The cuisine of Africa is relatively unfamiliar in most of the U.S. But with these exquisite African recipes, it's time for you to try something new.
Spices, dried apricots, and dates meld flavors for this exotic spicy-sweet stew that cooks slowly in a crockery cooker.
Tagine is a traditional piece of North African cookware, but you don't need one to make its namesake recipe. This eclectic chicken dish calls for a Dutch oven.
Eggplants, related to tomatoes and potatoes, are a fruit that's often used as a vegetable. They are available nearly year-round in supermarkets. Or find them at farmer's market.
Ground turkey, raisins, onions, couscous and exotic spices take this meatloaf where no meatloaf has ever gone before -- and deliciously! Enjoy any leftover chutney on beef or turkey sandwiches the next day.
This spicy chicken dish is served in African restaurants around the world. To cut the level of heat, leave out the jalapeno seeds.
This thick dish of shrimp, sausage, and chicken begins with a dark roux (ROO), flour and fat cooked slowly over low heat to the color (light to dark) specified in the recipe. Spicy and served over rice, gumbo is a mainstay to serve on holidays.
Ground beef, vegetables, and couscous are covered with a sweet cornbread topping in this spicy and surprisingly low-calorie casserole dinner.
This low calorie beef roast is seasoned with coriander, lemon and cumin--the flavors of North African cuisine.
Quickly prep the beef ribs and then let them slow bake so the ribs become super tender.