- From Bantu. (Wiktionary)
“Bananas for cooking, commonly known as matoke, are gaining popularity in the UK and U.S., which have large populations of Ugandans in the Diaspora.”
“Outside, under the flame trees, women sipping milky tea shelled beans and sold Nile Perch broth or a peanut sauce to go with a starchy-green banana mush called matoke.”
“You won't starve on matoke, I'm told, but you certainly won't thrive.”
“Rachel cooked me a delicious lunch of matoke (friend plantain), rice, and beans.”
“Thought I'd really immerse myself in the culture of the town .... spent most of my time eating a heady mix of cashew nuts, grilled matoke (plaintains, raw banana) and having some serengeti beer.”
“Steamed matoke (vegetarian), side dishes, tropical fruits.”
“She was so kind and sweet, showing wonderful hospitality, brough out like 9 different dishes - matoke (boiled plantains), "Irish" (white potatoes), rice, 2 different kinds of greens, vegetables, noodles, and so on.”
“LINKED A boy carrying matoke, a bananalike fruit that is a staple in Uganda.”
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