This is how to make some delicious and cream sauce with chicken breast (or other meats) and button mushrooms. The advantage of chicken is it gets cooked quickly.
This is another variation of Jollof rice as we continue our culinary journey through West Africa. It’s also prepared by the Gambian Chef, “Abdoulie”. As a reminder, Jollof rice is a popular one-pot rice dish, also known as Benachin (meaning “one pot” in the Wolof language) and is widely eaten in many variations across the whole of West Africa. Our first by same chef is here => Abdoulie’s Jollof Rice
Domodah, according to a Gambian master chef is a stew prepared using beef, lamb, chicken, together with groundnut (peanut) sauce. Domodah (Mandinka language) is prepared in different variations in Gambia, Mali, Senegal & other West African countries and can also be done without meat. Here is Abdoulie’s version.
Mafe, Maafe, mafé, maffé, etc is a stew prepared in plenty of variants in lots of West African countries. This particular one is from Abdoulie, hailing from Gambia, a very experienced cook.
The other day noticed I had for some reason not eaten some fresh fruits like apples and some vegetables like carrots, with their beta carotene, for a long time, although I had them around. It is because I am not quite a fan of the 2. This of course in the long run is not healthy, but then I remembered I have a juicer, … Turned into juice, you can take in the content of several carrots & apples at ago and they do not taste bad at all.
Beans can be prepared in many different ways. In this recipe, I show how you can make beans in groundnut (peanut) sauce. It is a simple vegetarian recipe and the sauce can go with ugali (posho), rice, matooke, … Peanuts are known across many parts of Africa as “ground nuts”.