Originating in West Africa, fonio is a gluten-free grain with a similar texture to couscous. It contains 10% of your daily value of iron and 3 grams of protein per serving. Fonio is also rich in two essential amino acids that other grains lack, methionine and cystine. Typically used as a hot breakfast cereal in […]
This recipe is a vegan remix of jollof rice, a traditional West African dish. It’s a one-pot-shot: Combine everything in a single cast-iron pan, prepare, enjoy, and look forward to minimal dirty dishes afterward.
Popular in the Liberian and African American communities, this dish pairs flavorful red snapper with a lavish stew of spinach and meats. It’s spicy, very filling, and perfect for a get-together with family and friends. Our recipe makes many healthy adjustments, including bulgur wheat and no-sodium bouillon.
This homemade Zucchini Fritters Recipe makes a wonderful starter or side dish, and they’re a delicious way to use up your summer zucchini. You can pair these fritters with a Greek salad, or as a side dish to any Mediterranean style fish, chicken or lamb dish.
Tabbouli (or Tabbouleh) is a Middle Eastern herb salad, loaded with fresh parsley and mint. It is traditionally served with bulgur, but some recipes put a spin on the original by substituting with couscous or quinoa. It typically includes cucumber, onion, and cherry tomatoes. However, this variation adds an element of sweetness by swapping out […]
Gochujang is a spicy and sweet Korean condiment that adds a huge amount of flavor to dishes. If you can’t find it, use extra tomato paste and add some hot sauce to replace it. Add cooked chicken, shrimp, or tofu to bump up the protein and mix up the veggies with whatever you have on […]