Though Rwanda is a small country, it has a lot to discover right from its landscape, wildlife, culture down to its cuisine. People in Rwanda are known to eat simple meals that do not have a lot of spices and they have a number of local unique foods that you don’t need miss out on your stay Rwanda and they include the following.
Ugali: This is a made of maize flour and hot boiled water mingled together commonly known as posho in English. This is a famous food in East Africa and the main eaten food eaten in schools and companies with a large number of workers.
Ibirayi: This is prepared by cutting sweet potatoes into two pieces, spicing them and then deep fried. Ibirayi is usually eaten with roasted meat.
Brochettes: This is another delicacy to enjoy in Rwanda as it is available in all restaurants both in villages and up markets. The meat can be goats’ meat, chicken, pork, fish according to your choice and it is commonly eaten with plantain, Ibirayi or French fries.
Igisafuliya: This is an interesting dish that is comprised of chicken, plantain and vegetables, very delicious on taste. Try it out in one of the restaurants and you will have a story to tell back home.
Isombe: This is mainly pounded cassava leaves with egg plants and spinach. It can be cooked with groundnuts, meat or chicken to make more tasty gravy.
Ibihaza: This cuisine is a combination of unpeeled pumpkins that are cut into pieces and boiled together with beans.
Other commonly eaten foods include sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, green bananas especially plantain that are locally grown in the country and these can be eaten with beans, ground nuts or meat.
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