This fisherman’s fried rice recipe is a delicious seafood medley made with rice, coconut milk and fresh seafood from the day’s catch.
I am a coastal girl. I grew up close to fishermen’s markets, and they always had their fresh catch for sale everyday. While there was no lack of customers looking to buy the fresh seafood on offer, there were usually leftovers from the day’s catch. Typically, leftover seafood is smoked and dried to prolong its shelf life, and is later sold to use in local stews and soups. Sometimes however, fishermen just ate the leftover catch of the day, especially if there was an abundance of smoked or dried seafood. This coconut seafood fried rice recipe is a rendition of one of the delicious meals that could be made with the daily leftover catch.
Never knew Africans enjoyed Ramen Noodles? Well here is a recipe for Ramen Noodles that will knock you off your feet. These are like nothing you’ve had.
Africans eat Ramen noodles? Yes we do, not like you may think, but yes we love our Ramen. Instant Ramen is mostly popular in Western and Southern Africa, and the way we tend to eat our Ramen is usually different from the way the rest of the world eats Ramen. Here is how…