Doro Wot/ Tsebhi Doro ( Ethiopian/ Eritrean chicken stew)By Eden HagosLearn how to make Doro wot also known as Tsebhi Dorho, a special Ethiopian and Eritrean chicken stew with boiled eggs. This stew is served on special holidays and is a labour of love, so it's a special treat anytime doro wot is served. This recipe serves more as guidlines so feel free to adjust as needed. Traditionally, we don't use recipes or measuring tools to make Ethiopian/ Eritrean food but this should help anyone who loves Doro wot recreate this special dish at home!
Note: This recipe calls for a few ingredients that can usually only be found at East African stores like Mekelesha spice, Korrarima spice, Tesmi (Kibbeh) and Berbere (be sure to get this spice from an East African vendor because the Berbere sold in mainstream stores doesn't compare!). You can replace the Tesmi spiced clarified butter with Ghee but it won't have same flavour as it's missing the spices). Praline Sweet Potato CakeBy Eden HagosThe holidays are around the corner and that means it's time to to pull out your whisk and bundt pans- baking season has officially arrived! This decadent Sweet Potato Praline cake combines the best of all of our holiday favorites, from sweet potatoes to pecans and warm fall spices like nutmeg. Made with Tillamook's creamy unsalted butter, this cake is ultra rich and so so delicious! Try a slice with a scoop of Tillamook’s Vanilla bean ice cream to kick it up a notch! Head over to https://www.tillamook.com/tillamaps/ to find Tillamook products near you! Bahamian Pumpkin, Corn & RiceBy Chef Raquel FoxFlavourful rice dishes are prevalent throughout the Islands of the Bahamas, it’s our celebrated African heritage. In the family islands, the ingredients added to the rice are farm to table, what we eat is usually what is grown. Pumpkin & Rice is what I call a Bahamian old school recipe that is only homemade and not usually found in restaurants. In this recipe, I’m adding freshly shucked corn kernels as corn & rice is another favourite rice dish.Stewed Lobster/Shrimp with Okra FungeeBy Chef Philman GeorgeThis is a dish that highlights the culture and abundance of Barbuda, Antigua's sister island. Make sure to simmer the stew slow and slow for a hearty meal that should be eaten with your hands for the best possible experience.Andros Crab & RiceBy Chef Raquel FoxThis is the most quintessential Bahamian dish, a rice so flavourful, “you’ll want to eat the spoon!” Andros is the largest island in the Bahamas (2,300 square miles), known as “The Land of Crabs.” It’s home of the annual crab festival and the birthplace of my grandmother, she made it best with the addition of coconut oil, earthy pigeon peas and salted beef.Pepper Soup Curry with Jasmine RiceBy FTThis warm and satisfying dish combines the savoury flavour of Nigerian pepper soup spices with the creamy taste of coconut milk for an innovative take on fusion cuisine.Molokhia with Green Lentil Stew and Turmeric Spiced RiceBy Chef Naza HasebenebiThis filling vegan dinner is Sudanese in origin but gets taken up a notch with the addition of Eritrean spices and techniques. If you're looking to go plant-based a few times a week, try this recipe as the stew can be easily paired with rice, injera, naan, or pita or steamed veggies. Peppered Shrimp BoilBy Chef Noel CunninghamThis spicy yet flavorful peppered shrimp recipe is simmered slowly for maximum results and makes a great summer appetizer or main course.Spicy Garlic Cookout WingsBy AshtenThis is my go-to wing sauce for summer cookouts because of how delicious and easy it is to make. You can also cook the wings in the oven and baste them with the sauce twice before you take them out.
I always tell my children that when they think they've minced the garlic, they should do it 5 more times. If you want a distinct wing sauce, use real garlic, not garlic powder.