Join Tribal Tastes for a West African Foodie Experience at the African Festival Melbourne. Come and Dine with the Chief and enjoy authentic and contemporary African cuisine that only Tribal Tastes can deliver.
African festival Melbourne is cultural event debuting at the Queen Victoria Market and is planned to be an annual event. Come along and experience African culture through its food, flavours, arts and crafts and entertainment. There will be lots of activities for kids and entertainment only like the Africans can deliver. You will be humming, swaying and dancing to the beat of the drum.
Sunday 22nd September 2019, 10-4pm at Queen Victoria Market on Queen Street.
Forget socks and jocks this year, Tribal Tastes treats are sure to impress and thoroughly Spoil Him this Father's Day. South African Specialties such as scotch fillet beef biltong in chilli or traditional is sheer luxury. For something earthy and smoky, Kilishi is a sure hit of flavour and the perfect accompaniment for a seriously warming spirit this Father's Day. Buy now from our Father's Day Collections or visit our shop at the Queen Victoria Market.
500g Fusilloni Pasta
200g Tribal Tastes African Candy ‘hot smoked’ salmon
1 tub Basil Pesto (Silvia’s Deli)
1 bunch chopped broccolini (inc stems)
1 punnet halved mini roma cherry tomatoes
Few basil leaves
50g lightly toasted pine nuts
Pinch Himalayan Salt
Boil plenty of salted water in a large pot. Once boiled, add pasta and gently stir. Put lid on and gently stir from time to time. Cook on medium to high heat until pasta is el dente. Turn off heat.
Add chopped broccolini to pasta pot for 30 seconds or so. Drain, as soon a broccolini is vibrant green. Run under cool tap water. Return to pot.
Stir through pesto, half of crumbled salmon & cherry tomatoes. Serve garnish with slices of salmon, toasted pine nuts and basil leaves. Finnish with a splash of balsamic vinegar.