Crab and Prawn Cakes
Spiced Crab and Prawn Tikki
Food from around the world is one of my favourite topics and I am so excited to be working with WaterAid to bring you a selection of dishes from their field officers based across the globe.
WaterAid works in some of the poorest countries to help people unlock their potential with clean water by getting the Government and businesses to work together. They put water, hygiene and sanitation at the top of the agenda to create lasting change and the incredible work the field officers do is vital.
First up, we have the AMAZING Ernest who lives in Madagascar. He has shared one of his family favourite dishes with me so I can share it with you.
In Madagascar, the main or Malagasy everyday food is rice and laoka is the side dish served with it. In this case the centre piece in the coconut and vanilla rice and the side dish is the prawn curry. Unlike an Indian curry it doesnt have any chilli in it but it is traditional to serve these dishes with Sakay which is a hot and fiery condiment to mix into the dish. It is simply beautiful so give it a go and let me know what you think below.
To find out more about the work that is going on with WaterAid in Madagascar take a look here.
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||9|
|of which sugars (g)||12|