African dishes

We all have meaningful events that we had to postpone due to the pandemic. Well, lockdown will soon be over, and that event still for sure will happen. If you have ever organized a wedding, you will agree with me that choosing your food recipes was one of the most challenging parts. And this is where most people hit a snag. The hassle of having to sit down and sample recipes for people with different food preferences can be hair-raising. And as you know, we all have meaningful events that we had to postpone due to the pandemic. Well, lockdown will soon be over, and that event still for sure will happen. So for those who had to postpone their wedding plans, we got you covered! With these five finger-licking African dishes, you can entertain your wedding guests without making them feel left out. Check out the list below:

  1. Mullah Robe (lamb and yogurt stew)
Mulla Robe

Mullah robe delicacy boasts of its brilliant taste. The classical dish, which has its roots from Sudan, is one of the most popularly enjoyed dishes during Sudanese parties. However, the recipe is not just like any other meat recipe you would get out there.

For sure, Mullah Robe doesn’t disappoint. Its taste, aroma, and bursting flavors are enough to keep your guests entertained.

And the best part is, you won’t take long preparing your recipe. So you don’t have to worry about the lengthy cooking process. Check out the full recipe here

2. Chicken Muamba (Muamba de Galinha)

For those who don’t love red meat, chicken Muamba can be a sure bet. The delicacy, which has its roots from Angola, is loved by many. Its intense aroma and vibrant taste will make your guests drool.

Even before your guests are served their portion, we can bet they will be dying to have the first bite. The stew is perfectly seasoned with traditional spices to give it a savory taste that satiates your taste buds.

But one thing you need to know is the quantification of your ingredients. If you get one spice wrong, you will not get the real taste of Muamba de Galinha.

To help you navigate through, here is a detailed Chicken Muamba recipe

3. Pilaf Rice

There is no African wedding or party is complete without rice. And pilaf rice is indeed one of the most loved dishes. The delicacy, which is deep-rooted in East African cuisine, can be enjoyed in different variations.

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But one thing that makes the recipe to stand out from any other ordinary rice dish you may get out there is its distinct taste. The delicacy touts of its colorful, vibrant and aromatic flavor which invigorates your taste buds.

When perfectly prepared, this recipe can for sure, leave your guests begging for more. Isn’t that something you would boast for? Get the full recipe here

4. Fried Plantains

Plantains are Africa’s staple food. They are highly nutritious, which makes them popular in most African dishes. The fact that they can be prepared in different variations makes them part of most traditional weddings and parties.

They can be enjoyed alone or paired with different dishes like rice for an authentic African flavor. Due to their versatile nature, plantains make an excellent pick for weddings. Their starchy and low sugar makes them a go-to dish for vegans. Their preparation may vary depending on one’s preferences, but this plantain recipe won’t disappoint.

5. Chapatti

Chapattis is one of the most loved classical dishes in East Africa. No party is complete without chapattis. Though the recipe may have different variations, when perfectly prepared, you can never get enough.


The beautifully unleaved flatbread can be enjoyed with tea as breakfast or as an accompaniment of any meat stew. To make your meal more sumptuous, you can add a portion of rice or fried plantains.

However, one challenge with chapattis is that it requires a careful approach to ensure they are soft and layered. And this is where most people run into trouble. But with this detailed chapatti recipe, you can be guaranteed for tasty, soft layered flatbread.

Wrapping Up

If you are looking forward to entertaining your guests, you cannot afford to miss any of the 5 African dishes we have featured above. It doesn’t matter whether your guests are vegans or meat lovers. When perfectly prepared, these dishes can be an excellent pick for any wedding. And the best part is, they do not require lengthy preparation. Try them out and drop us a few lines on your experience. I can’t wait to sample your comments. See you there

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