“Ndizi” is the Swahili word for bananas/plantains. The greenest unripe and starchy bananas are used for various cooking as it is a bit like potatoes.
“ringa ringa”, it’s so sweet! It is potate leaves’ stew and contains a little peanut(grained), tomato, salt and oil.
I recognize it as most delicious food in Brundi. This is a fresh fish in Tanganica lake and simmered in tomato, salt and oil. They don't turn in pan. They make most attencion not to scrach. Fishes are fine and so delicious. Some restaurant use dried fish but I prefer fresh one.
“ringa ringa”, it's so sweet! It is potate leaves' stew and contains a little peanut(grained), tomato, salt and oil.
This is the staple from cassava root powder. It is common as neighbor Congo, however, it is different from Tanzania's one(from maiz meal).
Boiled beans with palm oil. Because of no salty, someone who like solty must put salt before eating. Palm oil has curious flavor, it is so.
It is wide common meat and tomato stew and eaten with Bugali, Ndizi, Wali staple.