Cuisine in Djibouti

Video Transcript

“The local food is actually very austere, or rustic. It comes from the lack of, stems from the lack of resources. So they have fish, so fishing is a very important part of Djiboutian resources. A lot of fish. They don’t really accommodate, they have a little bit of Indian spices. It’s a cultural combination of Indian, Yemeni, and Somali food. But the basic is fish, lamb, rice, peanuts, and milk, goat milk.”

In this video, a Djiboutian expert discusses the cuisine of Djibouti.