So here we come again with the Shakshouka cuisine from Algeria. It’s a word that means “to shake” or to “mix up” in Arabic, that’s why you will agree with it once you allow the buds to taste it.
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Algeria is a country located in northern Africa, is bordered by the Western Sahara to the west, Mauritania to the south as well as Tunisia to the northeast. Algeria is dominated by Muslims, who has a longer religious fasting period called Ramadan. This is where our cuisine spot. Almost in every table at the time of breaking the fast, Chorba frik must be on the table too.
Msemen is an Moroccan cuisine often taken as breakfast and sometimes for supper. It may be eaten along with meat or vegetable recipes or can be taken on it’s own.
by Y Shomwi Algeria is a country bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, Morocco and Western Sahara and it’s found in the northern Africa. The cuisine Lham Lahlou (meaning sweet meat, Lham-meat and Lahlou-sweet) is a combination of lamb meat stewed in a sweet syrup with fruit and spices. Lham Lahlou is prepared normally in Ramadan […]
Swaziland (now called eSwatini) is a country located between Mozambique and South Africa. Is among the best traditional keeper countries in Africa. Polygamy was among the tradition kept through the time in the country, but rarely done today due to HIV/AIDS pandemic that is responsible for almost over 50% of all deaths in the country.
Tagine cuisines in Morocco refers to the undisturbed recipe, meaning a recipe is cooked until ready undisturbed. It is mostly used while preparing vegetable Tagine. These cuisines are normally prepared on Fridays where all the family, friends or relative are home and it’s normally a day for week off.
Tanzania is a country located in the eastern Africa, a famous country with Tanzanite minerals. Pawpaw are another fruits grown in the country mostly at home level.
Long time back, Tutsi soldiers (tribe in Rwanda) were given pearice dish on their long journeys, because they were traveling to very far places. Traditionally this cuisine will be prepared without any spices or meat mix, but nowadays people like to mix it with meat or potatoes, for improving taste.
Ncima is a home made cuisine from Mozambique, rarely found in big restaurants or hotels. It is a cornmeal with meat soup on top, that is made almost in every home in the late mornings.
Morocco is the only African country with coastal exposure to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean sea. Harira cuisine is a herb-rich, tomato-based soup mostly prepared during the Ramadan fasting period and it is consumed as the first meal after sunset.