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Sample Tanzanian cuisine

Food & DrinkTanzania
Tanzania's cuisine shows influences from not just Africa, but India, Oman, and other countries further afield. Learn more by taking a Swahili cooking course. Local cooks might teach you how to make ugali, one of Tanzania's typical staple foods. This maize-flour porridge is made using corn, cassava, or millet flour, and is served with sauce-based dishes. If you'd rather stay out of the kitchen, settle in for meal at a traditional Swahili restaurant and let yourself be swept away by the delicately spiced flavors of pilau rice, another Tanzanian specialty. You can spice up your trip, literally an...

Tanzania's cuisine shows influences from not just Africa, but India, Oman, and other countries further afield. Learn more by taking a Swahili cooking course. Local cooks might teach you how to make ugali, one of Tanzania's typical staple foods. This maize-flour porridge is made using corn, cassava, or millet flour, and is served with sauce-based dishes.

If you'd rather stay out of the kitchen, settle in for meal at a traditional Swahili restaurant and let yourself be swept away by the delicately spiced flavors of pilau rice, another Tanzanian specialty.

You can spice up your trip, literally and figuratively, with a visit to Zanzibar, also known as "Spice Island". Spend a few hours wandering through spice plantations and you'll come across aromas of lemongrass, cloves, peppermint, and more.

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