The Malagasy cuisines are influenced by French, Indian, African and Arabic cultures. They don't resemble the staple food of other african regions,instead we can observe large portions of rice, garlic, onion, curry powder, lime juice and local vegetables..
Lasary is a dish made of julian cut cabbage, carrots, green beans and onions with mild vinaigrette. It is an accompaniment to the main dish from the Highlands.
They are eels that are smoked first and stuffed with onions, apples, mushrooms and pitted olives. It can be given a twist with vinegar, red wine and lettuce.
It is the favourite snack of Malagasy people, particularly in the capital city Antananarivo. It is made with flour, eggs, salt, chilli powder and roast peanuts with a tinch of sugar with a little yeast. The dough is kneaded and rolled to a thin layer and cut into thin strips then fried till golden brown.
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It is a traditional madagascar dish that is served during the Merina royal festival as a part of the elaborate feast. It is a dish that is made with Bambara groundnuts cooked along with chopped pork and served with rice.
It is a dish that is made from mashing the bananas and combined with peanuts and honey and finally wrapped with banana leaves and boiled perfectly. Though it looks like tuna fish, it is actually a dessert that can be found right from the streets to the luxurious restaurants.
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It is one of the popular meals of the Malagasy cuisine that is made with coconut milk, tomatoes, chicken, garlic, ginger and ground pepper resembling a thai dish.