All posts by Eva Browne-Paterson

Afrikoz Spices brings fresh, home-made spices from the four corners of Africa into the Aussie home. Whether you’re preparing food for yourself or for the whole family, our North, South, East and West varieties are available for your cooking pleasure. Antioxidant rich, you’ll love our exotic blend of traditional spices that add instant pizazz to your meals.

Spicy ‘State of Origin’ Chicken Wings

Spicy 'State of Origin' Chicken Wings
On the 9th July 2014, we were expecting a crowd of friends over to watch the final State Of Origin 2014, and I wanted to make something delicious that was quick and easy. I made 2 types of spicy chicken wings with Afrikoz Spices and they went down well. Both were delicious, however the East was most popular as … Continue Reading ››

Tsire Chicken Suyas

Tsire Chicken Suyas
Tsire, also known as suya, is a popular street food in Nigeria. Looking a lot like a shish kebab, tsire is often a skewered piece of meat covered in spices and sold in roadside stands. When making at home, one could grill the tsire in warmer months or broil them in your oven when outdoor cooking is not an option. We're using … Continue Reading ››

Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Raisins, Almonds & Honey

Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Raisins, Almonds & Honey
Also known as Mrouzia – sometimes spelled M'rouzia – is a sweet and spicy Moroccan tagine traditionally prepared in the days following Eid Al Adha, or Eid Al Kabir. Lamb is most popular at this time, but beef or goat meat can also be used. We're using Afrikoz Spices NORTH blend for this tagine.
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South African Cape Malay Fish Curry

South African Cape Malay Fish Curry
This distinctive and tasty authentic curry relies heavily on the special blend of spices, known as Cape Malay curry powder. Cape Malay curries are famous for their fruity and full-bodied flavours, making good use of local colourful vegetables or meat and fish, they are not as hot as the curries used in the Indian kitchen. We are using Afrikoz … Continue Reading ››