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Street Food in Senegal!! 🇸🇳 ULTIMATE SENEGALESE FOOD TOUR in Dakar | West African Food!


🇸🇳 Senegal Street Food in Dakar - So excited to be here! 🌶️ Ghost Chili Now: 🤍 (link Amazon US) 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 DAKAR, SENEGAL - Welcome to Darkar, the largest and capital city in Senegal, West Africa! Today Pape and I are taking you on an ultimate Senegalese street food tour in Dakar - we’ll be visiting the local market, eating local dishes for lunch, fresh seafood in the afternoon, and finishing this day off with an ultimate grilled lamb Dibiterie feast. Let’s get started! Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 Marché Kermel (🤍 - We started this tour today in the heart of central Dakar at one of the old markets known as Marché Kermel. It’s a small and manageable market to get a feeling for the ingredients that go into Senegalese food. At lunchtime just outside the market you’ll find a series of street food stalls that set up serving home cooked Senegalese food. You’ll find dishes like Thieboudienne (jollof rice), okra stew, sweet potato leave, mutton curry, and much more. The food is sensational, so much delicious flavors and huge plates of food. I love the “guana” local chili peppers that taste similar to scotch bonnet chilies. African Renaissance Monument - We then toured the African Renaissance Monument, one of the icons of Senegal and Africa, to symbolize the rebuilding of Africa after colonization, and to never forget the past slavery trade. La Maree Chez Adji (🤍 - Next up on this ultimate street food tour in Senegal we went to the very Western tip of Africa and restaurant called La Maree Chez Adji to eat fresh lobster and sea urchins. Dibiterie Le Mboté 1 (🤍 - Finally to finish this day we couldn’t miss a dibiterie, Senegal’s take on grilled lamb. This is something truly spectacular, some of the world’s best grilled lamb. It’s fresh and cooked over a raging fire and served with mustard, hot sauce, and onions. Wow, absolutely stunning! What a day in Dakar, experiencing incredible Senegalese street food! 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (Available now on Amazon in US. Coming soon to Canada and worldwide)

Whole Goat Stew in Africa!! VILLAGE FOOD in Senegal - Best Senegalese Food!!


🌶️ Ghost Chili Now: 🤍 (affiliate link Amazon US) 🇸🇳 Senegal Street Food in Dakar: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 SENEGAL, WEST AFRICA - Today we are in a small village to meet Musa and his family for their Eid al-Adha celebration. They are preparing a whole goat that will be fried to go with rice, and stewed to go with Senegalese style couscous. It’s an honor to be here and I can’t wait to share all of the delicious food with you! Welcome to a small village, not too far away from Joal Fadiout in central Senegal, West Africa. Musa and his family kindly invited us to their home for an amazing Eid al-Adha celebration. First we began with a unique breakfast porridge that was made from millet flour, kneaded into small pellets and sprinkled into hot water. The result was a delicious porridge that you eat with homemade sweet yogurt. For lunch, the family prepared two Senegalese foods, a platter of rice with fried goat, and a platter of millet couscous with tomato goat stew. For both dishes many of the same ingredients were used - tons of onions and garlic, green onions, chilies, black pepper, tomatoes. Seasonings and ingredients were pounded into a paste and the fresh goat was marinated. The rice was cooked in the oil and broth of the goat. For the couscous it was quite a unique process, steaming, then mixing with baobab sap and baobab leaves, then steaming again. The result was an almost fluffy sandy texture. The couscous with the fresh goat meat tomato stew was a highlight. So good, and cooked with so much love! It was an amazing day of village cooking Senegalese food in rural Senegal! The food and hospitality was unforgettable. Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (affiliate link on Amazon in US. Coming soon to Canada and worldwide)

BEST West African Food!! ORIGINAL JOLLOF RICE in Senegal, Africa!! (Don’t Miss It!!)


🌶️ Ghost Chili Now: 🤍 (affiliate link Amazon US) 🇸🇳 Unseen African Food in Senegal: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 SAINT LOUIS, SENEGAL - Welcome to Saint Louis, a cultural capital city in northern Senegal, on the bank of the Senegal River, Atlantic Ocean, and near the border of Mauritania. Saint Louis happens to be the homeland, where you will find the original Jollof Rice, known locally as Thieboudienne. Today we have the privilege to see the full process of making jollof rice, one of West Africa’s best foods! I have great memories of when I was growing up and I had many friends from West Africa. Occasionally they would come to school with homemade jollof rice - and I remember my first taste which was love at first bite. Something about the spices, tomato rice, and tender meat or fish, garlic and chilies, all combined to make one of the most comforting foods known. You will find versions of jollof rice throughout West Africa and all of Africa, but Senegal, and specifically Saint Louis is the birthplace of jollof rice and where you’ll find the original version. Throughout West Africa you’ll find jollof rice cooked with a variety of meats, but in Senegal it’s most common with fish. We were invited to a local family home and they cooked the entire process of jollof rice (thieboudienne) from start to finish. It’s an incredibly complicated dish with dozens of ingredients, herbs, and seasoning. I loved all the different vegetables like the bitter eggplants and the hibiscus leaves and tamarind. Once all the vegetables and fish are cooked in the tomato paste, they are taken out and the rice is cooked within the liquid. Additionally she made an amazing sauce of onions and carrots and tomato sauce and chilies. Once all the ingredients were ready, the jollof rice are assembled on communal eating platters with rice on the bottom, all the vegetables and fish on top, and extra onion sauce sprinkled on top. I can say it was the best jollof rice (thieboudienne) I’ve had in my life! Later we went on a horse cart tour of Saint Louis and visited the amazing fishing village along the Atlantic coast. People were cool and the atmosphere was lively and vibrant. Another incredible day in Senegal, West Africa! Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (affiliate link on Amazon in US. Coming soon to Canada and worldwide)

Food in Senegal!! GIANT 3 Meats Platter - West African Food in Touba, Senegal!


🇸🇳 Original Jollof Rice: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 TOUBA, SENEGAL - Today we’re in the city of Touba, Senegal, which is a sacred Islamic city and a cultural center of Senegal. Many followers of Islam make a pilgrimage to Touba and one of the well known foods to eat in Touba is Thiebou Yapp - a mountain of different meats piled onto a base of rice on a platter. Today we’ve been invited to the home of Madame Mbakke, who is known throughout the community for her delicious Thiebou Yapp. She made the dish with whole chickens, doves, and mutton. All the meats were first fried and sautéed with peppers, onions, and seasonings. The rice was cooked along with the mutton and then combined in a colorful giant platter for lunch. It was yet again, another outstanding Senegalese food meal in Senegal, West Africa! Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (affiliate link on Amazon in US. Coming soon to Canada and worldwide)

Whole Chicken + 10 Onions!! FOOD IN AFRICA - Senegal’s Unbelievable Chicken Yassa!!


🇸🇳 Original Jollof Rice: 🤍 🌶️ Ghost Chili Now: 🤍 (affiliate link Amazon US) 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 SAINT LOUIS, SENEGAL - Today we’re cooking and eating one of the most popular Senegalese foods, known as poulet yassa, or just yassa. It’s a dish of, in this case chicken, with onions and mustard sauce. You’ll find it all over Senegal and all over the world now, but originally from Senegal. It’s an amazing dish, so simple, and yet so tasty. We’re going to see the entire cooking process, and then be able to eat another amazing meal in Senegal, West Africa! Thank you to Diana for hosting us at her amazing restaurant in old town of Saint Louis. We started with a whole local chicken, cut down and then fried in oil. The chicken was then combined with a huge bucket of onions, mustard, and a bunch of seasoning and and spices and served with rice. Again, poulet yassa is a dish that you’ll find throughout Senegal, it’s one of the most common dishes. I think it’s easy to make and it’s a food that everyone - young and old and enjoy. I was surprised at how tasty it is! From Saint Louis we continued on this food tour to the amazing sand dunes of the Lompoul Desert of Senegal. The dunes were beautiful, we rode camels and then we ended with a local couscous dinner at the Lompoul Ecolodge. Dinner was delicious, and the local drumming was incredible - a great way to end the evening. And that completes another delicious day, eating Senegalese food in West Africa! Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (affiliate link on Amazon in US. Coming soon to Canada and worldwide)

EXTREME Street Food in Africa!! SEAFOOD MOUNTAIN on Beach in Dakar, Senegal!!


🇸🇳 Senegal Street Food in Dakar: 🤍 🌶️ Ghost Chili Now: 🤍 (affiliate link Amazon US) 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 KAYAR, SENEGAL - Today we are on the coast of Senegal and we are going to explore the amazing seafood of the country. We’ll be starting at one of the biggest fishing villages in Senegal, then we’ll be touring Lake Retba, known as the pink lake, experiencing the Dakar rally, and finishing with one of the greatest Senegalese seafood street food meals in Dakar! Kayar - We first started with a walk through Kayar, one of the main fishing villages in West Africa on the coast of Senegal. The fish they catch will be transported throughout Africa. It’s quite an unbelievable spectacle to see all the colorful fishing boats lined up on the beach. One of the main fish they were catching today was monk-fish. Chez Salim (🤍 - For lunch we headed to Chez Salim, along the banks of Lake Retba, and also the location where the Dakar Rally finishes. Lunch was simple but it was a delicious plate of monkfish stir fried with peppers and onions and served with guana chili sauce on the side. Lake Retba, Senegal - We then took a boat on Lake Retba, also known as the pink lake, and the source of a huge salt industry. It’s an extremely salty lake that replenishes itself with salt. Much of West Africa relies on the salt from this lake. It was very cool to see. Also, the lake is the traditional home of the finish like of the famous Dakar Rally. We jumped in a land cruiser and took a spin on the dunes along the beach - it was thrilling. Court of Cassation - Finally to end this amazing day of seafood in Senegal we drove back to Dakar and headed straight to Court of Cassation. In the evening you’ll find a number of seafood beach food stalls that sell everything you can imagine from the sea. You choose what you want, they grill and boil it, and serve it on a tray with the world’s greatest onion, mustard, and pepper sauce. To fit with the theme of the day, we stuck with a monkfish, and it was delicious! Additionally, before eating seafood I tried a unique local West African fruit called saba senegalensis fruit. And that completes an incredible day of seafood street food in Senegal! Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (affiliate link Amazon in US. Coming soon to Canada and worldwide)

Incredible UNSEEN FOOD of AFRICA!! Favorite Local Dish in Senegal, West Africa!!


🌶️ Ghost Chili Now: 🤍 (affiliate link Amazon US) 🇸🇳 Senegal Street Food in Dakar: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 TOUBAKOUTA, SENEGAL - Today we’re in the village of Toubakouta in southern Senegal, West Africa. We’ll be cooking and eating a dish called C’est Bon (That’s Good!), also known as Thiebou Diola. It includes rice, fried and grilled fish, pounded hibiscus leaves, and the world’s most addictive onion sauce with mustard. This is one of the best dishes I’ve eaten in West Africa and I can’t wait to share it all with you! So again we’re in Toubakouta, Senegal, a small and relaxing riverside village in the southern part of Senegal. C’est Bon, which literally translates from French as That’s Good is the name of the dish that’s beloved in Southern Senegal. It’s named that for a reason, it really is that good. The process of cooking it is complex with so many different components included. Some of the ingredients I loved most were the onions, garlic, goana chilies, lots of black pepper, and lime juice. The fish was first coated in a spice paste, shallow fried in oil, and then charcoal grilled to give it an incredible smoky fiery taste. One of the spectacular parts of Senegalese food is the assembly of the platter. And C’est Bon is a West African food with so many components that makes it special. Rice, fried fish, hibiscus leaves, onions sauce, and finally a drizzle of fragrant palm oil to bring the flavors together. It was truly a magical meal experience, incredible flavors and another spectacular meal in Senegal, West Africa! Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (affiliate link on Amazon in US. Coming soon to Canada and worldwide)

How to make the best Senegalese Thieboudienne I Red Rice with Fish for your family


►SUBSCRIBE for 2 new videos per week:🤍 INGREDIENTS: * 6 habanero chili’s, omit or adjust amount to suit your heat tolerance. * 4 sweet peppers, substitute with 2 large green bell peppers * double thumb size ginger peeled * 8 gloves of garlic * 1 teaspoon fennel seeds, substitute with the same amount and seed or two star anise * 1/2 teaspoon freshly crushed black pepper * 1 teaspoon salt (adjust amount to suit your taste) * 1 teaspoon homemade all purpose seasoning (substitute with 1 vegetable, or chicken seasoning bouillon cube) * 4 scallions or spring onions * 1 hand full or cup of parsley Rest of vegetables: * prep by cutting into big chunks as shown in the video* * 1 small tuber of cassava/yuca * 1 yellow squash (optional) * 2 egg plants * 1 tuber of sweet potato * 4 okro (leave whole) optional * 4 sweet peppers left whole (optional) For red rice/ tieboudienne: * 8 cups of broken jasmine rice * 3 and 1/2 pound grouper fish (substitute with croaker fish, red snapper, fish pompano, fish tilapia, fish halibut), avoid oily or filleted fish. * oil for shallow frying * 6 Roma tomatoes * 2 red bell peppers * remainder of fresh green relish * 1 teaspoon all purpose seasoning substitute with one chicken or vegetable bouillon cube * salt to taste * 1/2 teaspoon crush black pepper * 1 tbsp curry powder * 15 grams cured fish * 1 & 11/2 liters of water * 1 & 1/2 cups tomato paste ✔Please email BUSINESS ONLY inquiries to write2nanaaba🤍 ✔Facebook - ✔Twitter - ✔Instagram - 🤍 ✔Click HERE to SUBSCRIBE - 🤍 ♦ MORE VIDEOS ♦ Cold pressed coconut oil: 🤍 HOW to make Chicken Fried Rice: 🤍 The best Vegetable Fried Rice: 🤍 BEEF and VEGETABLES STIR FRY video : 🤍 How to make butter bread : 🤍 How to make the best CHICKEN Soup: 🤍 Wet Ghanaian doughnut Bofrot Boflot Puff Puff: 🤍 How to make the best SHITO: 🤍 How to make Dinner Rolls: 🤍 Check out the rest of Nanaaba's kitchen channel: 🤍 Disclosures: All opinions are my own. Sponsors are acknowledged. Some links in the description are affiliate links that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a commission at no additional cost to you. As an Amazon Associate I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases.

Senegal’s Seashell Island - SHOCKING HOT PEPPER FISH!! Food + Culture in West Africa!


🇸🇳 Best West African Food - Jollof Rice: 🤍 🌶️ Ghost Chili Now: 🤍 (affiliate link Amazon US) 🔔 Subscribe: 🤍 JOAL-FADIOUTH - Welcome to the peaceful town and island of Joal-Fadiouth, on the West Coast of Africa in Senegal. They are known for being a fishing village and for Fadiouth, which is an entire island made from seashells built upon each other. The village is home to both Christians and Muslims living in harmony. Today we’re eating a couple of local meals, including a massively spicy pepper fish soup and exploring the amazing culture of this island. La Taverne du Pêcheur (🤍 - We’re starting the day at La Taverne du Pêcheur, a restaurant at the base of the island, just before you cross over the bridge. The restaurant is known for its food and you can order local seafood and local dishes like millet couscous with a variety of seafood. We were able to see the entire cooking process, making fish stew and a bunch of side dishes. I love the use of chilies, garlic, onions, and lime juice within almost all the recipes. Next up we took a walk around Fadiouth Island, again an island built from a mountain of seashells. The island is walking only and you get there by crossing a bridge or taking a boat. We walked around the island, learning about their unique cultural identity and especially how both Christians and Muslims live together in harmony. We then stopped for an afternoon snack, and a dish called fish pepper soup. This Senegalese food is simple, yet shockingly tasty. When I took my first bite, I almost couldn’t believe how much pepper there was - so good - shockingly good! Thank you to Pape Tatandiaye (Visit Senegal 🤍 🎵MUSIC: 🤍 —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 —————————————————— 🌶️ NEW: Smoked Ghost Pepper Available Now: 🤍 (affiliate link on Amazon in US and Canada. Worldwide coming soon.)

Yassa Chicken | Yassa au Poulet


#yassa #yassachicken #yassapoulet In this video, I share with you how I make Yassa Chicken. An easy recipe full of taste. Hope you enjoy the video. See you in the next one :) Tip: I like to remove the excess oil at the end of the cooking process, because I get my prefer texture that way. But you can do so after the frying the chicken as I mention in the video. It is up to YOU :) - Checkout more recipes down below 👇🏾 Riz Gras – Thiep 🤍 Cassava Leaves 🤍 Dans cette video, je vous montre comment je fais mon Yassa au Poulet. Facile et délicieux. J'espère que vous allez aimer. A la prochaine :) Astuce: Je prefère diminuer l'excès d'huile en fin de cuisson. J'obtiens la texture que je désire en utilisant cette méthode. Ceci dit vous pouvez diminuer l'huile après la friture du poulet comme je l'indique sur la vidéo. Ça dépends de VOUS :) - Time Stamps: 00:00 Intro 00:05 Ingredients 00:35 Making the Nokoss 02:22 Seasoning the chicken 03:39 Frying the chicken 03:59 Prepping the remaining ingredients 07:51 Making the onion sauce ( you can remove some oil at this point, but I prefer doing so at the end) 11:24 Final result 11:40 Removing the excess oil 11:52 Outro Welcome to afromomspices. On this channel I share sprinkles of my Cooking. Feel free to Subscribe for more recipes to come! For more cooking inspiration, read my Blog at Follow me on Instagram/Facebook/Tiktok at afromomspices Get To Know Me :) My name is Fatou and I am * a Food Lover/Blogger * a Guinean based in the USA * a Mom of 3

Andy Learns How to Cook Senegalese Food | Bon Appétit


Andy Baraghani is basically starting from scratch with it comes to Senegalese food it's not a cuisine he is very familiar with. Join Andy on yet another culinary exploration as he learns how to make four traditional Senegalese dishes under the guidance of Pierre Thiam, the co-founder and executive chef at Teranga. Check out our profile of Pierre here: 🤍 Want Bon Appétit shirts, hats and more? 🤍 Still haven’t subscribed to Bon Appétit on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Want more Bon Appétit in your life? Subscribe to the magazine and score a free tote! 🤍 ABOUT BON APPÉTIT Bon Appétit is a highly opinionated food brand that wants everyone to love cooking and eating as much as we do. We believe in seasonal produce, properly salted pasta water, and developing recipes that anyone can make at home. Andy Learns How to Cook Senegalese Food | Bon Appétit

How to make C'est Bon Senegalese Recipe


C'est bon is an appetit Senegalese dish it's easy to make and very delicious. Ingredients:- 1 Grouper & 1 tilapia 1/4 red bell pepper ( cut) 1/4 green bell pepper ( cut) 1/4 orange bell pepper ( cut ) 2 tomato plums ( cut ) 1/2 of lemon 2 onions (cut) Sallicon 2 spoon of black pepper 1 spoon of garlic powder Loco beans ( naityto ) 1/2 cup of lemon juice Dry oyster Parsley Shrimp Dry salted fish ( gayjah) Dry snail ( yate) 2 cup of rice Salt Cc.Gambian cuisine July 2, 2019

Cooking the Most Authentic Food with Locals in Senegal 🇸🇳


Today I’m cooking the most authentic food in Senegal with locals, on a remote island in the middle of Senegal’s sprawling Sine Saloum Delta. On today's menu is Yassa, one of Senegal's most famous dishes, made with fish caught locally in the delta. This travel vlog follows me on my journey into the heart of Senegal in order to learn how to cook with the Serer ethnic group, one of Senegal’s major ethnic groups. Serers are found in 3 countries in West Africa and are predominantly located in Senegal, particularly in the Sine Saloum region. I'm excited to discover more about their way of life. Want to plan your own trip to Senegal? You can request a free quote from Mika, the guide who I used to organise my Senegal trip, here: 🤍 👈 Let’s connect on Instagram! 👉 🤍 Business Email 📧 ella🤍 ⏱ Timestamps ⏱ 00:00 Introduction 00:54 Joal Fadiouth 02:32 Journey through Senegal 03:13 Biggest Baobab Tree in Senegal 06:14 Boat Ride Through the Delta 08:23 Hotel Room Tour and Dinner 09:42 Learning about Senegal Culture 10:54 Sine Saloum Delta 13:28 Journey to Mar Lodj Village 14:19 Mar Lodj Village Tour 18:42 Cooking Traditional Senegalese Dish 25:16 Trying Authentic Senegalese Food 26:30 Journey Back to Hotel and Dinner 🎶 Music 🎶 Epidemic Sound Get a 30 day free trial today: 🤍

My First Time EVER Trying African Food (Senegal)


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How To Make Dibi: Senegalese-Style Lamb


Oumar Diouf, owner of The Damel food truck (🤍 , makes Dibi, a Senegalese grilled lamb dish. Oumar marinates his lamb and onions in two different kinds of mustard, before searing them off and serving them with greens and fresh bread. Check out the recipe here: 🤍 Subscribe to Munchies here: 🤍 All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: 🤍 Hungry? Sign up here for the MUNCHIES Recipes newsletter. 🤍 Check out 🤍 for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Foursquare: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍

Senegalese Chef Serves Up African Street Food in Oakland | Dishes of the Diaspora


Originally from Senegal, Oumar Diouf discovered the tastes of home during his travels in Brazil. When an injury ended his career as a soccer player, he set out on a culinary journey to understand the history and communion of these two cultures. Today, he celebrates Senegalese and Afro-Latino fusion with the vibrant food he serves at his Oakland restaurant and food truck, The Damel. ⬇ Download full content description here: 🤍 📖 Read the article: 🤍 About Dishes of the Diaspora: African Food Across the Bay Area Dishes of the Diaspora is a pilot series from KQED featuring African restaurants around the Bay Area. Restaurant owners invite us into their kitchens to share personal experiences, signature dishes, and fresh takes on comfort food. Viewers also get a first-hand look at how restaurants persevere through the unprecedented hardships brought on by the pandemic. These stories explore the vulnerability of opening a restaurant as an immigrant and the risks and rewards of introducing unique flavors into a Western community. Find out more on KQED: 🤍 #blackhistory #Africanfood #Senegal #Streetfood Series Producer: Anthonia Onyejekwe Associate Producer: Cecilia Phillips Engagement Producer: Maya Wise This video was filmed under strict guidelines due to the coronavirus pandemic. Safety parameters were followed to protect the health of the restaurant employees, customers, and video production team.

The tastiest Peanut Butter Stew / sauce - Senegalese, Mali, Gambia inspired Mafe’ || Maafe’


►SUBSCRIBE for 2 new videos per week:🤍 INGREDIENTS: • whole duck butchered, seasoned with salt and pepper • 2-3 tbsp Cooking oil for searing duck • 2 red onions chopped and cooked in rendered duck fat • Add 1 heaping tbsp tomato paste to cooked onions and cook for 3-5 mins • Stew base blend of 4 scallions, 3 garlic cloves, 1 scotch bonnet, 1 tbsp ginger paste, 1 tsp rosemary, handful flat leaf parsley, 1 red bell pepper, 2 Roma tomatoes. Add this blend to onions and tomato paste, and cook on medium heat till oil resurfaces. • Add 1/2 tbsp curry powder • 1/2 cup roasted peanut butter, thinned up with 4 tbsp hot water. Add to stew base, stir to evenly combine. • Add 1 tbsp each shrimp powder, and all purpose seasoning. Substitute all purpose seasoning with 1 chicken bouillon cube • Add seared duck and all of its juices to stew. • Season with salt to taste • Add 500 ml hot water to pot, stir, and cook on low heat, with lid on, for 25 mins. • Add the following fresh vegetables: 1/2 a small green cabbage cut in to two, 1/2 each green and yellow bell peppers, small sweet potato, and russet potatoes, carrots, onions cut into wedges, and some habaneros. Key is to cut all your veggies into big chunks, in order to keep their shapes, and have the perfect texture for the final show stopping presentation! • Enjoy with soft steamed rice👌🏽 BUSINESS ONLY inquiries to write2nanaaba🤍 Follow Me: ✔Facebook - 🤍 ✔Twitter - ✔Instagram - 🤍 ✔Click HERE to SUBSCRIBE - 🤍 ♦ MORE VIDEOS ♦ Cold pressed coconut oil: 🤍 HOW to make Chicken Fried Rice: 🤍 The best Vegetable Fried Rice: 🤍 BEEF and VEGETABLES STIR FRY video : 🤍 How to make butter bread : 🤍 How to make the best CHICKEN Soup: 🤍 Wet Ghanaian doughnut Bofrot Boflot Puff Puff: 🤍 How to make the best SHITO: 🤍 How to make Dinner Rolls: 🤍 Check out the rest of Nanaaba's kitchen channel: 🤍

Senegalese Street Food: The Senegalese Sandwich


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How to make Dakhine Senegalese 🇸🇳 Dish


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What Can $10 Get in DAKAR, SENEGAL? (Budget Travel)


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African leaders pledge $30bn in agriculture to tackle hunger crisis


As many as 34 countries have promised a total of $30bn to boost food production in Africa over the next five years. The pledge was made at the Feed Africa Summit in western Senegal. Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Diamaniadio, Senegal. Subscribe to our channel 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Check our website: 🤍 Check out our Instagram page: 🤍 🤍AljazeeraEnglish #Aljazeeraenglish #News #Africa #Agriculture #Food #Production #Africa #FeedAfricaSummit #Senegal

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THE BEST JOLLOF RICE | Gambian - Senegalese Benachin | How To Make Jollof Rice


FULL RECIPE BELOW! Hello my lovelies! Today, I am making a very popular and controversial dish from West Africa, Jollof Rice. The most popular name for the rice dish is Jollof Rice. However, us Gambians and Senegalese call it Benachin or Thiébou Djeun (Fish Rice) or Thiébou Guinar Yap (chicken and beef rice). Gambians and Senegalese have different versions of this popular rice dish. We have the red and white version. Both can be prepared with fish or chicken/& beef. In a previous video, I made the red Benachin (Jollof Rice) with chicken and beef. Make sure to checkout the video. Today, I am making Thiébou Djeun (Fish Rice), the white version. The dish is prepared differently by different countries. Thus, causing a rivalry among African countries. The question is always “WHO HAS THE BEST JOLLOF RICE?” They are all delicious to me! However, I am preparing it the original and traditional way, Senegambia style. ENJOY! Love, Satang Bayo FOLLOW ME: Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Note: The ingredients used in this video are for 10 cups of rice, which is a lot. Ideally, you should cook about 5 cups of rice. Just divide all of the ingredients in half if preparing 5 cups of rice. ROFF INGREDIENTS • 2 handful or cups of parsley • 2 garlic cloves • 1/2 habanero pepper (add whole for more spice) • Add 1 beef Jumbo cube and 1/2 tsp black pepper * Freeze any leftover Roff for future use. Do not cross contaminate w/ fish. Dish out the amount of Roff you think you might need in a separate bowl. If you need more Roff for your fish, add more to your bowl. PROTEIN SEASONING • Use any fish or amount desired. I used a mixture of large cuts of fresh Red Snapper and King Fish. • Other fish that taste great are Barracuda, Grouper and Lady Fish • I seasoned my fish overnight with 1 lime juice and 1 tsp salt FRYING / SAUTÉ • About 2 cups of vegetable oil or conola oil • Optional: 1 cuts of dried African snail called Yete and 2 cuts of salt fish • 4 medium yellow onions chopped • 3 soft Roma tomatoes chopped • 3 large garlic cloves chopped (I forgot to mention in the video, but add garlic when the onions are 95% brown) • 3 dried bay leaves • 1 beef Jumbo cube • 1 chicken Jumbo cube • 2 small Maggie cubes • 1 tsp Salt • Knor seasoning (add last if you need more seasoning before adding rice) • 1 TBSP Black pepper • 10 cups of broken Jasmine rice (or any rice you like) * Note: you can pick to use either Maggie or Jumbo. Also, you can use just beef or chicken Jumbo cubes. I like to mix all. *Note: reduce oil before sautéing the onions if you want less oil in the dish. However, make sure you have enough oil so that the 10 cups of rice won’t stick together. *Note: Remove 2 cuts of salt fish before adding rice. VEGETABLES • 2 Habanero pepper • 1/4 cabbage (insert toothpick in the center of the cabbage help prevent it from falling apart) • 1 eggplant cut in 4 pieces • 3 cuts of honeynut squash • 3 large whole carrots peeled • 8 okra, remove head and tip * Note: Use as much veggies as you want. You can also use mixed vegetables instead. SONG CREDIT: Bassy Future - Wondershare Filmstock Drift - Wondershare Filmstock



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Thiebouyapp: Senegalese Jollof Rice and Meat


This video shows you all the ingredients and steps you need to make a traditional Senegalese main dish. Ingredients: Olive Oil Meat of your choice Salt Nokoss Ndey Tida’s Spice Mix Water (4 cups) Bay Leaves Rice (2 cups) Steps: Olive oil in a cooking pot. Place meat into oil. Salt to your preference and flip the meat until all pieces show bronzing. Add pre-prepared nokoss. (Please see video for nokoss) Add Ndey Tida’s Spice Mix and stir. Add about four cups of water and stir. Add bay leaves, bring to a boil, and cover. Add about two cups of pre-washed rice (Please wash the rice two hours making sure that no water is left in the pre-washed rice). Add mixed vegetables and stir. Partially cover the pot and let simmer at low heat for an hour or an hour and half, halfway through before adding the rice. After adding the rice, cover the pot completely and lower the heat to the minimum and let it cook for thirty minutes while turning it occasionally. Bon Appétit!

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