Loaded Baked Potato Dip, Chicken Tagine, Sparkling Watermelon Sangria, Ethiopian Butter, and African Peanut Stew

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We brought you a small taste of Africa this week in our new recipes, with beef and peanut stew, braised kale with tomatoes, and a bright Moroccan tagine of chicken, apricots, and chickpeas. There was a tempting South African sandwich, too, and a tutorial on how to cook lentils on the stovetop. Watermelon was an inspiration this week as well, with a watermelon-feta salad and sparkling watermelon sangria for backyard parties this weekend. And to cap it all off: the right dish for your first tailgate of the year: Loaded baked potato dip with homemade chips!

Loaded Baked Potato Dip with Homemade Chips
Sparkling Watermelon Sangria
Chicken Tagine with Apricots, Almonds & Chickpeas
How To Cook Lentils on the Stovetop
Ethiopian Spiced Clarified Butter (Niter Kibbeh)
African Beef and Peanut Stew
South African Cheese, Grilled Onion & Tomato Panini (Braaibroodjie)
Sukuma Wiki (African Braised Kale with Tomatoes)
Watermelon Salad with Feta and Mint

Previous Week's New Recipes: Penne alla Vodka, Perfect Pesto, Broiled Zucchini, Sweet Corn Soup, Norwegian Lefse Flatbread, The Gold Rush & More

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