African cuisine is as diverse and fascinating as the continent’s
history, cultures, and traditions. With a combination of tastes and
flavours, the continent is an absolute foodie haven. If you set foot in
any of the following foodie destinations, don’t leave without treating
yourself to these delicious foods.
Jumia Food shares some of these destinations.
as a surprise that it has a very rich food culture. The country boasts a
delicious array of traditional foods – a combination of meat, maize,
vegetables, and spices. You’d be doing yourself a disservice not to try
dishes such as jollof rice, eba and egusi soup.
street food. Chichinga, probably the most popular street food in Ghana.
Made from beef, chicken or sausage with a peanut-spice rub or ground
spices, the chichinga is a true embodiment of Ghanaian taste. However,
if you fancy something more solid and filling, then banku is your best
ancient cultural heritage and a unique, delicious cuisine consisting of
vegetables, spicy meat, and varieties of bread. The best known Ethiopian
food is probably injera, normally eaten with meat, lentils, beans, and
former was colonised by the later. Notwithstanding, you will discover a
delectable assortment of dishes that are uniquely African. The most
common ingredients in Angolan cuisine include cassava, peanut, maize,
and chilli. Chicken and seafood.
(roasted meat). Nyama choma is always good companions with a relish of
thinly sliced raw tomatoes and onion, and goes down well with a cold
local Tusker beer.
food is maize, mainly served in the form of nshima, a meal made from
ground maize and has the appearance of thickened porridge. Never leave
this South African country without having a taste of nshima.