Sopa de feijão, literally means “Beans soup”, is a delicious and nutritious dish, usually made with beans, onion, tomato and short pasta. It is a local example of a traditional Portuguese soup, very well known in the Brazil, Angola and Mozambique. Portugal has a strong tradition in preparing and enjoying soups.
What maize beer in referred to in Southern part of Africa is “Maheu” usually. This is a common alcoholic drink which is thick, creamy and slightly gritty with a naturally sour taste. Here I post cassava-based Maheu.
Prawn or Shrimp, both of them called Camarão (pron: Camaron) in Portuguese language, is the big export item from Mozambique to the world. Grilled flesh shrimp is a very popular dish in Mozambique. Visit Mozambique if you have always been a fan of prawn/shrimp.