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What are the traditional foods of Sudan?
In the east, the most popular dish is the (Moukhbaza), which is made of banana paste
Baklava is a traditional food of Turkey.
Sudanese cuisine has been changing and evolving gradually, but most of the dishes remain simple and natural. The most common aliments are Wheat, Beef and sheep meat, tomatoes,… sesame seeds (Sudan is a great exporter of sesame) and rice. An important evolution is spices matter. The basic spices, like the peppers or garlic were brought in Sudan by the Arab and Syrian traders and settlers, who established in Sudan, during the Turkish rule. Besides the spices, the Arabians also introduced some of the veggies and fruits that are used today in Sudan, but unknown in this country before these influences. Sudanese cuisine has various influences, but none of them is dominating the regional culinary cultures. Among these, there is the Egyptian cuisine, the Ethiopian and the Turkish one (meatballs, pastries and spices), but there are also numerous dishes that are specific to all Arabian nations. Khoodra Mafrooka (Meat with Spinach Sauce), Aseeda, Shiariya, Dama', Abrey, etc
Turkey followed by Christmas Pudding.
Sudan is in Northern Africa to the South of Egypt, West of Ethiopia, East of Chad, and Northeast of Uganda and Northwest of Kenya Sudan is located on the northern part… of Africa. It boarders South Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea , Red Sea and Egypt.
Answer When I lived in Chile, I ate empanadas pretty regularly. I like them with cheese inside, but they come with a lot of different things inside. I still make them h…ere in the States sometimes. They also serve a lot of sea food; with such a long coast, I think that makes sense. There are also "Mote con huesillo", "Pastel de choclo", "choripanes", "Churrrascos", "Humitas", "Charkikan", and "pantrucas" =)
Gravadlax is a traditional Norwegian food. It is thinly sliced salmon which is cured in Aquavit which is a potato liquer.
latkes, cholent , challah, kugelach, hummus, schug, falafel, halva, shakshuka, jachnun, channa, dal, shishlik, caponata, creamed Baccala, fried a…rtichoke hearts There are many traditional Jewish foods and they are different for different Jews (Ashkenazi, Sephardi, and Mizrachi). In additional to the foods listed above, traditional Ashkenazi foods include kugels, gefilte fish, stuffed cabbage (holishkes), tzimmes, brisket and more.
Fresh fruit and vegetables grow abundently on the Northern plains of Sudan and southern Sudan . the South is more prone to drought but freshly grown produce still account for …much of the local cuisine. Herisa is a vegetable stew often garnished with okra and sweet spices. Pluumata is a spicy mix of herbs, pickled vegetables and pasteurised goat's milk.
Khudra, Bamya, Aseeda, meats, beef, sheep, chicken,
Kedjenou is one of there foods but I'm not sure what the proper on is sorry :(
sea food and halal meat is thetraditional food of lakhadweep and tradional dress is lungi, kachi and trousers.
In South Sudan
Sudan is a country in North East Africa. It is the largest country by area on the African continent, although large parts of it are uninhabitable. It is also very cultral and …should be called Sudan and not the Sudan.
The mohaks food ARE cORN,SQUASH,FISH,DEER,ANTELOPE AND Im pretty sure bear so yeah :)
Traditional foods are foods that are unique to a certain culture, such as sushi for Japan, and spicy crayfish dishes for Louisiana.