Afra is a Gambian cooking term which signifies "barbecued food". Afra is Gambia's version of barbecue made usually of barbacued lamb seasoned with chopped onions, chili powder, chili powder, salt and food seasonings (like maggi cubes). Afra can also be made with chicken, goat or fish. The dish can be described as being similar to a barbecue.

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