Tag Archive for: Tanzanian Cuisine

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 – Flying termites (Kumbikumbi) recipe (Insect Special)

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Flying termites are highly available around rainy seasons from February to April in East African countries, this is due to their fertility assurance to start new families as rainy bring about enough food harvest.

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.

Tanzanian – Fatoor (Futari)

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Futari is the famous term used in Tanzania to mean meal taken during Ramadhan period. The food is prepared most with Islamic women (in all parts of the country) and enjoyed by anyone.

Tanzania – Rice with Small Green Peas Mix

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This is another type of Mseto from Tanzania, Africa. This cuisine is delicious and nutritious to men as it is full of proteins and carbohydrates.

Tanzania – Liver Roast with Potatoes

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In northern parts of Tanzania, living are tribes known not only for crops cultivation, but also for animal realing. They support kind of animal keeping in large amount as a sign of wealthy.

Tanzania – Maize Stiff Porridge

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In Africa this kind of stiff porridge is the most cooked one, due to the fact and belief that it gives energy and build up strong man, so it has been taken as the food for man.

Tanzania – Cassava Leaves (Kisamuv)

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Ever wonder that Cassava leaves may give the best taste ever? Yeah! it's the matter of how to make it give that 'best taste ever!.'

Tanzania – Michembe, Sheet Potato Boiled Crisp

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From Sukuma and Nyamwezi tribes in the Lake and Western Zones of Tanzania, Michembe was their favorite food, but with the presence of rice and wheat products consumer's preferences to Michembe is now ceasing to exist.

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.