Alloco
Alloco
Fried plantain. Alloco is considered a type of fast food and is sold in the streets of Ivory Coast. Vegano Sin Gluten

Fataya vegetables
Fataya vegetables
Typical Senegalese pie filled with vegetables with a spicy touch in the sauce. Used as a starter in family celebrations or as a snack in any street food stall. Vegano

Fataya tuna
Fataya tuna
Typical Senegalese pie filled with tuna with a spicy touch in the sauce. Used as a starter in family celebrations or as a snack in any street food stall.   Productos con pescado

Yucca sticks
Yucca sticks
Crunchy fried cassava with cashew nut sauce. Producto Sin Gluten Producto Vegano Productos con frutos secos

Akara
Akara
Salted carilla bean fritters with red sauce. This snack comes from the Yoruba culture, Nigeria. Thanks to its flavor and popularity, it can now be found throughout northwest Africa and also in Brazil. The person who is a good lover of akara, dares with the spicy (wolof proverb). Vegano Sin Gluten

Ndambe
Ndambe
Carilla bean stew with vegetables. Preparation of the ndambe for the TV3 program Planta Baixa: https://twitter.com/plantabaixatv3/status/1389168743624884228 Vegano

Thiebou yap
Thiebou yap
Typical rice with meat from Senegal.

Athiekke with fish
Athiekke with fish
Similar to couscous, it is granulated and fermented cassava pulp. The best known dish of Ivory Coast cuisine, but also consumed in Togo, Benin and Burkina Faso, used as a garnish for meat and fish. Productos sin gluten Producto con pescado  

Mafe vegetables
Mafe vegetables
Peanut cream sauce and white rice with vegetables. Mythical traditional stew based on peanut sauce served over rice or couscous. Originating from the Mandinka empire, it spread particularly in Senegal and Gambia during the colonial era, when peanut production increased.   Producto Sin Gluten Producto Vegano Productos con frutos de cascara Productos con frutos secos

Mafe beef
Mafe beef
Peanut cream sauce and white rice with beef. Mythical traditional stew based on peanut sauce served over rice or couscous. Originating from the Mandinka empire, it spread particularly in Senegal and Gambia during the colonial era, when peanut production increased.   Producto Sin Gluten Productos con frutos de cascara Productos con frutos secos

Taboulé of fonio with mango
Taboulé of fonio with mango
Fonio cereal accompanied by chopped vegetables with a touch of mango.   Vegano Sin Gluten

Ngalakh
Ngalakh
Traditional dessert made with millet, peanut paste and baobab fruit. It is very typical to see it during Easter in Senegal, as Christians, as a sign of gratitude and hospitality, distribute it to Muslims. Vegano Productos con frutos de cascara

Thiakry
Thiakry
Ideal for breakfast or desserts. Thiakry in Senegal or -degue- in other West African countries is made from millet couscous and yogurt. Millet is a cereal rich in energy and suitable for people with celiac disease as it does not contain gluten.   Producto Lacteo Producto con fruto de cascara

Ginger
Ginger
Homemade ginger juice made by liquefying the plant. It has a spicy taste and, apart from its beneficial properties for the digestive and immune system, it is considered an aphrodisiac drink.

Sitó
Sitó
Homemade drink made from the pulp of the Baobab fruit. It is the fruit of the largest and most emblematic tree in Africa. Under its yoke, Africans used to meet to discuss political issues, transmit values, ancestral knowledge and other social activities. It has a sweet and slightly acid taste with a very characteristic texture. It is considered a superfood because of its high vitamin C content, among other nutrients.  

Bissap
Bissap
Cold infusion of hibiscus flower with mint. From the hibiscus, precious and ancestral African flower, we can obtain  a homemade soft drink, an ice cream or a hot infusion. A truly indispensable drink in Senegalese gastronomy.