Saladu Awooka Àk Mango is a Senegalese fruit salad I absolutely love serving as a first course at lunchoens or in place of a course of fruit at dessert. For a first course I'd recommend juicing the Saladu Awooka Àk Mango with citrus either lime or orange whereas if served as dessert then it should be enjoyed sweetened and more highly flavoured
South Africans love their braais, but as they would have you know, an essential ingredient to a fine braai is a South African potato salad. It is creamy, flavourful and goes down well on sunny days and warm nights. They will also tell you that a traditional South African potato salad is not by any means like other potato salads. Their’s is special. It has the colour of bridesmaid gowns, soft, pale and elegant. Aromatically exquisite, the South African potato salad has an astonishing flavour.
Salatu Niebe is a Senegalese salad made popular outside Senegal by Chef Pierre Thiam, one of Senegal’s renown chefs and author of the cook book “Yolole! Recipes from the heart of Senegal”.