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from: Eastern Africa | cooking method: deep frying

Mandazi

Mandazi (or Maandazi, also called Mahamri or Mamri) are East African fried breads similar to doughnuts (donuts) popular in the coastal Swahili areas of Kenya and Tanzania and popular "upcountry". They are eaten with tea or coffee for breakfast, for a snack anytime, and with the main course for lunch or dinner. They are not as sweet as U.S. style doughnuts and do not have a sugar glaze or icing.

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