Traditional Tanzanian Cooking Class With A Local Family In Moshi

10 Hours

Experience a day with locals and enjoy dinner while learning how to cook their local recipe , enjoying a day of local homestay, a local home day activities is what we’ll look at this trip

    Overview

    Let’s view Tanzania Team we oganised tours at Moshi live in a simple, modest home in a small village in Moshi. We recommend starting your tour in Tanzania with experience in  village of traditional mud houses. This will give you a better sense of the local food, culture, and way of life. You will enjoy your meal outside on small benches with the entire family.

    Ugali (a traditional cornmeal cake) is usually eaten communal style, with each person picking off from the main cake with their hand, rolling it into a softball, and then using it as a spoon to scoop up vegetables or stew.

    A few other dishes that you may try are local fruits (mango, avocado), uji (a local porridge made from a mix of millet, corn, peanuts, and wheat, served hot in a teacup with a pinch of sugar), mtori (beef and green banana stew) and rice with spiced beans. Some of these dishes are cooked in coconut milk and simmered over a wood fire, giving it a very distinct and delicious flavor! After your meal, you will be served kashata and kawaha (Tanzanian peanut brittle and coffee).

    This ritual of eating a small piece of peanut brittle and drinking a small cup of coffee usually takes place in town as the men are leaving their shops to go home.

    You will end your experience by sharing  local village brew that is enjoyed sitting in a mud hut with friends and family.

      Highlights Traditional Tanzanian Cooking at Moshi

      • Enjoy your meal outside on small benches with the entire family
      • Visit a small market, where you will be introduced to locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs
      • Stop at some of their favorite vendor shops to buy ingredients for your cooking class
      • Meeting Location : This experience takes place at the host's private home in Moshi.

      Itinerary

      Meal Description:
      Let’s view Tanzania we oganised tours at Moshi live in a simple, modest home in a small village in Moshi. We recommend starting your tour in Tanzania with experience in local village of traditional mud houses. This will give you a better sense of the local food, culture, and way of life. You will enjoy your meal outside on small benches with the entire family. Ugali (a traditional cornmeal cake) is usually eaten communal style, with each person picking off from the main cake with their hand, rolling it into a softball, and then using it as a spoon to scoop up vegetables or stew. A few other dishes that you may try are local fruits (mango, avocado), uji (a local porridge made from a mix of millet, corn, peanuts, and wheat, served hot in a teacup with a pinch of sugar), mtori (beef and green banana stew) and rice with spiced beans. Some of these dishes are cooked in coconut milk and simmered over a wood fire, giving it a very distinct and delicious flavor! After your meal, you will be served kashata and kawaha (Tanzanian peanut brittle and coffee). This ritual of eating a small piece of peanut brittle and drinking a small cup of coffee usually takes place in town as the men are leaving their shops to go home. You will end your experience by sharing local village brew that is enjoyed sitting in a mud hut with friends and family.

      Cooking Description:
      In your one-hour hands-on cooking class, help Let’s view Tanzania to prepare fresh coconut milk using a traditional tool called 'buzi', it is a small wooden seat with a sharp grinder at the end that is used to shave the coconut meat. The coconut milk is used to prepare the vegetables and stew dishes. Then learn to make ugali, a traditional cornmeal dish that is served with sauteed vegetables. Shida loves cooking this for her family. Making Ugali is an art, and is simple but labor-intensive, a real treat to learn!

      Market Tour Description:
      Let’s view Tanzania will take you to a small market, where you will be introduced to locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Learn more about the ingredients on sale and how it is used in the traditional cooking process, while you walk around the market area with your hosts. Stop at some of their favorite vendor shops to buy ingredients for your cooking class. Then walk back or take a tuk-tuk from the market to Let’s view Tanzania home or Camp, which is about 20 minutes away.

      Food

      • This is just a sample menu to give you an idea of the types of dishes the host cooks. Your menu will vary according to seasonal availability.
      • Appetizer - Uji with tamarind and black pepper or Fried bananas and cassava with pili pili (hot) sauce
      • Dish - Ugali with beef stew or vegetable soup or Mtori (banana stew)
      • Fresh fruit
      • Dessert - Kahawa and Kashata (coffee and peanut brittle)
      • Drink - Local brew (made from fermented bananas and grains...if you're a Kombucha fan, you'll love it!)
      • Hotel pick up and drop-off
      • Tour guide fees
      • Entrance fees
      • Local transport fees
      • Gratuities
      • Personal expenses
      • Alcoholic drinks
      • Extra activity

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      Traditional Tanzanian Cooking Class With A Local Family In Moshi
      33% Off
      From $150 $100
      / Adult
      From $40 $35
      / Child

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