The cuisine of Rwanda - Africa

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The foods of Rwanda

Rwandan diets are made up of meals that are simple using local ingredients. Sweet potatoes, corn, beans, cassava, pumpkins, yam, fruit and millet are the common foods that make up most diets eaten by Rwandans.
Brochettes
Grilled meat or fish on a stick, is one of the most consumed dishes in Rwanda. Brochettes can be found at pretty much every restaurant. Ubunyobwa A thick and spiced peanut sauce served at lunch buffets around Rwanda, ubunyobwa is a delicious and creamy addition to the often starchy lunch options. The tastiest ubunyobwa is best eaten alongside a sizzling plate of chapati, a flatbread served around East Africa. Big Fish
Big Fish, a classic Rwandan dish found most frequently in Kigali. It’s a giant tilapia, large enough to feed three people, grilled and stuffed with onions and various spices, and served alongside grilled potatoes. Urwagwa
Made from fermented banana juice and sorghum flour, Urwagwa is a beer that is home-brewed in pretty much every rural Rwandan town
The types of Cuisines in Rwanda are influenced by:
The regional cuisine Appetizer recipes coming soon
Main recipes coming soon
Side dishes recipes coming soon
Dessert recipes coming soon
African - See the recipes Appetizer recipes coming soon

Main recipes

Chicken salad Moroccan spiced chicken breasts Moroccan spiced chickpea soup Skillet chicken and rice

Side dishes recipes

Ethiopian injera Dessert recipes coming soon

Cooking in Rwanda