Learn the Fine art of cooking with a local family while be introduced to a range of dishes that are the favorites of the local. This tour is about 2 to 3 hrs it depends on the number of visitors for big number of visitors it may takes more than 3 hours .
After all, eating foreign food can be an intimidating prospect. However, it can also be exciting and eye-opening. Traveling is about embracing new ideas and stepping out of your comfort zone, and trying the local cuisine plays a huge role in the experience.
Chapati (Fried Flatbread)
Chapatti originated in India but Tanzanians have created their own version. It is one of the most commonly consumed foods among locals as it can be eaten at any time of the day. This unleavened pan-grill bread goes well with tea and coffee, as well as soup, stew and vegetables.
Ndizi Kaanga (Fried Bananas or Plantains)
Plantains grow in abundance in Tanzania, and Ndizi kaanga, meaning fried plantain, is a very popular Tanzanian snack. It can be enjoyed sweet as a snack or even as a side dish with a meal.
Nyama Choma (Grilled Meat)
Nyama Choma can be goat, chicken or even fish, that has been slow roasted to perfection and is served with lemon wedges and a chilli sauce called pili pili. This is a firm favorite with locals.
During the lesson We provided Traditional dances are lots of fun and the music is guaranteed to soothe your mind and body.