African American Soul Food Recipes



With so many African American soul food recipes to choose from, what's your favorite? There's fried chicken, collard greens, macaroni and cheese, and banana pudding.  

Some folks prefer eating chitterlings, with white rice, corn bread and black eyed peas.  

While still other people, like to eat smothered pork chops, cabbage, and lima beans.  Oh don't forget pigs feet, pinto beans and rice with corn bread.

Or maybe you like to get out on the grill and barbecue yourself some chicken and ribs to eat with your side dish of baked beans and potato salad? You can easily see there is enough soul food to go around.

Be sure to finish off you meal with a cold drink.  You could wash your meal down with some iced tea or freshly squeezed lemonade or orange juice.

As for me, what do I like to eat?  I like them all. I don't have just one favorite. I like to say I enjoy them all.  

There are some awesome African American cooks all around the country who love to get in the kitchen and whip up delicious meals.  Are you one of these cooks?  If so, look below for a few African American recipe favorites.  

You don't have to try them all in one weekend.  We recommend that you pass yourself.  At least give yourself a month or two to work you way through the list of African American soul food recipes you see below.

Drink and Southern Beverage

==> More beverage recipes

Bread, Rolls, and Biscuits

==> More rolls and biscuits

Soups and Chili

==> More savory homemade soups

Sides

==> More side dishes

Desserts

==> More Soul Food Desserts

Meats

==> More meats

Vegetables

==> More vegetable recipes

Beans

==> More Beans and Legumes

That should be enough African American soul food recipes to keep you busy in the kitchen for a little while.  Be sure visit us again because we add new southern cooking recipes all the time.

Also don't forget to join the African American Cookbook Club.

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