Signature Dish

Shrimp and Crabs — Cooked the Gambian Way!

Seth Tillman visits Mansa Kunda in Takoma Park, where Chef Hatib Joof demonstrates how to cook Ebbeh, a Gambian food. Ebbeh is a unique seafood dish that has its roots in the Gambia, West Africa and features shrimp, crabs and crab meat. Hatib uses yucca to thicken the broth, and flavors it with smoked catfish, habanero peppers, tamarin, lemon juice, and his secret ingredient: palm oil.

Shrimp and Crabs — Cooked the Gambian Way!

7m 18s

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