Ramadan 1433: Madagascar

No, not the movie.

Madagascar has about 7% Muslim population so it was hard for them to find Islamic architecture. We discovered also that their food is pretty simple, that I was almost scoffing when S said she will cook a Malagasy dish consisting of chicken, garlic and ginger. I thought she was taking the easy way out, but she was serious and when I checked it, it really is a Malagasy dish! It smells and tastes good though. We dressed it up though…I couldn’t help it. It’s called Akoho Misy Sakamalao. We had it for iftar.

Ginger and Garlic Madagascar Chicken before it was dressed up

 

After we dressed it up. The lighting wasn’t too good because it was very close to iftar time and the sun was on the verge of dipping below the horizon.

 

Their PPT presentation on Islam in Madagascar.

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