A famous dish from the Kissi tribe of Liberia is Traditional Red Oil Soup, renowned for its richness and heartiness. They call it cheap and simple, we think it is rich in many ways. Taste for yourself.
Some of us had given up hope of ever eating such foods, thanks to technology and artisanal foods, Plant-based, vegans, and Vegetarians get to eat Chili again!
As I drank my pepper soup, I remembered both Marylands, here and there. This dish is filling, nutritious, and not salty thanks to the wholesome ingredients.
With this recipe, you don’t have to worry about lacking key nutrients. This easy Cranberry beans stew has a unique delicate and slightly nutty flavor with a creamy texture. Perfect to eat as is, as a side dish or the main entree.
Flavor see flavor, flavor hide. Kukujumuku. These sayings tell you which African country this enticing meal is from. Better yet, find your nearest African grocery store and stock up on palm nut paste. Be sure to get your Kablai leaves which increases this dish flavor.
People from other cultures love African peanut butter stew because it give them another perspective how to eat peanut butter. Excluding those with peanut allergies, who doesn’t love peanut butter?
As a child, I didn’t understand why my mother did not waste the first boiling water. It was later on in adult-hood I understood that the bitter flavor has riche taste.
Palm oil and Ogbono go well together. This dish is hefty, taste slightly sweet and loaded with protein.
Our Egyptian- Lebanese red lentil soup hit all marks. Creamy, savory, has healthy fats with good amount of protein, and best of all it is a one pot meal!