Mauritius haleem is a unique uplifting soup of meat and lentils, slow-cooked with ginger, garlic, and haleem spices, and garnished with herbs and fried onions. A delicious and uplifting soup, the dish is mostly served in the holy month of Ramadan during Iftar.
Shahan ful is an Eritrean breakfast you’ll love when visiting the country. The special dish is prepared by cooking fava beans on low heat until they are soft. You can then mash the cooked beans into a puree and combine them with diced onions, spices, chili peppers, lemon juice, and tomatoes.
Braai is a mouthwatering barbequing technique using aromatic wood to roast meat. The recipe can be traced to the Dutch word braden,– meaning to roast or barbecue. Braai, the Afrikaans word from South Africa, has replaced the original word.
African Christmas traditions are diverse, with the various countries having unique customs you can experience. However, with similar customs, there are some general observations. If you’re visiting any African country this Christmas, here are 5 African Christmas traditions you’ll likely experience