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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.

Tanzania – Papaya Roast

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Tanzania is a blessed country as it has a lot to give and express. Apart from it's delicious juice, have you ever wondered that unripe pawpaw may produce a wonderful vegetable taste! Sure it can. Kerewe people originating from Ukerewe Islands have the methods for this.

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 – 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.

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.
Matembele ready roast

Tanzania – Matembele

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Matembele are green leaves, mostly like potato leaves but with narrow shape and a red color at its steam. They have been named as bloody grass because it’s a major role they play into our bodies, to support blood production within.