Chad Foods and Culture
Khai Corley 4A
Traditions And Religion
The biggest religion in Chad is Muslim. The main reason most of the foods and recipes eaten there don't have pork is because Muslims don't eat pork because it is against there religion.So instead of pork most recipes use fish of beef. The main crop used in Chad are beans because they can grow in the warm weather and withstand all of the rain
The major holiday in chad is independence day and on the day they all eat there native dish of Chadian cuisine
The small seeds to the right are called 'SimSim" and have an excellent roasted flavor. You eat them by the handful. Simsim, fool, fool sudanee, and many other types of nuts are purchased from walking vendors or at the market, for a marginal cost. They are sold in small see-through plastic bags, and are often bundled in a variety pack.
The soft, doughy bread on the rim of the tray is "qissar." The meat dip in the bowl is "mula sharmoot." The dish is eaten by tearing off a piece of the bread and dipping it in the meat sauce.
consists of an outer shell that, when broken off, reveals a hard ball covered in a powder. Aradib is eaten by sucking the powder off of the hard inner core, and then discharging the remnants. Aradib has a wonderful cherry flavor, and it is much like sucking on candy. The Chadian Arabic word "booboo" means monkey, and these delicacies are supposedly a favorite of the Chadian monkey.