Cham Cham @ Benk + BO, 28th September 2018

28th September @ Benk + BO Menu Cassava ‘Blinis’ with Pork Loin & CHAM CHAM Hot Pepper Sauce *** Cassava Leaf Plasas with Dry Fish *** Lamb Ribs with Lemony CHAM CHAM Hot Pepper Sauce *** King Prawns and Egusi with Dumboy *** Hibiscus, Lemon and Ginger Cake (V) £40.00 per head (excl. Eventbrite admin. […]

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Jollof Rice

I’m sure many of you have come across the hashtag #jollofwars since there is, still to this day, such a serious debate going on since way back when.  Many west African countries, tribes, mothers, aunties, nephews, grandfathers (you get the picture) claim to be the masters of this fine creation.   In the present day, March […]

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Cham Cham @ Well Street Kitchen, 15th June 2018

Bringing you more deliciousness on those summer nights in June! Menu 15th June 2018 Ma Etta’s Homemade Ginger Beer (V) Lift this aperitif by purchasing some vodka, gin or rum from the bar *** Bavette of ‘Ros’ Beef with Papaya & Lime (contains nuts) *** Aunty Annmarie’s Sweet Akara with CHAM CHAM Hot Pepper Sauce (contains sesame […]

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Cham Cham @ Well Street Kitchen, 18th May 2018

Bringing you a brighter menu to bring on those brighter summer nights in May! Menu 18th  May 2018 Ma Etta’s Homemade Ginger Beer (V) Lift this aperitif by purchasing some vodka, gin or rum from the bar *** Fried Snapper Fish with Spicy Mango & Gari Salad *** Cassava Chips with CHAM CHAM Hot Pepper […]

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Mama Saga’s Lemony Groundnut Soup

  If ever asked what my comfort food is I will tell you I have two – a bowl of mashed potato and groundnut soup.  Not together but that could work if you fancy it…Both are so creamy, warming and bring major comfort to me, especially during the winter months.

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Mama Saga’s Smoked Chicken Stew

Stew is usually served on a Sunday in Sierra Leonean households and commonly with jollof rice. There’s an ongoing joke amongst many West African countries, (and tribes within these countries) such as Ghana, Nigeria and Liberia, believing their own stew and jollof rice is better and sweeter than the other. Of course, I have be loyal […]

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Oxtail and Cassava Croquettes with Mama Saga’s Gravy

In Salone (krio for Sierra Leone) and Liberia, when you refer to gravy, you are referring to a sweet, slightly smoky, slowly cooked stew of onions and tomatoes. It doesn’t sound like much but the amount of love that goes into making a stew is the same amount that goes into making a gravy for […]

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