AFRICAN RECIPES

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Ethiopian:

Search for Google-Bing-YouTube Recipes: traditional Ethiopian recipes

1) berbere mix (a spicy combination based on fennugreek, chiles, and cloves)
2) injera (a pan-fried fermented bread) Teff flour can be purchased in New Haven!
3) mandazi (a doughnut, but less sweet) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)

Ghanese-Ghanaian:

Search for Google-Bing-YouTube Recipes: traditional Ghanese-Ghanaian recipes

1) kenkey: Hopefully, alumni who go on the Yale trip to Ghana (summer 2012) will bring back some kenkey recipes, stories, and photographs. (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
2) kelewele (fried plantains) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
3) nkate (a cake made using peanuts) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)
4) toffee (a hard candy prepared using condensed milk) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)

Kenyan:

Search for Google-Bing-YouTube Recipes: traditional Kenyan recipes

1) mandazi (a doughnut, but less sweet) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)

Mauritian:

Search for Google-Bing-YouTube Recipes: traditional Mauritian recipes

1) napolitaine (a buttery sugar cookie with jam) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)

Nigerian:

Search for Google-Bing-YouTube Recipes: traditional Nigerian recipes

1) dodo (fried plantains) (from the Yale ISO "Food Night 2012" menu)

South African:

Search for Google-Bing-YouTube Recipes: traditional South African recipes

1) vetkoek (deep fried dough)

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