Cuisine of Mozambique

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The cuisine of Mozambique has deeply been influenced by the Portuguese, who introduced new crops, flavorings, and cooking methods.[1] The staple food for many Mozambicans is ncima, a thick porridge made from maize/corn flour. Cassava and rice are also eaten as staple carbohydrates. All of these are served with sauces of vegetables, meat, beans or fish.[2] Other typical ingredients include cashew nuts, onions, bay leaves, garlic, coriander, paprika, pepper, red pepper, sugar cane, corn, millet, sorghum and potatoes.

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  1. ^ Batvina, Iryna. "National cuisine of Mozambique". www.best-country.com. Retrieved 2016-08-19. 
  2. ^ "Food & Daily life". Retrieved 2016-08-19. 

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