most popular African dishes, plus some rarities to wet your appetite.    Courtesy of Xiaojun Deng/flickr.com African Dish: Ugali Na Nyama Choma, East Africa This African dish is particularly well-loved in Kenya. Kenyans love to use this dish to celebrate weddings, birthdays and for guests attending barbecues. It literately translates as “roast meat”.   [...]

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10 Best African Desserts To Die For

By |2020-05-14T19:38:35+00:00May 3rd, 2020|

The history and culture have combined to create some the most delicious, mouth-watering African desserts you will find anywhere in the world. The desserts are as diverse as the many countries on the continent with flavours to arouse your taste buds. Whatever you are into, sweet or savory, fried, steamed, or baked, Africa has it all. Here are 10 epic African desserts to impress your visitors and satisfy every time. Be prepared to get baking. Courtesy of Ayesha/ My Big Fat Halal Blog African Dessert: Malva Pudding Malva Pudding is cream sauce, custard, and apricot jam blended together to [...]

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African Delicacies You Should Try

By |2020-05-14T20:18:06+00:00May 3rd, 2020|

When you head abroad to any country that isn't your home, one of the things that you must do is try some of the local delicacies. Delicacies mean different things to different people and cultures and can sometimes vary from fantastic sauces, dishes or grilled meats all the way up to roasted crickets and various bugs that people eat from time to time. Make yourself a pact to try at least one African delicacy in each country you visit to help you really get the vibe of the country and its people, and help yourself maximize your experience.  Courtesy of Anouk Zijlma/Tripsavvy.com [...]

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