Chapati ma beida

South Sudan food
“ma beida” is arabic word which literally means “with egg”. Chapati is popular thin flat unleavened bread in eastern Africa. This is a dish made by rolling lightly cooked egg (like omelet) with Chapati.

Ful

South Sudan food
Ful is most associated with Egypt and Sudan, which consider it their national dish. This dish is composed of boiled fava beans and oil on which we can add tomatoes, onions and cheese. Salt, chilli and lemon are served as table condiments.

Karkade (كركديه)

South Sudan food
Karkade (كركديه), Western Africans refer to this as Bissap, is red roselle(hibiscus) blossoms produce a delightfully refreshing tea because it contains organic acids, including citric acid. It is prepared by boiling dried sepals of the flower then adding sugar.