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Discovering Malagasy Diverse Street Food

Written by Rakotomalala On 9 February 2014 @ 15:59 pm | No Comments

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Koba, a snack from Madagascar, made from peanuts, brown sugar and rice flour - Public Domain [1]

Koba, a snack from Madagascar, made from peanuts, brown sugar and rice flour – Public Domain

Malagasy cuisine [2] is a mix of its many diverse influences from Asian, African and European migrants that have settled in the Island. It makes for a rich culinary experience, as seen from its multitude of snacks and street foods. Hanta Ramanatsoa highlights some of those on her facebook page, la cuisine de Madagascar [3] (Malagasy Cuisine). Here is a sample of the street foods and snacks [4] photos shared on her page [mg]:

 

Post [5] by Diego suarez [6].

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[1] Image: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kobandravina_dessert_snack_food_Antananarivo_Madagascar.jpg

[2] Malagasy cuisine: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malagasy_cuisine

[3] cuisine de Madagascar: https://www.facebook.com/pages/La-cuisine-de-Madagascar/177590709385

[4] street foods and snacks: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=446089118846128&set=a.298726773582364.72538.297857110335997&type=1&theater

[5] Post: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=446089118846128&set=a.298726773582364.72538.297857110335997&type=1

[6] Diego suarez: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Diego-suarez/297857110335997

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