Thiébou guerté


Thiébou guerté

Fish and rice

Thiébou guerté is a dish that is made with rice and fish. The rice is cooked with tomato paste and a variety of spices such as garlic, ginger, and chili peppers. The fish is then added to the rice and cooked until it is tender. The dish is then served with a variety of side dishes such as vegetables and hot sauce. Thiébou guerté is a spicy and flavorful dish that is perfect for those who are looking for a unique and flavorful meal.

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Origins and history

Thiébou guerté is a traditional Senegalese dish that has been around for centuries. It is believed to have originated from the coastal regions of Senegal. The dish is often served during special occasions such as weddings and festivals.

Dietary considerations

Gluten-free, dairy-free


There are many variations of thiébou guerté that can be found throughout Senegal. Some variations include the addition of meat such as chicken or beef. Some versions of the dish also include the addition of vegetables such as eggplant or okra.

Presentation and garnishing

Thiébou guerté is traditionally served on a platter and garnished with sliced cucumbers and tomatoes. The dish can also be garnished with chopped cilantro or parsley for added flavor.

Tips & Tricks

To make the dish even more flavorful, use homemade tomato paste instead of store-bought paste.


Vegetables and hot sauce

Drink pairings

Bissap or ginger juice