"Ndolé traditionally uses morogo, a wild African spinach, and this dish has its variations from southern to western Africa," says Welgemoed. "A good example can be found at Melbourne's Belle's Hot Chicken - ask for a serve of Almost Arnold's Beans."
Note Ham hock bones may need to be ordered from the butcher. Kapenta, an African version of ikan bilis, are dried Lake Tanganyika sardines and an important staple, providing refrigeration-free protein to people of Africa. Kapenta is available from selected African food stores, or substitute ikan bilis, available from Asian food stores. Biryani spice mix is available online from herbies.com.au.
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