Ndizi Ya Na Nyama
Ndizi Ya Na Nyama is a tasty stew made from beef,
coconut milk, tomatoes, and unripe banana or plantaines.
A plantaines is similar to a banana but must be cooked
before it is eaten. Bananas are widely grown in
Tanzania and are often used in cooking.
Samaki wa Kupaka
Also known as grilled fish .This tasty fish recipe is
best if it's done on a charcoal grill, but it's quite
good if done in the oven boiler.It is best eaten when
Mchuzi wa Samaki
Also known as fish curry,which is one of many traditional
Swahili fish dishes from Zanzibar island.What you will
be needing is four pounds of firm-fleshed fish,as well
as other ingrediants such as tomatoes,green pepper and
others. You can also make Mchuzi wa Kamba
(Shrimp Curry) by substituting an equal weight of shrimp,
however the shrimp do not need to be fried, broiled,
or grilled first.
This ethnic food is from Western Africa.This isn't hard
to make, but it takes a while,it is a great meal for
a special occasion or a dinner party.The special ingrediants
that you will need is one whole fish,yucca, cassave
tuber,yam,uncooked rice and other ingrediants.
Coconut Bean Soup
In Tanzania, as in other African countries, soups and
sauces are served in a consistency that is as thick
as stews. Coconut Bean Soup would be used there as a
meatless main dish by increasing the quantities of beans
Any dried beans such as black-eyed peas or pea beans
can be used in this soup. Coconut milk and the delicate
use of curry give the soup its unusual flavor.
Duckling Dar Es Salam
Duckling is a great delicacy in Tanzania and is usually
served when there are special guests. The same recipe
is used for other meats and is particularly good with
veal and chicken. Accompaniments are cooked bananas,
rice, potatoes, cassava and Ugali made
with white cornmeal.