Ibiharage refers to fried beans. To make Ibiharage, cooked white beans are fried in oil with onions and garlic, and salt, pepper and chili to taste. Ibiharage is served as a side dish. This is a traditional recipe from the central African nations of Rwanda and Burundi.

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