Traditional cuisine in Africa
Power in Africa characterized in thatAfrican food is colorful, diverse and exotic. Despite this, it is not as extreme as some people, but gourmets and lovers of exotic perfectly can enjoy African dishes of crocodile meat, ostrich, hippopotamus, porcupine, insects and their larvae.
Food in Africa
The diet consists of Africans:
- fruits and vegetables;
- dairy products (villagers eat cottage cheese, milk, whey).
Africa - a continent, so Africankitchen is very diverse: tasting Moroccan cuisine, you can enjoy meals with sweet and delicate spicy aromas. And lovers of hot and spicy dishes will surely enjoy Tunisian, Libyan, Algerian cuisine.
If you're in Nigeria, or the coastal areas of East Africa, be sure to try the fish marinated in ginger and peppers and tomatoes cooked in peanut oil.
If you visit Ethiopia, you will have the opportunity to try fiery sharp Berber sauce (it is served to many dishes) and milled raw beef seasoned with various spices.
East African cuisine will please fans of meat and fish dishes, so it's worth a try dishes of chicken, lamb and beef.
Having traveled to South Africa, youYou will be able to get acquainted with the cuisine, which is a mixture of different cuisines: here you can taste South African lobster, fish and cold cuts, which is based on part of the African game.
To have a clear idea of the African cuisine, worth a try classic dishes of the cuisine - couscous with lamb and vegetables and pomegranate sorbet.
Drinks in Africa
In Africa, you will be able to drink the elixir of youth and beauty - Rooibos tea: it has a spicy-sweet flavor with a woody-nutty aroma (this tea has healing and anti-aging effect).
In South Africa you can taste coffee, white and red wine, tangerine liqueur, honey wine.
Gastronomic tour in Africa
If desired, you can go on a gastronomic tour in Cape Town (South Africa) - here you will be able to visit the ostrich farm, where a barbecue for you.
Local restaurants and cocktail bars you can be treated with good food - carpaccio of Norwegian salmon, marble parfait, smoked ostrich meat, raspberry creme brulee, as well as wine.
And having gone to the ethnographic village Lesedi(It is 40 km from Johannesburg), you will not only get acquainted with the life of African tribes and visit their villages, but also take part in the colorful traditional dances and taste local specialties.
Journey to Africa will give you an unforgettable dining experience!