Le Me Tsolola refers to a traditional Comoros stew made of fried fish and meat with green bananas in a sauce of onions, tomatoes and coconut milk. Le Me Tsolola is usually served with rice. Comoros is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, located off the eastern coast of Africa on the northern end of the Mozambique Channel between northern Madagascar and northeastern Mozambique. Comorian is a Bantu language that looks like, but is not related to, Swahili; each island has its own way of speaking it. The language contains many words of Arabic and French origin. All Comorians receive a Koranic education and learn to write their language in Arabic characters. Formal education is given in French, hence many of its traditional food has a French name.

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