Madagascar Street Food!!! Super RARE Malagasy Village Food!
🎥Full Madagascar Playlist: http://bit.ly/BestEverMadagascar🇲🇬GO ON YOUR TOUR OF MADAGASCAR! » http://bit.ly/Ramartour👕GET YOUR BEST EVER MERCH! » http://bit.ly/BEFRSMerch💗SUPPORT OUR MISSION » http://bit.ly/BestEverPatreon🛵Learn more about Onetrip’s Vietnam tours » http://bit.ly/BEFRSOnetripSpecial thanks to Joel and Ramartour Madagascar for helping us capture the undiscovered parts of Madagascar. Go on your own tour of Madagascar with Ramartour: http://bit.ly/Ramartour and follow them on Instagram for more Madagascar info: @ramartour_madagascar - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -» THE TRADITIONAL FOOD IN MADAGASCAR1. TSENA’NY TANTSAHA TALATAMATY: Rice Porridge + Chinese Noodle SoupADDRESS: 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 + KobaADDRESS: 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- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -💬COME SAY HI:INSTAGRAM » http://bit.ly/BestEverInstagram (@besteverfoodreviewshow)FACEBOOK » http://bit.ly/BEFRSFacebook💗SUPPORT OUR MISSION:Patreon is a platform that allows people to support creators on a recurring basis. Your contribution is an investment in the creative freedom of my channel and enables me to keep my content authentic and uninterrupted. Your generous donation allows me the time and resources to create more videos for you. We also have some pretty sweet rewards, exclusive to Patreon Bestys. » http://bit.ly/BestEverPatreon🥒ABOUT BEFRS:Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.Don’t forget to subscribe to Best Ever Food Review Show, so we can connect through food and travel and become Bestys!- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -🎬CREDITS:DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY » Bret HamiltonCAMERA OPERATOR » Nguyễn Tân KhảiVIDEO EDITOR » Lê Anh ĐỗCOLOR & MASTER » Quí NguyễnPRODUCER » Liz PetersonFor business inquiries, please email: [email protected]