Madagascar Street Food!!! Super RARE Malagasy Village Food!

Madagascar Street Food!!! Super RARE Malagasy Village Food!

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1. TSENA’NY TANTSAHA TALATAMATY: Rice Porridge + Chinese Noodle Soup
ADDRESS: Talatamaty City
OPEN: 3AM – 7AM (or whenever the police shut it down)

Four miles outside of Madagascar’s capital city, Antananarivo, lies Talatamaty City. Talatamaty City is home to one of the country’s largest local morning markets, Tsena’ny Tantsaha. Sellers open up shop at 3am, selling everything from produce to fabrics. And lucky for us, the market has no shortage of food to try as well.

?RICE PORRIDGE: Zebu (Malagasy cattle) and sausage are mixed with leaves, ginger, special Malagasy rice, porridge and spices.

?CHINESE NOODLE DISH: Pasta, macaroni, potato, mayonnaise and zebu skin.
2. TALATA VOLON’ONDRY: Sausage + Koba
ADDRESS: Talata Volon’ondry
OPEN: Varies

Talata Volon’ondry is a village located just outside of Antananarivo. The village is known for producing sausage and Madagascar’s national snack, koba.

?SAUSAGE: There are typically two types of sausage being sold – zebu sausage and a halal style potato sausage. This snack is frequently accompanied by local rum.

??KOBA: Lay out banana leaf spines with banana leaves on top. Add a layer of rice flour to prevent the koba mixture from sticking to the banana leaves. Then add the koba mixture, a combination of crushed raw peanuts and sugar. Wrap it all up in the banana leaves and allow it to cook in a bit of water for 3 days.

Koba is beloved across Madagascar, primarily sold on the street or to people in their cars as they drive through a city. The fuel from the ingredients gives people energy and helps them stay full even when walking long distances without and source of food along the way.
?PRICE: Sausage .14 USD/500 MGA | Koba .50 USD/1,756 MGA
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  • Ace fajarito on February 14, 2020

    I recommend my channel for HEALTHY life..

  • Mel Browning on February 14, 2020

    Wonder if this guy has ever seen monsters inside me ?

  • Hindustani Singh on February 14, 2020

    Is the place is safe because recently I got one job from there

  • Raisa Mazhar on February 14, 2020
    Please watch and subscribe

  • Donald Rayven on February 14, 2020

    I adore them sir. They are nice people and they smile alot.

  • Awan Skunk on February 14, 2020

    Kulturnya org madagaskar sama org indo hampir mirip ya.

  • Dead Meme on February 14, 2020

    That guys full of shit
    "That chlorophyll flavor"

    Also 8:10

  • lyon jogador on February 14, 2020
  • Stephen harris on February 14, 2020

    its obvious when I see videos like this from other cultures of the black race, they must love to f–k, because most of the women that you will see seem to have a" chap" /baby, or many of them hanging off of them, which in America = a paycheck for each one child for the carrer minded. would someone please prescribe them girls birth control

  • Tiburce Pena on February 14, 2020

    i think you try north sentinel island..they got nice food

  • Jio on February 14, 2020

    The rice porridge is so similar to Filipino ‘lugaw’ or ‘goto’

  • zhen liu on February 14, 2020


  • gunfuego on February 14, 2020

    That kuba sounds amazing….

  • Yafim Ilberez on February 14, 2020

    I don’t know about anybody else but that Kubaa looks like wood

  • esox lucius on February 14, 2020

    Bonjour alors juste une question quel est ce produit alimentaire en gros rouleau ? Cela m'intéresse étant cuisinier de métier j'espère que quelqu'un pour me traduire merci beaucoup!

  • javier torres on February 14, 2020

    What a horrible country. Look at the Prison in Madagascar video on you tube. Awful.

  • Guruji Yogananda on February 14, 2020

    Looks like an unfortunate American leg?

  • The Demon on February 14, 2020

    In the USA it’s illegal to seal food in an unsanitized area, like you haft to cook it in a clean grill and make sure it is not placed on dirt surfaces, that looks pretty unsanitized, don’t get me wrong I wanna go to Madagascar really bad, I just am curious if the food is being cooked in a sanitized way?

  • ninny65 on February 14, 2020

    Cringiest white guy ever

  • jacksparrowismydaddy on February 14, 2020

    I wanna try Kuba so bad now

  • jacksparrowismydaddy on February 14, 2020

    when you do the bird's eye view, the village looks like a rainbow

  • Yudha Gendhon on February 14, 2020

    Some of them is wong jowo.Javanese people.

  • The Trolling BOB on February 14, 2020

    "is it safe to eat?"
    "you never know"

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