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Mchemsho (Trouper) Stew 

Mchemsho, or translated to trouper, is one of the special dishes served in Northern Tanzania. However, despite its deliciousness, it is not eaten on a daily basis due to the many ingredients needed that make it quite expensive when compared to other local meals. Ingredients include carrots, potatoes, green beans, eggplant, cabbage, onions, bananas, tomatoes, ladies finger, sweet pepper and spices. During preparation, one can choose to mix vegetables with meat or fish.

This dish is like a stew  Peas , Bananas , Okra , Carrots  , Wild Tomatoes , Potatoes  and meat of your choice 
its Cooked slowly 

 

NdiziNyama (Meat and Bananas Stew) 

Nyama, or green banana with meat or fish, is another delicious Tanzanian food. It is a stew of onions, bananas 
the meat that is used in this dish is Mutton, Beef or Chicken 

 

Supu ya Ndizi (Mtori) (Banana Soup) 

Plantain soup, locally known as Mtori is a traditional Tanzanian dish made by pounding plantains to paste, then cooked in chicken stock. It is usually served in soup bowls and seasoned with pepper and salt.
This dish is usually a breakfast dish that is served with chapattis on the side  

Wali na Maharage( Rice and Beans) 

Walinamaharage, translated to rice and beans, is a Tanzanian dish eaten with fish, vegetables or meat. Often, the rice is cooked with coconut milk or oil. The meal is based on typical flavors of east Africa, but can be easily adapted to use the products found in the cook’s area. In addition, it can be flavored with spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cumin seeds, pepper or cloves.