Quick & Creamy Iced Coffee Recipe

 

Quick & Creamy Iced Coffee recipe using the Senegalese Café Touba which is an African Spiced Coffee. In the absence of the Café Touba you can use Espresso or Coffee Granules for this recipe. Incase you’re feeling adventurous use the ingredients below to create your own Café Touba.

INGREDIENTS

Café Touba
150g of roasted Coffee Beans
1 levelled tablespoon of Guinea Peppers
1 African Nutmeg
5 Cloves
5 Grains of Selim pods (Hwentia/Etso)
10g of fresh Ginger (optional)

Iced Coffee

55g of Café Touba or 2 tablespoonful of Coffee Granules mixed with 3 tablespoonful of hot water
50ml of Condensed Milk
300ml of full fat Whole milk
Ice cubes
Add Brown Sugar to suit your personal taste

 

METHOD

Watch how make this quick and creamy Iced Coffee using Café Touba below;

 

How to make your own Café Touba recipe

 

Easy Homemade Condensed Milk Recipe

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Honey Glazed Barbecued Guinea Fowl recipe

Honey Glazed Guinea fowl

Make this quick Honey Glazed Barbecued Guinea Fowl recipe and thank me later. The flavour profile is that of a sweet, salty and herbaceous nature which compliments the somewhat Haney flavour of the Guinea Fowl

The Herby and Edzè blend from http://www.buyndudu.com mixed with honey made this recipe.

To achieve this you’ll need to purchase the Palette box from https://buyndudu.com

INGREDIENTS
1.2kg of Guinea Fowl
1 teaspoonful of Pink Himalayan Salt mixed with any herb of your choosing
4 tablespoonful of Olive oil
4 large quartered Onions
5 tablespoonful of Honey
1 teaspoonful of Herby Blend from Buy Ndudu (substitute with an Italian Herb mix)
1 teaspoonful of the Edzè blend from Buy Ndudu (substitute with Lime or Sumac)

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this quick and flavourful Honey Glazed Guinea Fowl recipe below;

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Somalian Pilau Rice with Banana & Kachumbari recipe

Why will you pair Rice with Banana? The answer lies in the eating of this contrasting and suited combination of flavours and textures.

The aromatic and earthy flavour of the Pilau rice paired with the acidity from the Tomato Salad and sweet creamy nature of the Banana makes this Somalian Pilau Rice dish my new favourite meal.

Honestly the flavours were so good the spice blend made it to my collection of Spices to be launched tomorrow on http://www.buyndudu.com

INGREDIENTS
300g of Basmati Rice
150ml of Water
1kg of diced Beef or T bone steak
2 tablespoonful of a Ginger, Onion, Aniseed & Garlic blend
4 large Banana Shallots or any Onions of your choosing
4 tablespoonful of your preferred oil
2 Bay leaves
2 Star Anise
3 red dried Chillies or 1 large Green Bell Pepper
2 levelled tablespoons of the Buy Ndudu Masala blend
2-4 organic Banana
Salt and Pepper to taste

TOMATO SALSA SALAD – KACHUMBARI
5 large deseeded and sliced sun ripened Tomatoes
1 large thinly sliced Red Onion
5 large mild Red Chillies
2 tablespoonful of Apple Cider Vinegar or juice of 1 Lemon
6 tablespoonful of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
30g of fresh Parsley (optional)
Quarter of a teaspoon of freshly milled Black Peppercorns
Salt to taste

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this incredible Somalian Pilaf Rice below;

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THE GREEN MARINADE FOR YOUR GRILLS


The hot weather is upon us here in London and a perfect time to grill and barbecue our meals.

Thanks to Weber UK for sponsoring this Barbecue series as we kick start it off with my versatile Green Marinade. The perfect marinade for most Fish and Poultry dishes.

Once you’ve made the Green Marinade reserve it an airtight sterilised glass jar and refrigerate for a minimum of 3 days. Once opened use within 3 days.

You can also freeze this in an ice cube container and defrost a cube or two when a recipe requires it. Enjoy!


INGREDIENTS

300g of mild Green Chillies

100g of fresh Parsley

1 Green Habanero Chilli

4 large cloves of Garlic

1 large Lime or Lemon

60g of fresh Basil

150g of green Spring Onions

1 cup of Olive oil

1 tablespoonful of Cane Sugar

1 tablespoonful of Pink Himalayan Salt

2 tablespoonful of Red Chilli flakes

 

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this Green marinade below;

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Simple Carrot Fritters Recipe

If you have some Carrots in your fridge then you’re halfway to making this quick and flavour packed Carrot Fritters recipe.

The leaves of the Carrots and Cumin seeds makes this Carrot Fritters recipe a must try. Considering you just need to grate the Carrot and within 5 minutes the fritters are ready, this recipe must make your spring and summer menu. This tasty Carrot Fritters recipe is Gluten free.

Enjoy!

 

INGREDIENTS

4 Organic Carrot with leaves

Half a teaspoon of Cumin seeds

1 Egg

1 tablespoonful of Corn starch

4 tablespoonful of Vegetable Oil

Salt and Pepper to taste

 

 

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this easy Carrot Fritters recipe below;

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Baked Senegalese Lemon Chicken & Cassava Couscous✔️ The West African Palette

Introducing the Baked Senegalese Lemon Chicken Yassa served with Cassava Couscous, known as Attieke in both Ghana and Ivory Coast and a similar Ghanaian version known as Gari Fortor.

Fusing the flavours of both the Ivorian Attieke , Ghanaian #Gari Fortor and the #Senegalese #Chicken Yassa in creating this flavour packed African One pot dish.

This is an easy one pot dish that’s ready within 30 minutes.

INGREDIENTS
3 Chicken Legs
Zest of 1 Lemon and slices of half the Lemon
1 levelled tablespoon of dried #Thyme or Rosemary
5 tablespoonful of Olive oil
3 large sliced #Onions
1 teaspoonful of freshly milled Black Peppercorns
1 large #Plantain or #Potatoes
Optional Fennel leaves (substitute with Aniseed)
Salt to taste

METHOD

Please watch how to make this one pot Senegalese Lemon Chicken Yassa served with Gari Fortor below;

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3 New Lemonade flavours you must try

London is currently giving us a 4 seasons vibe in a day. It rained heavily a few minutes ago, then it was sunny, cloudy and now sunny again. I need a glass or two of my new Lemonade flavoured recipes to take all this in.

 

INGREDIENTS

1 litre of Water

200g of Sugar

5 large Lemons

1 large Grapefruit

150g of Grapes

6 Basil leaves

4 Granny Smith Apples

Pinch of Salt (optional)

 

FLAVOURED ICE CUBES

20g of fresh Mint leaves

20g of thinly sliced Ginger

1 thinly sliced Medium sized Lemon or 1 Lime

Pink Rose Petals

20g of thinly sliced Cucumber

METHOD

Watch how to create 3 New Lemonade flavours below using everyday fruits and herbs

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Easy Flat Bread recipe without yeast

Easy Flat bread recipe ready within 10 minutes / Ndudu by Fafa

Flat breads are versatile and can be used for stews, soups, sandwiches etc
Homemade Flat bread couldn’t be easier, especially as it’s ready under 10 minutes. This recipe is without Yeast and makes for a moist Flat Bread.

I have covered the Natural Yoghurt and Greek Yoghurt recipe here
Natural Yoghurt and Greek Yoghurt recipe

Grab the following few ingredients;

INGREDIENTS
200g of Self Raising Flour
2 tablespoonful of Natural Yoghurt
100ml of lukewarm water
3 tablespoonful of Olive Oil
Salt to taste

 

TO SERVE

Serve with a scoop or two of your homemade Hummus recipe

METHOD

Watch how to make this quick Flatbread recipe in under 10 minutes below;

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Black Eyed Beans fritters recipe from scratch

Black eyed bean fritters is a popular West African snack, which is also enjoyed by Brazilians and Cubans. The dish was introduced to West Africa by the Hausa’s , who predominantly live in Nigeria and some parts of West Africa, such as Ghana, Sierra Leone, Cameroon etc
This is an improved recipe to achieve that crunchy outer layer and fluffy flesh. A recipe that mimics exactly what you buy from the Koose or Akara seller.
 
INGREDIENTS 
350g of peeled Black Eyed Beans
60ml of Water
2 large Banana Shallots
1 Habanero Chilli 
 
OPTIONAL
50g of Diced Bells Peppers
30g of chopped Spring Onions
1 medium sized diced Onion
Salt to taste
 
I have also shared 2 faster and favourite methods of how to peel your Black Eyed Beans below;
TIPS
The batter must have a textured consistency to achieve the famous crunchy outer layer
 
The batter must be beaten till its aerated or has a soufflé consistency 
This can be achieved easily by using your hand mixer or stand mixer.
Please note it took between 15-20 minutes to achieve the perfect aerated consistency using my stand mixer
Heat your oil for 5-7 minutes on a medium heat and maintain that heat till you’re done frying.
The advantage of having the aerated batter consistency means your Akara cooks perfectly and will not be soggy.
Now you can enjoy your homemade Akara or Koose recipe.
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METHOD
Watch how to prepare the perfect Akara or Koose recipe below;
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Sourdough Cinnamon French Toast recipe

Introducing a quick Sourdough French Toast recipe served with Avocado salad and Omelette.

INGREDIENTS
Sourdough or any other bread you have available
3 Eggs
Quarter of a teaspoon of Cinnamon powder
30ml of Whole Milk
1 tablespoonful of Vegetable oil/ Groundnut oil or alternatively you can use Butter

1 medium sized Avocado
1 small diced Banana Shallot
2 diced Green Chillies
30g of diced mild Red Chillies
30g of chopped Parsley
1 tablespoonful of Apple Cider Vinegar
3 tablespoonful of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper to taste

TO SERVE
Serve with a chilled glass of Orange , Pineapple or Watermelon juice

Watch how to prepare this easy Sourdough French Toast below;

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