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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 – Vibambara Stew

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Tanzania is a country located in the eastern part of African continent. Tribes dealing with fishing activities are found near the lakes, rivers and oceans. Most people prepares Vibambara. Vibambara are sliced fish to make nealy equal two parts, smoke them to dry and store for a longer period of time..

Tanzania – Hehe Dog Soup

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Hehe is among the famous tribe in the country, its famous goes with the history of chief Mtwa Mkwawa who fought intensively with the German colonial soldiers, hence won many fights. There was a secret meal that were given to him and his soldiers, today's cuisine.

Tanzania – Wild Meat Roast

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In Tanzania there are more than 120 tribes, but today we will focus to Sukuma tribe, one of the most dispersed tribe in the country. Sukuma people are well known as Agricultural tribe at large and will always consume natural foods, wild meat being among of it.

Tanzania – Pawpaw Chicken Roast

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Tanzania is a country located in the eastern Africa, a famous country with Tanzanite minerals. Pawpaw are another fruits grown in the country mostly at home level.

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.

Zanzibar, Tanzania – Mtuzi wa Samaki

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Most origins of cuisines came about as a result of the movement of people from one locality to the other and from one continent to the next. This cuisine, Mtuzi wa Samaki originates from the small island of Zanzibar.

Tanzania – Chips Mayai

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Chips Mayai is a very popular dish in Tanzania. This is a very common dish in Tanzania and other parts of Africa like Cameroon. In Cameroon, this is a very popular dish and it could be seen made on the streets every day for breakfast. But in Tanzania and other African countries like Cameroon, they add more value to it.

Tanzania – Red Rice (Tomato Rice)

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Red rice in Tanzania is among the best loved dishes, as it tests ones well cooking strategy. There is a say, "one rice piece, a thousand cooking styles". The cuisine resembles to Jollof rice from Nigeria but this one is quite different, once you take it, you won't regret it.

Tanzania – Furu Roast

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Furu is a name for short small fish normally found in lakes, specifically lake Tanganyika and Victotia in Tanzania.