Boko-boko, Boku-boku (Burundian)
Boko Boko is the national dish of Burundi. It is a sort of porridge made from shredded meat, bulghur wheat or cracked wheat (as is used in Tabbouleh), and spices. Some versions are flavored with sugar or honey and milk; other versions use lemon juice. In Africa it is most popular among Swahili people of Arab ancestry. Harees was brought to Eastern Africa hundreds of years ago by Arab settlers; it is still a popular dish in the Middle East.
Created Nov. 13, 2018 by: ClaudioRoman
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