What is the best African dish?

Which country has the best food in Africa?

Ethiopia. Africa’s oldest independent country offers the best of both worlds: an ancient cultural heritage and a unique, delicious cuisine consisting of vegetables, spicy meat, and varieties of bread.

What do Africans like eating?

Africa is home to leafy greens, root vegetables, mashed tubers and beans, and many different plant crops across its lands. In Central and Western Africa, traditional meals were often based on hearty vegetable soups and stews, full of spices and aromas, poured over boiled and mashed tubers or grains.

What do the poor eat in Africa?

Central African Republic

The base of most meals is usually millet or sorghum, and vegetables and spices such as garlic, onions, chiles, okra and peanuts are gradationally used to add flavor. Specialties include palm butter soup, futu – pounded cassava – and foutou – pounded plantains.

Is African food spicy?

African spices vary with the region, and many African foods are salty and heavily spiced. Hot peppers and chilies are also quite common in African food. Although not native to Africa, cumin, cinnamon, sesame seeds, curry and coriander are widely used, as are ginger and garlic.

Which country in Africa has the best musicians?

That being said, the country with the best musicians in the African continent is Nigeria with the biggest music industry and top international artistes.

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Which city is the cleanest city in Africa?

1- Kigali, Rwanda

Kigali is the cleanest city in Africa for good reasons. All residents are passionate to keep their city clean.

What is a typical lunch in South Africa?

Lunch is typically a quarter loaf of bread accompanied by a combination of leafy vegetables known as morogo, or African spinach. Dinner is once again mieliepap with morogo and a cheap cut of meat, or poultry (chicken feet is a popular choice – or even mopani worms). Rice is typically considered an occasional luxury.

Who is the most famous South African?

The list

  • Nelson Mandela. (1918–2013) first president of post-Apartheid South Africa and joint Nobel Peace Prize winner.
  • Christiaan Barnard. (1922–2001) …
  • F. W. de Klerk. (1936–) …
  • Mahatma Gandhi. (1869–1948) …
  • Nkosi Johnson. (1989–2001) …
  • Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. (1936–2018) …
  • Thabo Mbeki. (1942–) …
  • Gary Player. (1935–)
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