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This is one of our favourite recipes and is a condiment that we use in many of our recipes. Toumaya simply is a garlic mayo/aioli. this vegan sauce/is a traditional recipe popular in Egypt and and the Middle East. This spicy thick, creamy sauce/ dip, absolutely packed with garlic flavor, heat and ready to eat with everything and anything!
They are a crispier and soft version of falafel. This popular Egyptian snack are made with fava bean, herbs giving its green colour. often served with “Baladi” ; a traditional ‘pita style’ bread, salad with a little drizzle of tahini. works just as nice with our toumaya. In Arabic word taameya translates to "tasty little bits" hence why, we call them our tasty green little bits of goodness. They are crusted with coriander and sesame seeds that pop when you bite into the ta'ameya.
They are warmly spiced minced stuffed layered flatbread. This a popular North African street food and it's often enjoyed for plain for breakfast with honey and Jam, the savoury version are just as popular and we would advise having them at any time of the day, every day! The Mhadjeb dough is dusted with Zaatar, a North African/ Middle Eastern spice blend, which takes it to another level. also known as Mhadjeb (plural) Mahdjouba (singular) - Algeria | Msemen - Morocco
These nutmeg-spiced dough ball is a traditional sweet snack, integral to every birthday party, wedding and naming ceremony. They can be seen frying in many street stalls across the continent and are best eaten warm. The tasty puff puff comes with complementing toppings such as our rich chocolate sauce, chunky peanuts and or aromatic cinnamon sugar. also known as Puff Puff - Nigeria, Bofrot - Ghana, Mikate Congo, Kala - Liberia, Kaimati - Kenya, Magwinya - South Africa
Our spicy fluffy dough recipe is a savoury take on popular street sweet snack. This sweet and spicy delicious dough comes with toppings inspired by nutty Yaji/suya spice rub; a popular dry rub used in Ghana and Nigeria and onion and her mix inspired by flavours of Kushari- a lentil and rice dish from Egypt-, a blend the parsley, garlic and crispy onions. The popular can be seen frying in many street stalls across the continent and are best eaten warm. also known as Puff Puff - Nigeria, Bofrot - Ghana, MIkate - Congo, Kala - Liberia, Kaimati - Kenya, Magwinya - South Africa
This popular South African dessert; rich and creamy milk tart reminiscent of a Portuguese custard tart or Chinese egg tart. Our milk tart recipe is made with a sweet crumbly pastry filled with cinnamon custard, a dusting of cinnamon sugar for extra crunch. This isn't a traditional street snack, however, our snack collection would incomplete without this delicious recipe. also known as Melktert - South Africa; Afrikaans
Meat pies are a popular snack across Africa, each region has its variation. Our meat pie is based on the traditional Nigerian recipe. A handheld pie filled with mincemeat, potatoes and carrot encrusted in a soft buttery, flaky pastry baked to perfection. a delicious snack that will be the star of any meal, any time of the day. Vegetarian Option *
These amazingly soft and lightly spiced doughnuts are very popular dish East Africa. They are often served with a cup of tea or coffee or with curry. The doughnuts are spiced with cardamom and coconut milk which makes them different from regular doughnuts. Our modern take on a traditional recipe is handmade, deeply-fried, filled with heaps of homemade jam, Nutella or simply as it’s, then dusted with icing sugar for added sweetness. also known as Mahamri| Mandazi| Swahili Coconut Doughnut| Swahili Bun - Tanzania| Kenya| Uganda|Rwanda| Burundi
This hand-help stuffed pastry is a savoury, mouth-watering snack or appetiser. Sambusa" or Samboosa is just another name for samosa. They're referred to as sambusa in certain parts of East Africa. The pastry is filled with brown lentils spiced with warm notes of Xawaash; a Somalian spice mix of cardamom, cumin, fenugreek seeds and coriander seeds then fried till they are crispy and bursting with steam. also known as Sambusa or Samboosa, Samosa