Chicken Stew

Only organic chicken from the farm would make the cut. Heavily seasoned with aromatics right down to the bone.

Curried Goat Stew

Slowly cooked for about 1-2 hours, then fried with curry, onions, garlic, ginger  and other spices. Perfectly juicy, tender, with an amazing earthy and spicy flavor!

Liberian Chicken Gravy

The fragrant combination of garlic, bell pepper, tomatoes and herbs is a classic African stew combination that is a must on every Christmas table.

African Grill Chicken

Grilled chicken, then sauteed to perfect with the right blend of spices to give you a lip-smacking chicken dish!

Grill Tilapia

Easy whole grilled Tilapia smothered in spices and herbs with an African spicy hot sauce for dipping.

Mozambique Peri Peri Grill Chicken

Puts you under a spell. You’ll go crazy with its spicy coconut creamy sauce fortified with some olive oil and coconut milk.

Jollof Rice (Oven Baked)

Well-seasoned goodness, including onion, garlic, tomatoes, some nutritious veggies thrown in - perfect for regular nights or special occasions!

Nigerian Fried Rice

Whether as Christmas breakfast or dinner, this Nigerian Fried Rice is so perfect to feed a crowd. It’s so easy to whip up and everyone would love it, even the picky eaters.

Stewed Spinach

Super simple way of enjoy spinach African style – bursting with a good amount of greens and delivers the perfect amount of spice.

Carrot Pineapple Raisin Salad

The perfect and healthier dessert to serve on Christmas.


A refreshing spicy tomato bean relish that will provoke your taste bud.

Malva Pudding

Decadent traditional South African dessert that you just have to try! Rich, moist, chocolatey and oh so easy!

Rum Cake With Rum Butter Sauce

This buttery and dense cake would make you leap for joy most especially when you soak it with some warm rum butter sauce.

Chin chin

Has evolved from a special occasion food to being a snack food, sold on street corners, kiosk and supermarkets.

Homemade Bailey’s Irish Cream

Creamy, sweet, sensational and fragrant liquor. Pretty customizable, too. You can add mint, cinnamon or nutmeg to suit your taste buds.

Popular African Food To Celebrate Christmas