by Lerato Umah-Shaylor
This new cookbook travels across the continent showcasing its vibrant and varied cuisines that are rich in flavor, diverse in culture and steeped in tradition. A food writer and cook, Umah-Shaylor offers recipes passed down through generations but with her own modern and inventive style. Discover how to cook some of the most iconic dishes from Nigeria to Madagascar, Morocco to South Africa. With over 100 recipes to delight and inspire, they include Spice Island Coconut Fish Curry, Harissa Leg of Lamb with Hibiscus, Senegalese Yassa, Tunisian Tagine, South African Malva Pudding, and the secret to the perfect Jollof.
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