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Mafé (or Tiga Dégué) is one of the best-known traditional dishes on the African continent, and is eaten throughout sub-Saharan Africa: Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Benin, Congo, Burkina Faso and Nigeria. Originally from Mali (the first consumers were the Mandingo and Bambara peoples).
It is a peanut paste-based sauce simmered for a long time, sometimes with a few vegetables. Thanks to this ready-to-use packaging, West Africa is just a spoonful away.
Recommendation: brown pieces of meat, chicken or fish in a pan, then pour over the sauce and heat for a few minutes.
Enjoy this delicious sauce with rice, fonio, couscous or attieke.
Yassa sauce is a delicious authentic Senegalese sauce that can be accompanied by meat marinated in lemon then fried or braised, chicken or fish and rice.