African takeaway for delivery or collection
Here at Just Eat, we are delighted to offer our new and returning visitors great Just Eat Treats, Deals and Special offers from an extensive choice and range of tasty African dishes, all of which are available for you to order online today from over 2,100 takeaway restaurants and eateries throughout Ireland, no matter what type of Takeaway food or cuisine you fancy!
North African cuisine features Egg Brik, the national dish of Tunisia – thin, triangular, phyllo pastry (Malsouka) wrapped around a filling of whole egg, chopped onion, tuna, parsley and Harissa. This is the spicy paste is used in almost every – and usually spicy – Tunisian meal, it is made from chillies, garlic, lemon and a mix of caraway, cumin and coriander seeds. Kefta Mkaouara (aka Moroccan Meatball and Egg Tagine) is a traditional dish of small beef or lamb meatballs simmered in a spicy tomato-based sauce, with boiled eggs added in the last few minutes. Ful Madames (aka Stewed Fava Beans) is the national dish of Egypt – a delicious spicy stew of beans stirred with olive oil, lemon juice and garlic. Frequently eaten for breakfast (easily delivered through Just Eat).
Cape Breyani is a classic Cape Malay recipe from South Africa. A fragrant dish with layers of marinated meat, lentils, rice and spices topped with hard-boiled eggs and crispy onions. It’s a one-pot, slow-cooked winner to feed large groups at special occasions. Chakalaka is a traditional spicy vegetable relish served with bread, stews or curries. Fancy a sausage? Boerewors is a robust, flavourful sausage popular throughout Southern Africa. Made from coarsely-ground minced beef (often mixed with pork, lamb, or both) and spiced with toasted coriander, black pepper, nutmeg, cloves and allspice. It’s a great party sausage, and even greater when it arrives hot and ready through your Just Eat app.
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