Tanzania – Wali and Bamia Mix

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Tanzania is a lovely country with a lot of tastes to give, among them are cuisines. Wali and Bamia mix is mostly prepared by Haya, Nyamwezi and Sukuma people settling in the north and central Tanzania. Wali means rice and Bamia means Okras in Swahili, sometimes the terms are applicable even in mother tongues languages.

Tanzania – Pilau Rice

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Tanzania also has an attitude of preparing tasteful cuisines. Today I will be writing about rice. Rice is very common but it is valued by everyone. The rice used here to prepare Tanzanian Pilau rice is basmati rice.

Tanzania – Bilinganya Stew

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Tracing the origin of Bilinganya in Tanzania, was first introduced in Sukuma lands northern of the coutry. The plant was used as medicine to treat low blood tendency in the body traditionally.

Tanzania – Senene (Senator)

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Senene are small insects found mostly in northern part of Tanzania, in Kagera, Mara and Mwanza regions. They are also found in neighborhood countries which are Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.

Malawi, Tanzania – Malawi Stiff Porridge (Nsima)

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Since the African traditional wars around 18s-19s, Nsima has been used as the best food because it is believed to bring energy.

Tanzania – Spaghetti

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Welcome to this cuisine from Tanzania, it is so delicious and cooked without any artificial ingredients. I like natural prepared food as they maintain the quality of the minerals as either described from industry of farm.

Tanzania – Coconut Pumpkin

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Pumpkins with coconut have various preparing methods, but with Sukuma tribe from Tanzania the method may be more easier and simplified.

Tanzania – Cassava Kebab (Mbute)

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Kebab (Kababu) is normally made with a mixture of meat, but in Tanzania Cassava makes kebab as well.

Kilimanjaro, Tanzania – Tanzanian Stew Banana (Mtori)

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Mtori is originated from Kilimanjaro region in Tanzania. It was found as the main basic food for Chagga tribe, but later became famous in a whole country.