Introducing Food Lover’s Market Namibia
If you are in Namibia and looking to buy fresh, local and organic fruits and vegetables, Food Lover’s Market Namibia is your place to go!
Eating healthy has never been easier than when you walk into a colourful Food Lover’s Market filled with everything that your heart desires.
Your friendly floor staff make sure that all the produce is lined up perfectly to offer you the best shopping experience, oh and of course, I don’t forget to always check your specials before shopping as you make sure to supply us with what’s in season at a lower price.
Food Lover’s Market is located in the 3 major cities in Namibia, starting with Windhoek. With 3 stores located around the capital city, your next Food Lover’s Market will never be far. If you are at the coast in Swakopmund or Walvis Bay don’t forget to pop in for some delicious seafood.
Namibia is a beautiful country filled with many different landscapes and sceneries. Although it is one of the driest countries in the world, local farmers make an effort to supply consumers with all the vegetables, fruits, meat and dairy products imaginable. With all the space available to meat and dairy farmers in Namibia, they are able to create one of the highest standards of sustainable and organic beef and game meat available around the world.
If you haven’t tried Namibian meat before,
it’s time to cook up a feast!
One of the most famous traditional recipes must definitely be Kapana. These flame-grilled meat stripes are served around markets in Namibia and even made it to some of the best restaurants in town due to their deliciousness.
Here is how you get a taste of Kapana at home:
You will need:
- 1 or 2 game or beef steak cuts
- 2 tablespoons fine chilli powder
- 2x tablespoon salt
For the salsa/sauce:
- 2 tomatoes, chopped finely
- 1 onion, chopped finely
- 1 chilli pepper (according to your heat preference), chopped finely
- 1 tablespoon oil
- 1/2 tablespoon vinegar
How to prepare it:
- Grill the meat over a wood-fired grill. (gas grill will also work) The meat should be quite well done to get the most authentic flavour but adjust to your liking as preferred.
- Next, cut the steak into small bite-size stripes. Serve with chilli pepper and salt for dipping in a small separate bowl.
- Combine the salsa/sauce ingredients and mix well. Add salt to taste.
- To eat grab a piece of meat and dip it into your chilli spice then get a good chunk of relish on top and experience a genuine bite of delicious Namibian flavours!