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 – 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 – 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.

Tanzanian – Tanzanian Rice Pancakes (Vitumbua)

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Being originates from coastal areas of Tanzania, Vitumbua now are widely cooked all over the country.

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 – 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.

Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa – African Chicken Vegetable

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In most parts of Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa this kind of vegetable is a favor choice to many consumers.

Tanzania – Millet Stiff Porridge

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It is true that millet is used in various baking processed products like cakes, yet it may Let us have a time making stiff porridge from millet flour.

Tanzania – Pilau of Rice-Beans Mix

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This food is famous in nothern parts of Tanzania with Chagga tribe taking the lead followed by Pare tribe. It includes rice and beans as the main ingredients, various kinds of recipes like Cardamon, Garlic, Cirnamon and so many others, that do have thousands of functions in our bodies.

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.