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Western, Asian and African Foods are available at most hotels and restaurants. Most hotels serve Gambian food and the recommended dishes include

 
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Yassa

This dish is made with chicken or fish.The delicious tangy flavouris mostly as a result of the use of fresh lemons to make the Yassa Sauce; a huge favorite in this part of the world and definitely a recommendation for one to try. Ingredients used in making Yassa are whole chicken or fish, salt and pepper, onion, clove garlic, mustard, chilli sauce and lime juice.

Yassa

Benachin

Known as Gambian cuisine, originated from the Wolof people and is characterized by its one-pot cooking method. It is a beloved African dish that can be prepared with a variety of ingredients, similar to a risotto made with lady fish. Alternatively, it can be made using beef, lamb, or mutton. It is recommended to always include fresh herbs to enhance the flavor of the dish. The preparation time for this dish is approximately one hour. The ingredients used in its preparation include fish or meat, lemon juice, basil leaves, aubergine, freshly chopped parsley, small to medium-sized onions, fresh chili, fresh tomatoes, pumpkin, carrot, medium-sized cabbage, vegetable oil, water, and tomato paste. The addition of tomato paste gives the dish a red color, while omitting it results in a white color.

Domoda

Domoda is a traditional Mandinka delicacy prepared using peanut butter as its key ingredient. The name itself signifies the act of eating (“Domo”) from a stew pot (“Da”). What sets this delectable and savory dish apart is the rich and distinctive flavor derived from the concentrated peanut paste. Domoda can be made with a variety of proteins such as meat, beef, or fish, complemented by an array of vegetables. This dish not only satisfies the taste buds but also provides a significant protein content, making it highly nutritious. The essential ingredients for Domoda include salt, small to medium-sized onions, fresh tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, medium-sized cabbage, peanut paste, tomato paste, lemon juice, and stock cubes.

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